MFA Comment Letters

Related Rules: 72 FR 400

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 Files Joint Comment Letter to California Department of Corporations on Proposed Rule Requiring Hedge Fund Managers to Register with the State11.21.07


MFA and the Coalition of Private Investment Companies submit a joint comment letter to the California Department of Corporations on […]

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Topics: Department of Corporations California Corporate Securities Law, Coalition of Private Investment Companies, CPIC, Commisioner of the California Department of Corporations, investment advisers, California, global alternative investment industry, hedge funds, managed future funds, proposal, Congress, jobs, office rents, support services, tax revenues, Investor Protection, de minimis standard, state registration, venture capital, investment adviser, national markets, Exemption, public, registered investment companies, private offerings, initial statement of reasons, jurisdiction, implications of the growth of hedge funds, 2003 staff report, industry trends, oversight, Fraud, fund advisers, Pension Funds, privately-offered pooled investment vehicles, due diligence, accredited investors, qualified purchasers, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (FED), professional asset managers, fiduciary standards, New York, London, San Francisco, Exempt Advisers, financial products, risk, start-up companies, liquidation restrictions, locked up, Redemptions, capital calls, liscensing exemption, pooled investment vehicles, accredited investor standard, Private Offering, Form D, Data, electronic filing, requirement, Investor's Committee of the Advisory Group, financial market, Industry Standards, Agreement Among PWG and U.S. Agency Principals on Principles and Guidelines Regarding Private Pools of Capital, registrant, training personal, The Bureau of National Affairs, Sound Practices for Hedge Fund Managers, spillover effect, brokerage firms, James Chanos, chief investment officer, CalPERS, California Public Employees' Retirement System, Department of the Treasury, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, CFTC, President's Working Group on Financial Markets, PWG, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, assets under management, AUM, fund of funds,

MFA Submits Comments to SEC on Proposals for Accredited Natural Person and Antifraud Rules03.09.07


MFA submits comment letter and attachment to the SEC on Proposals for Accredited Natural Person and Antifraud Rules.

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Topics: Securities and Exchange Commission SEC, private investment vehicles, Accredited Natural Person Proposal, Prohibition of Fraud by Advisers to Certain Pooled Investment Vehicles, Investor Protection, alternative investment industry, capital markets, hedge funds, managed futures funds, President's Working Group on Financial Markets, PWG, private pools, liquidity, price efficiency, risk distribution, Regulatory Structure, direct investment, Christopher Cox, Robert Steel, venture capital, private equity, industry innovation, Department of the Treasury, cash room, Randal Quarles, Senate Committee on Banking Housing and Urban Affairs, risk-adjusted performance, accredited investor standard, financial eligibility standards, accredited investor, pooled investment vehicles, net worth threshold, financial eligibility standard, Pui-Wing Tam, Jonathan Shieber, Stephen Heuser, qualified client, qualified purchaser, qualified institutional buyer, qualified eligible person, eligible contract participant, joint property, net worth, Office of Economic Analysis, 3(c)(1) funds, illiquid investments, real estate, Lock-up, U.S. economy, Stuatory Authority, 100 beneficial owners, beneficial owners, 3(c)(7) funds, deferred compensation, fund employees, American Bar Association, research analysts, legal counsel, traders, broker dealers, attorneys, brokers, compliance, operational, accounting officers, grandfathering provision, competition, start-up funds, antifraud proposal, Goldstein decision, scienter, transparency, dialogue, Request for Proposal, private placement memorandum, Limited Partnership Agreement, Subscription Agreement, due diligence, management, incentive compensation, conflicts of interest, side letters, withdrawal, transfer procedures, tax issues, ERISA Issues, Thomas Lemke,
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