WASHINGTON — Investment firms sparred with regulators Tuesday over the potential risk money market funds could pose to the financial system.

The Securities and Exchange Commission held a roundtable to discuss how to make the money market fund industry more stable during times of stress, as well discuss several proposals including eliminating a set stable asset value for the funds in order to avoid a possible run on the fund.

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