Please join us next week for our latest virtual event, European Money Fund Symposium Online, which will take place Thursday, Nov. 19 from 10am-12pm Eastern (3-5pmGMT). Crane Data's Peter Crane will host a series of presentations and discussions on European and "offshore" money market mutual fund topics. Segments include: Money Funds in Ireland & European Regulations with Irish Funds' Patrick Rooney; a French & Continental Money Fund Update with Moody's Vanessa Robert, Fitch's Alastair Sewell and S&P's Emelyne Uchiyama; and a Major Issues in European MMFs panel with IMMFA's Veronica Iommi, J.P. Morgan Asset Management's Joe McConnell and Goldman Sachs Asset Management's James Vincent. The event is free to attendees. Also, register for our Money Fund Wisdom Demo & Training, which will take place Wednesday, Dec. 16 from 1pm-2pm ET and will feature a product tutorial and demo on our product "suite" Money Fund Wisdom and our Money Fund Intelligence products. While we're still unsure if we'll be able to resume in-person conferences in 2021, we're preparing nonetheless. Mark your calendars for our next Money Fund University, scheduled (virtually) for the afternoons of Jan. 21-22, 2021, and our next Bond Fund Symposium , scheduled for March 25-26, 2021, in Newport Beach, Calif. (or online). Our "big show," Money Fund Symposium , was cancelled this year, but we're planning for June 23-25, 2021 in Philadelphia. Our next live European Money Fund Symposium will be held October 21-22, 2021 in Paris, France. Crane Data Subscribers or Attendees may access past conference and webinar materials at the bottom of our "Content" page, or see links to our latest events from the "Conferences" menu option. Let us know if you'd like more information about any of our shows, and we hope to see you back out on the road in 2021! Finally, our Peter Crane will also be presenting on money market funds & short term markets at an upcoming CFANY webinar, "Still Lower for Even Longer: What Will Its Impact Be?"

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