In the Margins

SEC liquidity proposal is work in progress

October 14, 2015

By Morningstar

The Securities and Exchange Commission's latest proposal aimed at improving mutual fund reporting was last month's "liquidity risk management" proposal. It covers both traditional mutual funds and exchange-traded funds and contains both pros and cons. Morningstar's John Rekenthaler examines and provides his thoughts on the highlights of the proposal. Read the original article from Morningstar

 

 

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