International financial regulators, considering lessons learned from defusing systemic risks in the banking sector, have set their sights on similar risk tools to reduce the systemic risks associated with open-ended bond funds. An industry representative claims that such macroprudential tools won’t work as regulators don’t fully understand how fund management works. The markets, meanwhile, have little faith that regulators can effectively resolve this daunting conundrum.
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