Liquidity Risk Management: Associations Want Proposed Rules Revised

Major securities industry associations want the SEC to slow down and revisit their proposed rules to manage liquidity risk. While they support the general principle of regulating liquidity risk, they find specific elements of the proposed rules problematic, among them how funds should classify such risks, a requirement that funds maintain a three-day minimum liquidity amount, and a swing pricing option.
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