In my recent article on money market fund reforms, I observed:

The minimal credit risk determination for ABS [an Asset-Backed Security] should identify every entity on whose financial strength the fund will rely; the illiquid security determination should identify to whom the fund might sell the ABS in seven days. A fund may exclude any entity not so identified from further consideration as a potential guarantor of the ABS.

Wait a minute, writes a credit analyst:

There are important changes to Rule 2a-7, Form N-MFP and Form N-CR that go into effect on April 14, 2016, and have nothing to do with fees, gates, retail shareholders or floating NAVs. At this point, every fund should be prepared to submit revised procedures to its board of directors for review. If you’re running