The Financial Review
We examine if a floating net asset value (NAV) increases the transparency of risk for investors. Using closed-income fixed income funds we find little evidence that a floating NAV helps investors better understand the value and risk of a fund when a fund's assets trade infrequently. This potentially informs the debate regarding the adoption of a floating NAV in the money market industry. Our results suggest that it is unlikely that the benefits of floating NAV will outweigh the costs.
Allen, Kyle D.; Cashman, George D.; and Winters, Drew B., "How Informative Is Floating NAV When Securities Trade Infrequently?" (2016). Finance Faculty Research and Publications. 111.
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