Distressed Debt Could Be Bad Fit for Some Funds, Regulator Says

  • SEC's Grim: Some assets might be too illiquid to hold
  • He emphasizes commission's support for enhanced liquidity

The top U.S. regulator of mutual funds said the failure of a high-yield mutual fund in December suggests that some assets may be too illiquid to be held in large amounts in traditional funds.

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