“A council of top financial regulators, upset with the Securities and Exchange Commission for failing to strengthen rules governing money market mutual funds since the financial crisis, is trying to force the S.E.C. to adopt stricter regulations.
The Financial Stability Oversight Council, a group of 10 regulators that includes the S.E.C. chairwoman, voted Tuesday to offer three distinct alternatives and said it would recommend one or a combination of those to the S.E.C. for adoption.”
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