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30 Mar 2011, 7:00 am by Kara OBrien
An eligible security would be a first-tier security (regardless of the ratings it has received from any credit rating agency) if the fund’s board (or its delegate) determines that the issuer (or in the case of a security subject to a guarantee, the guarantor) has the highest capacity to meet its short-term financial obligations, meaning that it has an exceptionally strong ability to repay its short-term debt obligations and the lowest expectation of default. [read post]