Yale warns on ‘nanny’ reforms

Subjecting money market funds to a bank-like regulatory structure would disrupt the short-term money market and increase systematic risk according to this Yale Law School paper. While risk-limiting reforms are important to ensure the continued safety and security of MMFs, this paper argues major revisions such as the floating NAV requirement or bank-like regulation would destabilise an industry that has been remarkably stable.

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