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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission members may vote as soon as next month on a proposal to overhaul regulation of the $2.5 trillion money-market fund industry, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.

The SEC’s five commissioners are expected to receive a formal proposal next week prepared by staff in the agency’s investment management division, according to the person, who isn’t authorized to speak publicly about internal planning. Commissioners typically spend at least a month reviewing staff proposals before voting on them, the person said.

 

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