The SEC staff has made available as a supplement to its June 2013 money market fund reform proposal (discussed in the June 11, 2013 Financial Services Alert) the following analyses of data and academic literature related to money market fund reform conducted by the staff of the SEC’s Division of Economic and Risk Analysis:
- Analysis of Liquidity Cost During Crisis Periods
- Analysis of Government Money Market Fund Exposure to Non-Government Securities
- Analysis of Municipal Money Market Funds Exposure to Parents of Guarantors
- Analysis of Demand and Supply of Safe Assets in the Economy
The analyses are being made available for public consideration in connection with the money market fund reform proposal. Comments on the analyses may be submitted on or before April 23, 2014 to the comment file for the money market reform proposal. The press release announcing the availability of the analyses noted that the SEC or its staff may make available additional studies, memoranda, or other substantive items during the rulemaking.