MFA Comment Letters

Topic: broker-dealer

MFA and AIMA Submit Joint Letter on FSB Consultation on Key Attributes of Resolution Regimes for Non-Bank Financial Institutions10.15.13


MFA and AIMA submitted a joint letter to the Financial Stability Board (IOSCO) in response to its consultative document on […]

MFA and AIMA Submit Joint Letter on CPSS-IOSCO Consultative Report on Financial Market Infrastructure Recovery10.11.13


MFA and AIMA submitted a joint letter to the Committee of Payment and Settlement Systems (CPSS) and the International Organisation […]

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Topics: AIMA Alternative Investment Management Association, IOSCO, International Organization of Securities Commissions, Bank for International Settlements, Bank for International Settlements Committee on Payments, consultation paper, market infrastructures, central counterparty, CCP, clearing, exchange-traded, exchange-traded derivatives, over-the-counter derivatives, OTC derivatives, prudential regulators, mandatory clearing, collateral, clearing member, systemically important financial market infrastructure, transparency, regulatory framework, risk management, EMIR, default, Unwind, ex ante measures, orderly liquidation, haircuts, G20, variation margin, financial system, market participants, risk committees, default management committees, CFTC, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, ESMA, European Securities and Markets Authority, European Union, trading venues, liquidity, shareholders, margin, title transfer collateral arrangements, security arragements, competition, sell-side firms, systemic risk, bail-in, default waterfall, margin haircut, initial margin, bankruptcy, Dodd-Frank Act, Security-Based Swap Dealer, majory security-based swap participant, capital requirements, broker-dealer, hedge, buy-side firms, physical commodity, uncleared derivative, portfolio, mark-to-market, contagion, stress-testing methodologies, financial stability, trading volume, conflict of interest, security-based swap execution facility, security-based swap clearing agencies,

MFA and AIMA Submit Letter on Canadian Early Warning Reporting System07.12.13


MFA and AIMA submitted a letter to Canadian regulators in response to proposed amendments to Canada’s Early Warning System and […]

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Topics: Canada AIMA, MFA, Alternative Investment Management Association, Canadian Early Warning Reporting System, EWR, British Columbia Securities Commission, Alberta Securities Commission, Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan, Manitoba Securities Commission, Ontario Securities Commission, Autorite des Marches Financiers, New Brunswick Securities Commission, Superintendent of Securities Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia Securities Commission, Securities Commission of Newfoundland and Labrador, Superintendent of Securities Yukon Territory, Superintendent of Securities Northwest Territories, Superintendent of Securities Nunavut, United Kingdom, transparency, securities law, Andrew Vollmer, Paul Wolfson, Alternative Monthly Reporting, shareholders, total return swaps, contracts for difference, derivatives, OTC derivatives, eligible institutional investor, institutional investors, board of directors, regulatory regime, capital markets, Ronald Gilson, Jeffrey Gordon, Brian Cheffins, Nickolay Gantchev, Chotibhak Jotikasthira, activist hedge fund, Hedge Funds Review, Canadian Coalition for Good Governance, National Bureau of Economic Research, corporate governance, remuneration, return on assets, performance, Kimber Report, investor reporting, reporting, non-objecting beneficial owners, beneficial owners, TSX, TSX Venture Exchange, System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval, SEDAR, System for Insider Data on Insiders, SEDI, Yahoo!Finance, Stockhouse, Seeking Alpha, Reuters, StockCharts, Google Finance, Morningstar, Australia, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, disclosure and transparency rules, voting shares, equity securities, Financial Conduct Authority, FCA, London Stock Exchange, Issuer, Counterparty, relevant interests, Australian Securities and Investments Commission, ASIC, qualified investors, banks, broker-dealer, investment company, Bank of Canada, hedge funds, New York Stock Exchange, Australian Stock Exchange, liquidity, TMX Group Limited, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, OMERS Administration Corporation, British Columbia Investment Management Corporation, The Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, Alberta Investment Management Corporation, Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP, confidentiality, cost-benefit analysis, disclosures, hedging, TELUS Corporation,