Paul Schott Stevens, president and chief executive officer of the Investment Company Institute, gave his perspectives on money market reforms today in front of the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs in Washington, DC.

Stevens, who pulled no punches in delivering his testimony, said that the Securities and Exchange Commission’s misperceptions that money market funds are susceptible to runs and that the government can’t bail out these funds in a future crisis “are based in myths”.

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