SEC May Propose New Money Fund Rules in June, Chairman Says

The Securities and Exchange Commission may propose rules as early as next month to boost the credit quality and shorten the maturity of eligible money-market fund investments, Chairman Mary Schapiro told the Mutual Fund Directors Forum. The SEC may also propose rules that would raise funds' capital requirements to ensure that they have enough cash to meet investor redemptions.

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