The Fund

Established on July 6, 1984 by the California State Legislature, the Self-Insurers’ Security Fund is a non-profit organization responsible for managing the shared liabilities of workers’ compensation claims arising from companies become insolvent.

Investment Policy

It is the policy of the Security Fund to invest its financial assets in a manner which will provide the highest investment return with the maximum security while meeting the daily cash flow demands of the Fund.

The primary objective of the Security Fund’s investment policy is to generate investment income and modest growth of principal while avoiding excessive risk. The secondary objective is to maintain liquidity sufficient to meet cash flow projections.

The Security Fund’s target investment allocations, which may fluctuate, are 60 percent for fixed income assets, 35 percent for equities and 5 percent for cash and other equivalents.