Money Funds: Far Too Big For Regulators to Ignore

Kacperczyk, Marcin; Schnabl, Philipp
April 2010
Money Management Executive;4/19/2010, Vol. 18 Issue 16, p3
The author focuses on the condition of the money market funds and the move of several regulators in the U.S. Senator Chris Dodd mentions the move of the regulators as well as their regulatory reform proposal for the money market funds in the country. Moreover, the said proposal was initiated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).


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