's Primary Fund
isn't it only defunct offering drawing investor ire. The Wall Street Journal
's Daisy Maxey reports
that more than 100 shareholders of the Reserve Yield Plus Fund
have asked the SEC
to retract its approval, dating back to September 2008, for the redemption freeze of the fund.
According to one of the fund's shareholders, James Singer, $175 million of Yield Plus' $1.2 billion remains in the fund.
"This order only serves to allow the Reserve [Management] and the Bents to collect unearned fees and the shareholders to collect undeserved frustration," Singer wrote to the SEC.
In December, the WSJ reported that Yield Plus may have actually broken the buck a day before Reserve's now-infamous Primary Fund.
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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