Crane Data is now busy preparing for its 5th Annual European Money Fund Symposium, the largest money market fund event in Europe, which will be held Sept. 25-26 in Paris, France. With just over 2 months to go, we're urging European money fund professionals to make hotel reservations ASAP and to register soon. See the latest agenda here, see hotel information here, and click here to register. Last year's event in London attracted 120 attendees, sponsors and speakers -- our largest European event ever. Given pending new money fund regulations in Europe and possible plans for "repatriation" of assets, we expect our first show on the Continent in Paris to attract even more interest this year. "European Money Fund Symposium offers European, Asian and "offshore" money market portfolio managers, investors, issuers, dealers and service providers a concentrated and affordable educational experience, as well as an excellent and informal networking venue," says Crane Data President Peter Crane. "Our mission is to deliver the best possible conference content at an affordable price to money market fund professionals," he added. EMFS will be held at the Renaissance Paris La Defense hotel. Book your hotel room before Monday, August 1, and receive the discounted room rate of E224. Registration for our 2017 Crane's European Money Fund Symposium is $1,000 (USD or Euro). Visit www.euromfs.com to register or contact us to request the PDF brochure, or for Sponsorship pricing and info, and for more details. We hope to see you in Paris this September! Finally, thanks to those who attended our big show, last month's Money Fund Symposium in Atlanta. Next year's event will be June 25-27, 2018, in Pittsburgh, Pa. Watch our site or visit www.cranesmfsymposium.com for details in coming months. Also, our next Money Fund University "basic training" event will take place Jan. 18-19, 2018, in Boston, and our next Bond Fund Symposium will be held March 22-23, 2018, in Los Angeles, Calif.

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