In recent years, regulatory changes and investment guidelines have assisted in the tracking and diversification of money market fund risk. This has been supported by a stable net asset value (NAV) of $1 per share which continued to ensure a high degree of diligence and discipline within the money market industry.
Outlined in this section is an overview of Rule 2a-7 guidelines for money market funds and triple-A rating guidelines for money market funds. Please note that this is not a comprehensive review of all Rule 2a-7 and triple-A rated guidelines.
2a-7 Guidelines A brief overview of the latest amendments to Rule 2a-7 which are meant to strengthen the regulatory requirements governing money market funds.
Triple-A Guidelines A short description of what qualifies a money market fund as top-rated.
First- and Second-Tier Securities A quick overview on what type of first tier securities our Money Market Funds are invested in.
Rating Guidelines A brief outline how independent rating agencies help us determine the credit quality of each security.