Don’t Leave Your Property’s Investments to Chance
Streamline cash solutions that complement your investment policies – all without giving up return.
Property Management Frequently Asked Questions
Find your solution to your unique liquidity and interest rate needs by partnering with ADM. Download this FAQ PDF to answer some of the most common questions.
We aren’t a bank. We’re a cash management company that created Marketplace Banking™, giving you access to hundreds of Financial Institutions across the United States to get the most out of your funds. ADM has more than a decade of experience delivering results and exemplary service to our property management and HOA clients.
- Unlimited deposit protection*
- No counterparty or credit risk
- No transaction fees or redemption gates
- Over $6 billion in funds managed
- Exclusive network of over 500+ Financial Institutions nationwide
- Backed by the full faith and credit of the U. S. Government
Maintain the right balance of liquidity and return to meet your property’s needs.
About The American Deposit Management Co.
The American Deposit Management Co. is your source for industry-leading cash management and financial services dedicated to investing and servicing institutions around the country. Offices located in Wisconsin, Arizona, and Texas.
*Liquidity is on a next-business-day basis. Same-day purchase credit and next-day liquidity redemptions are subject to a 2:30 PM ET cut-off. Please read the Program Terms and Conditions for more complete information and the governing terms of the account (including liquidity, terms, etc.).
Money market accounts and certificates of deposit satisfy the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (FDIC) and National Credit Union Association (NCUA)’s requirements for agency pass-through deposit insurance coverage. Funds will be deployed to multiple, qualified insured depository institutions selected by ADM. Deposits to the AMMA (American Money Market Account) will be protected by deposit insurance, surety, private insurance, or collateral. Program and custodial banks are not affiliated with ADM and are not responsible for, and do not guarantee the products, services, or performance of third-party providers. ADM is not a member of the FDIC or NCUA, but the banks and credit unions where your money is deposited are FDIC and NCUA members. Upon approval, you must enter into an agency agreement with ADM before funds can be accepted for deposit.