MFA Comment Letters

Topic: Enron Corporation

MFA Comments to the “Over-the-Counter Derivatives Markets Act of 2009”11.09.09


MFA submitted a letter to the Department of the Treasury regarding the Obama administration’s legislative proposal titled the “Over-the-Counter Derivatives […]

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Topics: Department of the Treasury Obama Administration, regulatory framework, over-the-counter derivatives, OTC derivatives, institutional investors, commodity, securities market, OTC derivatives market, derivatives transactions, central clearinghouse, segregation, initial margin, variation margin, trade and position reporting, swap dealers, securities dealers, Major Swap Participant, AIG, end-users, substantial net position, substantial unsecured net position, AAA credit rating, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, CFTC, security-based swaps, dealers, credit risk, insurance companies, energy companies, airline, utilities, private funds, local governmental entities, non-dealer entities, capital restrictions, swap market participant, Long Term Capital Management, Enron Corporation, thrift and insurance holding company, American International Group, unsecured current credit exposure, central clearing, derivatives clearing organizations, proprietary assets, legacy standardized swaps, non-clearable trade, Gary Gensler, Lehman Brothers, LBIE, collateral segregation, bankruptcy-remote, Bankruptcy Code, risk management, Pension Funds, endowments, hedge funds, custodian, ISDA product definitions, registered derivatives clearing organization, non-cleared swap transactions, exchange trading, hybrid market, exchange-traded products, market manipulation, position limits, physically-delivered commodities, cash-settled contracts, pre-merger notification regime, capital formation,

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,
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