The Investment Company Institute is on board with many government reforms intended to make money market funds more secure, but not all of them.

The Securities and Exchange Commission has turned its attention to money market funds since the Reserve Primary Fund, in the thick of the financial crisis, "broke the buck" in September of 2008, its net asset value spiraling down to 97 cents a share—and causing a multi-billion-dollar run on money funds.

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