Please join us for Crane Data's next webinar, "Asian Money Fund Symposium," which will take place June 17 (Thursday) from 10am-12pm Eastern. (Register here for this free event.) This 2-hour webinar on money market funds in Asia will be hosted by Crane Data's Peter Crane and feature a panel discussion with J.P. Morgan Asset Management's Aidan Shevlin and Goldman Sachs Asset Management's Pat O'Callaghan, as well as presentations by Fitch Ratings' Alastair Sewell and S&P Global's Andrew Paranthoiene. While the focus will be on Chinese money funds, we'll also briefly discuss the `latest cash developments in Japan, Korea, India, Taiwan and Australia. Also, mark your calendars for our next webinar, "Money Fund Wisdom Product Training," which is scheduled for July 20 (Tues.) from 2pm-3pm EDT. We'll give a preview of our new Money Fund Wisdom database query system and product suite, and we'll review features and tips for using our Money Fund Intelligence product lineup and data sets. Crane Data is thrilled to resume live events this fall. Our big show, Crane's Money Fund Symposium, is scheduled for Sept. 21-23, 2021, at The Loews Hotel, in Philadelphia, Pa. The latest agenda is available and registrations are now being taken. Registration is $750, and discounted hotel reservations are available. Visit the MF Symposium website for more details. We hope you'll join us in person in Philadelphia! Finally, we're cancelling our live European Money Fund Symposium in Paris, France and moving this to September 2022. But we will host a virtual European MFS on Oct. 21, 2021. Stay tuned for details. Let us know if you'd like more information on any of our events, and we hope to see you at an upcoming webinar, or live in Philadelphia or Paris later this year! (Attendees and Crane Data subscribers can access the Powerpoints, recordings and conference materials at the bottom of our "Content" page, and see the materials from our last webinar, Handicapping Money Fund Reforms in our Money Fund Webinar 2021 Download Center.)

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