A money market fund is an excellent short term investment option - and this white paper explains why.
Established in 2000, the Institutional Money Market Funds Association (IMMFA) is a European trade association whose members are promoters of triple-A rated Money Market Funds (MMFs).
The primary object of the fund is to step away from the inflexible requirements imposed by the ratings agencies on AAA-rated MMFs, mainly the 5% per issuer limit and restrictive speed duration limits.
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) has revised the capital adequacy guidelines, known as Basel III, with the key goal of strengthening global capital and liquidity regulations in order to promote a more resilient banking sector.
Taking a closer look at when to use a Separate Account, the benefits the come with these strategies and the operational considerations they entail.