IOSCO and FSB recommend additional money market fund reform
The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), an international organisation of securities regulators, recently published its Policy Recommendations for MoneyMarket Funds. IOSCO outlined 15 recommendations that seek to provide common standards for the regulation of money market funds across jurisdictions and to augment existing regulatory frameworks.
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