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A matrix level is the level of control on a sub-account provided to a Firm or Fund using Networking. The matrix level chosen by a Firm determines the activity allowed between a shareholder and a Fund. Each matrix level:
- Provides Firms with the flexibility to select options consistent with their business philosophy
- Identifies the:
- Reporting responsibilities of the Firm and Fund with regard to each sub-account
- Processing capabilities the Fund and Firm have in supporting the exchange of information for those sub-accounts
The purpose of this Web guide is to provide NSCC members, which includes but is not limited to, mutual funds, insurance companies, brokerage firms, dealers and trading partners participating in the mutual fund services, with the information necessary to utilize the features and functionality of the Mutual Fund Profile Service (MFPS) II system.