WASHINGTON--The Securities and Exchange Commission is set to meet Tuesady to address how to prevent runs on money market funds that could disrupt the $2.7 trillion market and the nation's financial system as a whole.The federal regulator will hold a roundtable involving industry experts, academics, other regulators and agencies making up the newly created Financial Stability Oversight Council at its headquarters at 2 p.m. Here is a list of participants.

They will look at various existing proposals, such as the liquidity emergency facility proposed by the Investment Company Institute, as well as liquidity buffers, capital requirements, floating net asset values and two-tier money market structures, among others, that have come since the release last year of a report by the President's Working Group on potential ways to create more stability and resiliency, in the face of financial crises.

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