ATLANTA — Government Finance Officers Association members are scheduled to vote this morning on a policy statement calling on the Securities and Exchange Commission to maintain a stable, $1.00 net asset value per share of money market funds and to scrap plans to consider a floating NAV.

If approved by the portion of the 17,000 members who are attending their annual conference here, GFOA would become the latest market group to warn against possible changes to the SEC’s Rule 2a-7 that would require the price of fund shares to float.

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