MMX 2013 Well-Timed for Money-Fund Industry Issues

MMX 2013 Well-Timed for Money-Fund Industry Issues

WESTBOROUGH, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Money-Market Expo 2013, being presented by iMoneyNet, an Informa company, from March 11-13 at the Hilton Orlando in Florida, allows fund providers and corporate investors to join and discuss "challenging times in the money markets" just as federal regulators consider additional reshaping of money-fund rules.

An impressive list of speakers, including regulators, industry professionals, and corporate treasurers, will address uncertainties affecting the money-market mutual fund industry, from possible regulatory actions to come this spring to the expected continuance of ultralow interest rates into at least mid-2015.


The opening day of the 15th annual edition of MMX features an Investors' Summit keynote address, "Money-Market Funds: Lessons from Five-Plus Years," to be delivered by Brian Reid, chief economist of the Investment Company Institute. Reid will translate lessons learned during recent years of "intensive work" on MMFs to new regulations being prepared by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Commissioner Troy Paredes of the Securities and Exchange Commission ("Dodd-Frank and the Future of Securities Regulation") and Andrew Linton, executive director and head of Product Development for the J.P. Morgan Global Liquidity Group ("Headwinds & Highlights: The State of the Money-Fund Business") are scheduled to lead off MMX-Day 2 as keynoters.

Debbie Cunningham, executive vice president, chief investment officer and senior portfolio manager at Federated Investors, begins MMX-Day 3 with a keynote presentation titled "Money-Market Matters."

Other featured speakers scheduled to participate represent the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, major credit-rating agencies, several government-sponsored enterprises, and the London-based Institutional Money Market Funds Association.

About iMoneyNet

iMoneyNet, an Informa business, delivers "must-have" information about U.S. - and non-U.S.-based money-market mutual funds, ultrashort bond funds and other "enhanced-cash" products.

iMoneyNet has published Money Fund Report®, an industry-leading weekly newsletter since 1975. iMoneyNet's other unrivaled money-fund products include Money Fund Analyzer™ , Offshore Money Fund Analyzer™, Money Fund Monitor™, Offshore Money Fund Report Daily™,Money Market Insight™, Rated Money Fund Report™,Money Fund Expense Report™,Offshore Money Fund Report™,IMMFA Money Fund Report™, Enhanced Cash Report™ and Cash Manager Report™. iMoneyNet also provides client portfolio managers, marketers and analysts with customized comparative data regarding funds' performance, assets, expenses and portfolio holdings down to the issuer level.

The iMoneyNet Money Fund Averages™, licensed for use by financial institutions, are the most widely-used short-term cash benchmarks in the industry. Investors may view them and check individual fund performance via updates carried by Barrons.com, Dow Jones, Bloomberg News, Reuters, and Associated Press, etc., as well as through iMoneyNet-supplied tables syndicated to major newspapers and leading personal-finance magazines. Lists of top-yielding retail and institutional funds are posted weekly on www.imoneynet.com.

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