Enhanced money market fund regulation, in the form of an amendment to Rule 2a-7of the Investment Company Act of 1940, is due to come into effect in 2016. With less than a year to go until the more structural changes are implemented, it is time to consider the details of how these changes will impact institutional investors in prime money market funds.
We believe that money market fund investors should use the remaining time to understand the changes and how they will impact their cash investment strategies from October 2016 onwards.
Join the HSBC Global Asset Management Liquidity team on the afternoon of December 16th, after the US Federal Reserve concludes its news conference on whether it will indeed raise US interest rates.
The team will discuss both the text and the subtext of the Fed decision, detailing some of the immediate consequences of the decision and how it may impact US money market rates out through 2016.
With the US Federal Reserve set to decide on September 17 whether or not to raise US interest rates, please join HSBC Global Asset Management's Liquidity team as they share their reaction to the Federal Reserve's announcement.
The Liquidity team will share their reactions to the September US Federal Reserve announcement and the impact it may have on US money market rates for the remainder of 2015 and looking ahead to 2016 as well as answering questions from webinar attendees.
Heidi Byant-Simpson - Global Head of Liquidity Marketing
Heidi Bryant-Simpson – Jefa de Global Client Propositions, Liquidez, habla de nuestra filosofía de inversión y nuestros técnicos en fondos de liquidez, en diversos mercados desarrollados y emergentes de todo el mundo.
Spanish Translation of Your strategic partner for cash investment solutions
John Chiodi, CIO Liquidity, Americas; Olivier Gayno, CIO Wealth & EMEA Liquidity & Mark Pollack, Institutional Sales
Join us for another installment of our Liquidity Roundtable featuring Deputy CIO, Liquidity for North America, John Chiodi as we cover the recent liqudity environment including when the Fed may raise Short term rates and US money market reforms.