WASHINGTON The Securities and Exchange Commission's long-awaited proposal to reform the money market mutual fund industry has left observers wondering whether the agency compromised too much in an effort to get a plan out the door.
Former SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro tried and failed to move a proposal forward last year due to objections from other commissioners on the agency's board. Her successor, Mary Jo White, succeeded Wednesday by winning unanimous support for a new plan.
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