Bankers who manage money market mutual funds are troubled by a new Securities and Exchange Commission proposal that would required detailed disclosure of the securities in those portfolios.

Several bankers contacted expressed concern that the new proposal would burden them with needless record keeping without really making those funds any safer for customers. At the same time, they said that their fund complexes would be obliged to pass on the added costs of regulatory compliance to investors.

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