NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz will be one of the panelists on an SECroundtable on how the potential for money market funds may pose asystemic risk to broader financial markets.

The roundtablewill take place today at 2:00 p.m. ET and will discuss what makesmoney market funds vulnerable to runs and how the role of moneymarket funds should be viewed through the prism of systemic riskanalysis, the SEC said.

Possible options for further regulatory reform and theirimplications including floating net asset value, bank regulationand options that reflect a hybrid of these regulatory approachessuch as private liquidity bank, mandatory reserve or capitalrequirements and liquidity fees will also be discussed, accordingto the SEC.

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