The Basel III bank capital requirements proposed earlier this month threaten to eviscerate the supply of eligible investments for tax-free money market funds — an industry already struggling with a severe supply shortage.
Bankers and analysts have argued that the proposed capital requirements would make it more expensive for banks to guarantee municipal debt.
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