Experts question SEC's idea of floating NAV

04/30/2013 | Securities Technology Monitor

The Securities and Exchange Commission is considering floating the net asset value of a share in a money fund. However, experts are concerned that the move would affect the maintenance of customer accounts. The float would mean that a fund would have to record every move into or out of a bond or equity fund as an individual trade.

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