Some mutual fund firms are taking steps that will make it easier for them to respond in the event of significant shareholder redemptions.

Three fund groups this month have disclosed plans that will make it easier for their funds to borrow if necessary to pay shareholders that redeem their holdings. The lending arrangements run the gamut from simply increasing the amount of money a fund can borrow to permitting one fund to borrow from another within the same fund complex.

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