An enhanced cash product is a general term that refers to funds that are typically not registered with the SEC and that seek yields slightly higher than those of money market funds. In seeking those yields, however, enhanced cash products can exceed the SEC rule restrictions imposed on money market funds governing the credit quality, diversification, and maturity of investments. These products are typically offered to institutions as private placements, separate accounts, or certain types of trusts. They also may be referred to as “money market-plus” funds, “money market-like” funds or “enhanced yield” funds.

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