MFA Comment Letters

Topic: IOSCO

MFA Submits Comments to the FSB/IOSCO on Assessment Methodologies for Non-Bank Non-Insurer Global SIFIs04.07.14


MFA submitted a comment letter to the Financial Stability Board and the International Organization of Securities Commissions in response to […]

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 Submits Letter to SEC on Proposed Capital, Margin, and Segregation Rules02.22.13


MFA submitted a comment letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on its proposed rules on “Capital, Margin, and […]

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Topics: Securities and Exchange Commission SEC, margin, capital, segregation, Security-Based Swap Dealer, Major Security-Based Swap Participant, capital requirements, broker-dealer, risk, security-based swaps, customer collateral, Dodd-Frank Act, CFTC, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Private Funds Managers, Investor Protection, regulation, international regulatory standards, efficiency, capital formation, liquidity, collateral, margin requirements, market participants, variation margin, netting, margining, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, FINRA, international harmonization of regulations, regulatory arbitrage, federal register, bilateral exchange of variation margin, best practices, counterparty risk, systemic risk, risk management, portfolio margining, securities, cross-product master netting agreements, initial margin, financial system, asset class, counterparties, prudential regulators, leverage, derivatives, tri-party custodial arrangements, customer protection, omnibus segregation, default, fellow customer risk, legal segregation with operation commingling, LSOC, swap dealers, Major Swap Participant, Individual Segregation, buy-side firms, non-commercial end-users, hedge funds, credit risk, capital inefficiency, transparency, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, International Organization of Securities Commissions, IOSCO, Working Group on Margining Requirements, central clearing, compliance, registered clearing agencies, mandatory clearing, compliance date, two-way margining, reform, collateral management, asymmetrical initial margin exchange, pension, endowments, university endowment, financial crisis, "too big to fail, too interconnected to fail, American International Group, AIG, House Committee on Financial Services, Ben Bernanke, Federal Reserve Board, 111th Congress, financial contagion, financial institutions, asymmetry, portfolio reconciliation, portfolio compression, Swap Trading Relationship Documentation, swap dealer, collateral management stystems, trading costs, complexity, settlement risk, credit default swap, CDS, OTC derivatives, forwards, repurchase agreements, Value at Risk, VaR, financial instrument, cross-margining, Options Clearing Corporation, Chicago Mercantile Exchange Holdings Inc., New York Portfolio Clearing LLC, LCH.Clearnet Ltd., customer replicability, proprietary information, reconciliation, market risk, haircuts, Cash Flow, pro-cyclical effects, creditworthiness, multiplier, customized risk management tools, sell-side firms, liquidation time horizon, product type, market practice, ISDA, U.S. dollar, settlement, money market instruments, eligible collateral, capital charge, Lehman Brothers, bankruptcy, bankruptcy estate, third-party custody arrangement, enhanced protections, Notice of Exclusive Control, Investment Company Institute, ICI, White Paper, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, SIFMA, liquidation, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, tentative net capital, dealers, Eric Chern, Chicago Trading Company, \, operational risk, Security-Based Swap Transactions, Darrell Duffie, Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report No. 424, ICE Clear Europe Limited, segregation model, DCO, derivatives clearing organization, portability, insolvency, out-of-the-money, operational and legal commingling, default segregation model, MF Global Inc., Peregrine Financial Group, Fraud, investment risk, Russell Wasendorf, accounting, operational costs, Broker, Dealer, ISDA Margin Survey 2012, European Commission, European Parliament, Council of the European Union, central counterparty, CCP, trade repositories, commodity broker, Bart Chilton, Division of Clearing and Intermediary Oversight, Robert Wasserman, independent third party custodian, state bank regulator, state and federal laws,

MFA and AIMA Submit Joint Letter to CFTC on Further Proposed Cross-Border Guidance02.06.13


MFA and AIMA jointly submitted a comment letter to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) on its “Further Proposed Guidance […]

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Topics: Commodity Futures Trading Commission CFTC, Cross-Border, swaps, duplicative regulation, Alternative Investment Management Association, AIMA, Dodd-Frank Act, prime brokers, hedge fund managers, U.S. person, interpretive guidance, market participants, Corporation, partnership, Limited Liability Company, LLC, Trust, joint-stock company, direct or indirect ownership, commodity pool, pooled accounts, collective investment vehicles, commodity pool operator, CPO, pension, estate, income tax, principal place of business test, investment manager, limited liability partnership, LLP, investment fund, ownership test, derivatives, OTC derivatives, over-the-counter derivatives, OTC derivatives market, international harmonization of regulations, regulatory framework, swap dealer, Major Swap Participant, msp, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, European Securities and Markets Authority, ESMA, European Parliament, Council of the European Union, central counterparty, CCP, trade repositories, mandatory clearing requirements, clearing, central clearing, systemic risk, Gary Gensler, Mary Schapiro, OTC derivatives reform, CPPSS-IOSCO, IOSCO, International Organization of Securities Commissions, European Union, EU, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Hong Kong, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Singapore, MAS, foreign regulators, Dealer, buy-side market participants, registration, adviser registration, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, OCC, majority ownership, Look Through, fund of funds, listed entity, Form CPO-PQR, de minimis, commodities, phase-in period, execution, G20, G20 commitments, transparency,