Council of the EU set to agree on money market fund reform

Amendments and deadline extension spark relief among end-users

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Star turn: the reforms would primarily affect institutional money market funds

The European Union's proposals for reforming the regulation of money market funds (MMFs) look set to take a big step forward this week, when the Council of the EU is due to approve a compromise text without discussion. Permanent representatives to its economic and financial affairs committee could announce the deal as early as tomorrow (Wednesday). The council has been struggling to reach agreement since the European Commission first presented the reforms in September 2013.

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