Several fund companies have recently sought inter-fund lending agreements that could serve as backups for any problems arising from Y2K computer problems.

Fund companies have broader concerns than just Y2K when establishing inter-fund lending programs, said Burton Greenwald, a consultant for mutual fund firms in Philadelphia. But, inter-fund lending programs ideally would be in place before the end of the year so that they can provide backup, if needed, he said.

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