In the Margins

SEC hacking fears delay fund disclosure requirement

December 11, 2017

By The Wall Street Journal

Mutual funds will get a nine-month reprieve from sending detailed portfolio information to the Securities and Exchange Commission as the government reviews how to ensure the valuable data isn’t hacked. The regulator said Friday that mutual funds won’t have to send forms starting July 2018 that would reveal their positions in stocks, bonds and derivatives as well as monthly performance. Read the original story from The Wall Street Journal.



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