Another day, another expansion of the Money Market Mutual Fund Liquidity Facility (the “Facility”) from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (“FRBB”). As before, I’ve updated my original post to conform to the current program. There is now a website with a full set of documents, so I’ve updated the link to that website. The
Yesterday I posted a summary of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Money Market Mutual Fund Liquidity Facility (the “Facility”). Today it expanded the Facility to include tax exempt money market funds and municipal securities. Rather than write a separate post, I updated my original post so all the information is in one place and up to date. The blog editor does not have search functions, so forgive me if I haven’t removed every reference to “Prime” or inserted “Muni” in every appropriate spot.
A favorite client has also furnished me with a companion no-action letter obtained by the Investment Company Institute (“ICI”). I cannot link to the letter because I have not found it on either the SEC’s or ICI’s website. The letter is summarized below.
Continue Reading Update on Money Market Mutual Fund Liquidity Facility & Related No-Action Letter
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (“FRBB”) has established a new Money Market Mutual Fund Liquidity Facility. (I’m not sure what acronym to use here; “mmm … Fund Liquidity” would work. Let’s just call it the “Facility.”) The Facility opened on March 23, 2020. This post summarizes the significant terms of the Facility and suggests an idea for fund boards to consider.
Continue Reading Information on the Prime and Tax Exempt Money Market Fund Liquidity Facility (Updated 3/23)