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Pre-2014 Reforms

FSOC Recommendations, 2013

Established by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) is an interagency body created with the mission of identifying and responding to risks to US financial stability.

In November 2012, the FSOC recommended that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proceed with money market fund reform, offering a set of recommended proposals for comment. This page presents resources relating to this FSOC action.

ICI Statements, Comments, and Testimony

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News Release

Temporary Liquidity Gates, Fees Concept Only Viable FSOC Option for Prime Money Market Funds

Temporary Liquidity Gates, Fees Concept Only Viable FSOC Option for Prime Money Market Funds ICI...
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Video

Focus on Funds: FSOC’s Flawed Money Market Fund Proposals

Focus on Funds FSOC’s Flawed Money Market Fund Proposals The January 25, 2013, issue of Focus on...
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Comment Letter

ICI Comments on FSOC's Proposed Recommendations for Money Market Fund Reform (pdf)

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News Release

ICI and Money Market Working Group Statements on FSOC Action on Money Market Fund Regulation

Today, the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) met to discuss money market fund regulation...
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ICI Viewpoints

The FSOC Fails to Advance the Debate

ICI President and CEO Paul Schott Stevens issued the following response to today’s meeting of the...