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The much-anticipated reform that will apply to Money Market Funds domiciled, managed or marketed in the European Union has been published in the Official Journal of the European Union. This initiates the countdown towards the implementation deadline.
Kathleen Hughes, Global Head of Liquidity Solutions Sales and European Head of Institutional Sales and Jason Granet, Deputy Head of Liquidity Solutions in Goldman Sachs Asset Management discuss the timeline for implementation of the regulation, key provisions of the text for money market funds and the impact to investors.
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