SEC proposes new fund valuation framework

By Michelle D'souza

The US Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed a new framework for funds to determine fair value for assets for which market quotations are not readily available, which it says will "improve valuation practices and thereby protecting investors and improving market efficiency, integrity and fairness"

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