(Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Asset Management, which supervises more than $1 trillion in assets, is starting two money market funds and making changes to two others to comply with stricter rules forfunds that offer a stable $1 net asset value.

The Goldman Sachs Investor Money Market Fund, the firm’s first retail fund under the new rules, will be sold to individuals only, allowing it to maintain a stable $1 share price, the bank’s asset-management unit said. The Goldman Sachs Financial Square Federal Instruments Fund will invest in government securities only and cater to investors seeking state-tax-exempt income.

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