(Bloomberg) -- Fidelity Investments, the biggest U.S. manager of money-market mutual funds, said there is growing agreement among company leaders and regulators to limit any new rules for the products to those eligible to buy corporate debt.

“We are beginning to see an emerging consensus developing around the realization that Treasury, government and muni funds do not need any further reform,” Nancy Prior, president of the money-market business at Boston-based Fidelity, said today during a speech at a conference in Orlando.

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