Relief for EU money market funds on liquidity buffers

Final compromise regulation not expected to trigger large fund reallocations

Growth hopes: welcome easing of rules on weekly liquidity buffers

The EU money market fund (MMF) industry is reacting with relief to a final legislative compromise that should enable a smooth transition to a set of new, more regulated fund formats – and in particular an easing of rules on weekly liquidity buffers.

"We were pleased that the European institutions were able to agree a pragmatic approach to money market reform. The constant net asset value funds in particular face very tight regulation in the future, but we welcome this and believe the industry is

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