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Portfolio - Mutual Funds
Mutual Fund Industry Battles Back Against Reform Efforts
by: Donna Borak
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
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A third idea floated by the council was a minimum account balance at risk or other forms of holdbacks that could help to slow the rate of a run once it had been triggered. Such an approach, some in the industry argued, could introduce other complications, which would likely significantly reduce the demand of MMFs and potentially accelerate the risk of runs.

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