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Treasury Management Strategy

The Treasury Management Strategy Statement (TMS) sets out how the Council’s treasury service supports capital decisions, day to day treasury management and the limitations on activity through treasury prudential indicators. It includes the investment strategy which sets out the Council’s criteria for choosing investment counterparties and limiting exposure to the risk of loss.

The TMS should be read in conjunction with the Capital Investment Strategy

This includes capital plans which provide a guide to the borrowing need of the Council, essentially the longer-term cash flow planning, to ensure that the Council can meet its capital spending obligations.  

The TMS is presented to Cabinet annually in January. The latest version of the TMS for 2020-21 was presented to Cabinet on 21st January 2020 in the report 05/2020 and can be downloaded here.

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