To Float or Not to Float: How investment firms can cope with new SEC rules on Money Market Funds

Advantage: Investment Management (November 2014)

In July 2014, the Securities and Exchange (SEC) announced new rules for money market funds (MMFs) intended to prevent a repeat of the 2008 market meltdown when a sudden surge is withdrawals led one MMF to break the buck and fall below $1 Net Asset Value (NAV).

This article highlights the most significant changes in the SEC rules pertaining to MMFs, including:

This update also addresses how investment firms can find practical insight and best practices for:

Click here to read the November edition of Advantage: Investment Management.

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