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Research and Statistics
Money Market Funds
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Purpose of this Site
EFAMA has created the EFAMA Web Site as part of its efforts to improve public awareness and understanding of the investment funds industry and the policy issues that affect it.
The EFAMA Web Site also provides as an on-going interactive process other basic information about the investment funds industry in Europe. The site’s perceived target audience is very varied, ranging from individuals seeking a better understanding of investment funds, to public authorities at national and European level as well as professionals from within the industry. The aim is to provide in a single area a wide selection of investment funds’ oriented information such as European legislation and regulation, aggregate statistical data, a cross-section of relevant (internal and external) research material, studies and reports from private and public bodies as well as educational pages.
Please note that this site is not intended to address questions about individual investments or to give professional or legal advice. If you are seeking such information, please contact directly investment fund sponsors, their bank or financial adviser or any other financial or otherwise suitably qualified professional.
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While our goal is to keep this information timely and accurate, EFAMA cannot accept any responsibility or liability with regard to the material on this site. If errors are brought to our attention, we will try to correct them. EFAMA reserves the right to amend, add, or remove any or all of the pages, or content thereof, on its web site without prior notice.
EFAMA does not accept any responsibility or liability with respect to linked external sites over which it has no control.
EFAMA cannot guarantee that a document available online exactly reproduces an officially adopted text; for instance, only European Union legislation published in the paper editions of the Official Journal of the European Communities is deemed authentic.
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. efama.org as the URL.
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