Rule 2a-7 is one of the longest and most complicated regulations promulgated under the Investment Company Act. Reading the text of the rule may raise more questions than it answers. Interpreting Rule 2a-7 often requires an in-depth understanding of the history and purpose of the rule, as well as the structure and trading of money market instruments. The Investment Management Group is dedicated to developing a common understanding of Rule 2a-7 among money market fund managers and those who deal with money market funds.
Here you will find a wide range of materials to assist in-house attorneys, compliance officers, portfolio managers, investment analysts, traders, and others in understanding and interpreting Rule 2a-7. The materials range from quick-reference tables and charts, to in-depth analyses of specific provisions. These materials should provide the answers to any routine, and much non-routine, questions about Rule 2a-7. Specific questions include:
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