MFA Comment Letters

Topic: CalPERS

Letter to ERISA Advisory Council on Hedge Funds’ Benefit to Pensions and Beneficiaries11.01.11


MFA submitted a written statement to the ERISA Advisory Council in connection with an Advisory Council meeting on November 8 […]

MFA Comments to SEC on Pay to Play Proposal10.06.09


MFA submitted a letter to the SEC today in response to its proposal to, among other things, restrict political contributions […]

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Topics: Securities and Exchange Commission SEC, pay to play practices, government assets, political contributions, investment adviser, investment management services, government entities, third party placement agents, municipal securities, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, MSRB, investment management industry, municipal underwritings, municipal securities underwriters, municipal securities professional, chief compliance officer, American Bar Association, Committee on Federal Regulation of the American Bar Association, state and local entities, legal authorities, compliance burden, agency, authority, instrumentality of the State, plan, program, pool of assets, political action committee, inauguration or transition committee, local or state political party, Foundation, charitable institution, government official, Regulators, covered associates, general partner, executive officer, Broker, Dealer, municipal securities business, municipal securities representative, municipal securities principals, sales principals, principal business unit, look-back provision, look-back period, securities firms, academic institutions, chilling effect, soliciting, personal political activities, beneficial owners, family members of covered associates, portfolio manager, written compliance policies and procedures, pre-approval procedures, disproportionately severe punishment, private fund, limited partnership, redemption rights, public pension plans, interest, contractual rights and obligations, management fees, liquidity, fund assets, redemption requests, investment services, fiduciary duty, assets, compensation arrangements, institutional investor, incentive fee structure, backward-looking provisions, operational challenges, compliance procedures, pooled investment vehicle, de minimi exception, returned contribution, Inadvertent Violation, inadvertent contribution, covered investment pool, registered investment companies, publicly offered securities, fund of funds, direct investment, platform arrangement, direct investors, third party placement agent, pension, third party solicitors, placement agent, hedge fund managers, hedge funds, offshore managers, marketing activities, broker-dealer, requests for proposals, due diligence, investment advisory services, investment techniques, investment objectives, risk management, anti-competitive effects, California Public Employees' Retirement System, CalPERS, CalSTRS, Los Angeles County Employees' Retirement System, Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System, New Mexico Educational Retirement Board, Teacher Retirement System of Texas, Pennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System, Pennsylvania State Employment Retirement System, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Washington, New York State Common Retirement Fund, New York City Employees' Retirement System, New Mexico Investment Council, New York, Illinois, pay to play scandals, Disclosure, transparency, state and federal laws, regulations, registration, cash solicitation, Wall St. Journal, code of ethics rule, compliance costs, Form ADV, registered investment adviser, unregistered adviser, pre-approval policies, affiliated broker-dealer,

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,
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