SEC Expects to Issue Fair Value Guidance In Summer

Hume, Lynn
February 2006
Bond Buyer;2/17/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32322, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the consideration of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to issue an interpretative guidance for mutual funds. It is intended to identify the fair value of the securities in the commission's portfolios. Delay on the pursuance of a guidance is due to the anticipation of the commission's officials on a lawsuit about the valuation of fund securities.


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