How to Invest
How to Invest
Important Message from PLGIT
As previously announced, PLGIT’s investment options have been simplified and the website has been updated to reflect these changes. If you have questions regarding your specific accounts, please contact your local PLGIT representative or the PLGIT Client Services Group at 800.572.1472.
2021 PLGIT WEBINAR SERIES
Please join PLGIT for the 2021 Educational Webinar Series. These sessions are all part of a big year for PLGIT – our 40th anniversary year. The main goal of the Webinar Series is to provide additional educational resources and to keep PLGIT Investors up-to-date on trends and best practices. For more information on upcoming topics and to access recordings of previous webinars, please visit the Educational Webinars page.
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Step 1. Determine your eligibility to join PLGIT.
PLGIT provides services to boroughs, townships, incorporated towns, school districts, cities, counties, municipal authorities, and other local governments in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. If you are unsure whether you qualify, complete this questionnaire and send it to us for evaluaton.
Step 2. Adopt a Resolution.
Membership in the Trust requires action – the adoption of a Resolution – by the governing body of each prospective investor. Due to the passage of Acts 80, 81, and 82 of 2019, which relate to the requirements of participating in intergovernmental cooperation, most PLGIT eligible entities should adopt a Resolution to become a member. If you have any question regarding the proper method of becoming a member of PLGIT, please consult with your Solicitor.
(Procedures may be slightly different for home rule municipalities, which should check their individual charters.)
See PLGIT’s Model Resolution (PDF) for guidance. A copy of the resolution must accompany your registration forms.
Step 3. Fill out our registration forms.
Complete the Account Application, New Investor Application (if this is your entity's first PLGIT account), Permissions Form, Contact Record, and complete a W-9 Form. If you desire check writing, please complete the Check writing Authorization Form and Check Order Form. Forward the completed forms with a copy of your resolution to:
Pennsylvania Local Government Investment Trust
P.O. Box 1027
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17108-1027
Or, fax them to PLGIT at 1-800-252-9551.
The Pennsylvania Local Government Investment Trust ("PLGIT") has entered into a Plan of Reorganization (the “Reorganization”) to consolidate certain portfolios and reorganize certain share classes. As a result of this Reorganization, effective August 1, 2020, the existing PLGIT/I-Class shares were renamed PLGIT/Reserve-Class shares. PLGIT/PLUS-Class shares merged into PLGIT/Reserve-Class shares. The PLGIT/ARM Portfolio merged into the PLGIT Portfolio, and PLGIT/ARM shareholders received PLGIT/Reserve-Class shares.
This information is for institutional investor use only, not for further distribution to retail investors, and does not represent an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any fund or other security. Investors should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses before investing in any of the Trust’s portfolios. This and other information about the Trust’s portfolios is available in the current Information Statement, which should be read carefully before investing. A copy of the Information Statement may be obtained by calling 1-800-572-1472 or is available on the Trust’s website at www.plgit.com. While the PLGIT and PLGIT/PRIME portfolios seek to maintain a stable net asset value of $1.00 per share and the PLGIT/TERM portfolio seeks to achieve a net asset value of $1.00 per share at its stated maturity, it is possible to lose money investing in the Trust. An investment in the Trust is not insured or guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency. Shares of the Trust’s portfolios are distributed by PFM Fund Distributors, Inc., member Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) (www.finra.org) and Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC) (www.sipc.org). PFM Fund Distributors, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of PFM Asset Management LLC.
A description of the PLGIT CD Purchase Program is contained in the PLGIT Information Statement. The Information Statement contains important information and should be read carefully before investing. Investors may purchase Certificates of Deposit through the PLGIT CD Purchase Program only by executing an investment advisory agreement with the Trust’s Investment Adviser, PFM Asset Management LLC.
SMPLGIT, PLGIT-Class Shares, PLGIT/Reserve-Class Shares, PLGIT/TERM, PLGIT-CD, PLGIT/PRIME, and PLGIT-CAP are service marks of the Pennsylvania Local Government Investment Trust.