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MFA Letter to SEC Chairman Cox Regarding Hedge Fund Transparency and Other Issues04.24.08


MFA President and CEO, Richard H. Baker, met with SEC Chairman Christopher Cox this morning and discussed the topics addressed […]

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Topics: Securities and Exchange Commission SEC, Christopher Cox, alternative investment industry, Policy Makers, Regulators, investors, hedge funds, hedge fund offerings, transparency, hedge fund investors, capital markets, systemic risk, General Solicitation, Ban on General Solicitation and Advertising, General Advertising, safe harbor, Regulation D, hedge fund managers, sophisticated investors, accredited investors, qualified purchasers, private offerings, securities, Protecting Investors: A Half Century of Investment Company Regulation, Division of Investment Management, United States Congress, Implications of the Growth of Hedge Funds Staff Report to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, Rulemaking, advertising materials, Clover Capital no-action letter, staff guidance, no-action letters, accredited natural person, large accredited investor, Federal Securities Laws, inflation, mutual recognition, Nancy Morris, regulatory barriers, Cross-Border Investments, market participants, transaction costs, global capital markets, financial services industry, Australia, European Union, EU, Canada, broker-dealer, best practices, Sound Practices for Hedge Fund Managers, NYRO OCIE, chief compliance officer, trade associations, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, CFTC, Memorandum of Understanding, public commodity pools, National Futures Association, NFA, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, FINRA, public commodity pool offerings, futures, futures market, pooled investment vehicle, public offering disclosure requirements, Direct Participation Programs, DPP, annual cap, lifetime cap, offering proceeds, trail commissions, managed futures, brokers,

MFA Letter to Senate Republican Capital Markets Task Force Regarding United States Capital Markets Competitiveness in the Global Financial Services Marketplace02.29.08


MFA submits a comment letter to the Senate Republican Capital Markets Task Force in response to the Task Force’s request […]

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Topics: Senate Republican Capital Markets Task Force United States Congress, capital markets, U.S. Capital Markets, global financial system, regulatory regime, tax, capital formation, capital efficiencies, financial regulatory system, principles-based regulation, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, regulation, non-U.S. investors, capital, hedge funds, venture capital funds, oil and gas partnerships, Strategy and Financial Innovation, Investor Protection, Financial Services Roundtable, Blue Print for U.S. Financial Competitiveness, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, CFTC, safe harbor, exchanges, market crisis, market participants, duplicative regulation, public commodity pools, National Futures Association, NFA, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, FINRA, commodity futures markets, energy commodities, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, FERC, natural gas futures market, Federal Trade Commission, financial services industry, President's Working Group on Financial Markets, PWG, Department of the Treasury, Secretary of the Treasury, Federal Reserve Board, assets under management, investment advisers, retail investors, prudential regulators, Henry Paulson, Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, OCIE, Economic Club of New York, no-action letters, General Solicitation, General Advertising, transparency, Cross-Border, U.S. immigration policies, skilled non-U.S. professional workers, H-1B visa, student visa, harmonization, generally accepted accounting principles, GAAP, International Financial Reporting Standards, IFRS, mutual recognition, Canada, Enron Corporation, Cendant, Financial Services Forum, United Kingdom, European Union, EU, chilling effect, equity markets,

MFA Letter to SEC on August 2007 New York Regional Office Examination Request Letter12.20.07


MFA submits comments to the SEC on the August 2007 New York Regional Office Examination Request Letter.

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Topics: August 2007 New York Regional Office Examination Request Letter Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE), New York Regional Office, Chief Compliance Officers, registered investment advisers, periodic examinations, Pilot program, compliance, Federal Securities Laws, regulations, Investor Protection, hedge fund advisers, advisers, legal risk, examination process, pre-examination letters operational resources, registrants, risks, risk-based approach, Lori A. Richards, Director of SEC's Office of Compliance and Inspections and Examinations, CCOutreach National Seminar, National society of compliance Professionals National Membership Meeting, surveillance, complianceAlert, Ninth Annual IA Compliance Best Pracitces SUmmit 2007, CCO Seminars or Roundtables, chief compliance officer seminars and roundtables, focus group, reqests II(D)(1), public company affiliation, relative, corporate insiders, request V(G)(1), Request II(J)(1), bankruptcy workout, Request II(G)(1), II(H)(1), IIIJ(1), III(M)(1), III(M)(3), III(N)(1), III(N)(2), conflicts of interest, sales coverage, adviser, broker-dealer, operations, technology, I(G), II(A)(2), II(A)(3), and VI(B)(1), Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, data mining, medium, standardized presentations, V(E)(2), V(E)(3), VIII(G), IX(F)(2)m X(I)(2), written complaint, shareholder communications, public pension funds, candidates, Request II(A)(1), attorney-client privilege, potential transactions, arrangements, Request II(B)(3), portfolio allocation, consistency, Request II(D)(3)(e), Request IV(A)(1)m block trades, Request V(A)(4), Code of Ethics, public, Form ADV Part II, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC,