The largest purveyor of money market mutual funds in the United States this month told the Financial Stability Oversight Council that no further reform of such funds is necessary.

And that the oversight council, set up after the credit crisis of 2008 to watch for risks to the national's financial industry, has not justified the need to carry out any of the recommendations it proposed in November.

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