The Securities and Exchange Commission last week unveiled its money market fund proposals that, in part, seem to have won the support of its biggest critic: the Investment Company Institute.

The SEC's proposal includes two principal alternative reforms that could be adopted alone or combined into one package. One alternative would require a floating net asset value for prime institutional money market funds. The other alternative would allow the use of liquidity fees and redemption gates in times of stress.

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