SEC Examines Mutual Fund Leveraged Investments
Mutual funds that trade in leveraged loans or risky loans of all types have become popular since the 2008 financial crisis, with investors seeking higher-yielding loan products.
Potential risks under those mutual funds frequently include redemption delays. That risk especially is pronounced during turbulent times.
The SEC's position is that leveraged-loan funds need to have clear disclosures so that investors know exactly what they are investing in. The regulator is concerned that those risk disclosure are not sufficiently explicit.
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