Due to credit rating agencies’ concerns over its exposure to subprime holdings in three of its money market funds, Legg Mason invested $100 million in one of them in October and procured $238 million in credit to support two others this month, Bloomberg reports, citing filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The investments fulfilled the rating agencies concerns and left the funds rated AAA/Aaa, said Legg Mason spokeswoman Mary Athredge.

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