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Global Liquidity Team
Regulatory
Perspectives on the New European Union MMF Regulations
Global Liquidity Team
In this piece, we seek to provide investors with a helpful starting point for developing an approach for navigating MMF reform that best fits their organization.
 
 
 
 

Regulatory

The Debt Ceiling and Money Market Funds  

Sep 14, 2017 

Since March 15, 2017, the U.S. Government has been using extraordinary measures to remain under the debt ceiling. Recent estimates are that these measures are likely to be exhausted in the beginning of October. Learn how our money market funds are positioned in light of this possibility.
 
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Regulatory

Basel III: Impact on the Money Markets 

Sep 06, 2017 

Basel III—a set of comprehensive reform measures aimed at strengthening the regulation, supervision, and risk management of the banking sector—is having a profound impact on the way banks view capital and deposits from investors. The new regulations are being implemented gradually by 2019, but the effects of the provisions are already being felt in the market as banks have started to adapt their behavior in line with the new rules.
 
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Regulatory

Basel III: Overview 

Sep 06, 2017 

Originally released in 2010, Basel III focuses on preparing for bank runs and market stress while working primarily alongside Basel I and II rather than superseding those reforms.
 
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Regulatory

Perspectives on the New European Union MMF Regulations 

Jul 10, 2017 

In this piece, we seek to provide investors with a helpful starting point for developing an approach for navigating MMF reform that best fits their organization.
 
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Market

2016 Highlights: Outpacing the Industry 

Feb 01, 2017 

In the face of challenging global market conditions in 2016, MSIM Global Liquidity Solutions business significantly expanded our client relationships, AUM, and market share.
 
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