IMF proposes reining in investment fund business models to quell market volatility

By Justin Pugsley
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Investment funds should have the scope of their business models reduced to boost the resilience of the financial system, the IMF said in a working paper, an approach which drew some criticism from the Investment Company Institute (ICI), a global association of regulated funds.

The IMF said reforms are needed ...

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