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SEC To Vote On Controversial Fund Liquidity Rules

It was a year ago when SEC commissioners proposed liquidity management rules for mutual funds. In just two days (Oct. 13), it will finally come to a vote, and some big fund managers could find themselves dealing with new regulations intended to ensure they can meet redemption demands during a market selloff.
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