Chicago, Illinois, November 12, 2021 – Cabrera Capital Markets (“CCM”) announced today three new Cabrera Capital Markets Share Classes on money market funds offered by BlackRock Global Cash Management, expanding our cash management solutions offeringsfor ourinstitutional clients. The share classes, backed by BlackRock’s leading cash management platform, are BlackRock Liquid Federal Trust Fund (CCMXX), BlackRock Liquid Environmentally Aware Fund (CCLXX) and TempFund (CCPXX).
Through this partnership, Cabrera’s institutional clients now have access to expanded offerings of cash management solutions which emphasize environmental considerations (through the BlackRock Liquid Environmentally Aware Fund) and positive social outcomes through education (through the BlackRock Liquid Federal Trust Fund), all while seeking to conserve principal and liquidity.
“BlackRock has long-standing relationships with diverse, women-owned and veteran-owned brokerdealers, and we’re proud to have been able to contribute to the business growth of this community over the past ten years,”said Tom Callahan, Global Head of BlackRock Cash Management. “Now, both Cabrera Capital Markets and BlackRock will be working side by side to drive positive outcomes through the distribution of our unique fund suite, while providing world class liquidity solutions for our mutual clients.”
The Cabrera Capital Markets Share Classes bring together the sustainable investment principles and cash solutions expertise of BlackRock coupled with the opportunity to invest with a certified minority-owned business (MBE) with deep history such as Cabrera.
“This partnership with BlackRock serves to expand the long relationship of our firms with each other and grow into the cash solutions space together,”said Martin Cabrera, Chief Executive Officer, and founder of Cabrera Capital Markets. “As a result, our clients will benefit with access to cash solutions that balance ESG considerations, impact through investment in a minority-owned firm and the scale and expertise of BlackRock’s cash management business.”