MFA Comment Letters

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MFA Submits Comments on AIFMD Remuneration09.27.12


MFA submitted comments to the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) on its consultation on guidelines on sound remuneration policies […]

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Topics: ESMA European Securities and Markets Authority, remuneration, consultation paper, remuneration policies, AIFMD, European Union, EU, Policy Makers, proportionality principle, AIFM, excessive risk-taking, Identified Staff, limited liability partnership, LLP, management committees, junior partner, RemCo, deferral of remuneration and pension, European Commission, Council of the European Union, European Parliament, hedge fund managers, financial institutions, deposit-taking entity, government insurance, private placement, institutional investor, sophisticated investors, bank, Insurance, alignment of interests, owner-managed AIFM, shareholders, public shareholders, third country, Regulators, carried interest, fees, service providers, commissions, delegate, performance fee, Senior Management, investors, other risk taker, risk profile, Balance Sheet, own account dealer, operational risk, United Kingdom, affiliated group, governing body, Limited Liability Company, LLC, risk management, compliance, audit, compliance staff, counsel, chief compliance officer, control functions, parent company, credit institutions, capital requirements, MiFID, MiFID firms, distributions, minimum capital requirements, management bodies, non-executive directors, hedge funds, assets under management, AUM, Member State, Member State competent authorities, control function, pension, variable remuneration, risk alignment, material risk, UCITS, performance measures, deferred remuneration, non-deferred remuneration, Claw-Back, fee structure, redemption rights, tax, Tax Implications, bonuses, underperformance, alternative instruments, retention policy, financial stability, non-EU AIFM, marketing, EU Passport, private placement regime, Disclosure, Annual Report, Confidential Information, stakeholders,

MFA Response to FSA Discussion Paper on Implementation of the AIFMD03.23.12


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Topics: FSA Discussion Paper "Implementation of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive" Financial Services Authority, FSA, Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive, AIFMD, non-EU AIFM, Member State competent authorities, letter-box entity, MiFID, MiFID firm, AIFMD firm, retail customers, professional investors, remuneration provisions, CRD3 framework, functional and hierarchal independence, risk management, internationally coordinated approach to reporting, European Securities and Markets Authority, ESMA, single AIFM, family relationship, family investment vehicle, UK AIFM, preferential treatment, side letters, retail consumers, FSA Principles for Business, FCA, UCITS Directive, retail investors, EU Passport, FCA Approach Document, conflicts of interest, SYSC 10 of the FSA Handbook, remuneration guidelines, MiFID portfolio managers, tier 4 firm, FSA Remuneration Code, compliance function, audit function, proportionality principle, regulatory requirements, regulatory risks, chief compliance officer, functional and hierarchical separation, portfolio management, portfolio management personnel, interest alignment, qualitative risk limit, UCITS investors, institutional investors, leverage, NAV, third country, Final Advice on the AIFMD, third country managers, capital requirements, PII requirements, IPRU (INV), professional indemnity insurance, professional negligence, internally managed AIF, CAD-defined terms, valuation procedures, external valuer, net asset value, limited partnership, hedge funds, NAV per share, liquidity requirements, redemption terms, less than fully invested, risk/return profile, net assets under management, investor capital, Value at Risk, VaR methodology, European Central Bank, foreign exchange, interest rate risk, EUR denominated bonds, portfolio risk, hedging arragements, CESR Guidelines on Risk Management and the Calculation of Global Exposure and Coutnerparty Risk for UCITS, CDS, Advanced Method, QIS disclosure requirements, prime brokers, exchanges, swap data warehouses, Dodd-Frank Act, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Form PF, proprietary business information, depositary, unregulated CIS, segregated account, valuation oversight duties, depositary liability, marketing, reverse solicitation process, MiFID investment services, private placement, public offers,

Comment Letter to ESMA on its Draft Technical Advice to the European Commission for Implementing AIFMD09.13.11


MFA submitted comments to ESMA on its consultation on possible implementing measures of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD). […]

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Topics: AIFMD the directive, Level 2, third party managers, European Commission, consultation paper, AIF, UCITS Directive, MiFID, professional investors, retail investors, marketing, counterparties, prime brokers, net asset value, Article 61, AUM, AUM Calculations, mark-to-market, EU investors, sub-investment managers, Dodd-Frank, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Investment Advisers Act of 1940, Advisers Act, registration, private funds, G-20, international coordination, Article 3(2), Article 9(3), professional indemnity insurance requirements, Gross Method, exposure, leverage, foreign exchange hedging position, interest rate hedging position, Box 93, Box 2, Box 1, NAV, Advanced Method, Box 13, diligence requirement, OTC transaction, securities lending agreement, repurchase agreement, Box 19, Box 29, risk management, risk limits, operational risk, portfolio management, market risk, portfolio risk, liquidity risk, gates, side pockets, redemption policy, depositaries, depositary, bespoke system, Box 78, collateral directive, Box 79, liability standards, Financial Services Authority, FSA, re-hypothecation provisions, Box 81, Box 86, due diligence, sub-custodian, Box 88, segregation, Box 89, omnibus accounts, liability regime, Box 95, Box 99, Value at Risk, VaR, Commitment Method, European Central Bank, ECB, Committee on European Securities Regulators, CESR Guidelines, credit default swap, CDS, remuneration, EU Passport, transparency, Box 106, passport regime, safe-keeping function, confidentiality, proprietary information, systemic risk, semi-annual reporting, collateral, counterparty exposures, Form PF, reporting period, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), Level 2 inputs, Level 3 inputs, valuation agents, underwriters, unobservable,

Comment Letter to Responding to ESMA’s Call for Evidence Regarding Level 2 Implementation of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive01.14.11


On January 14, MFA submitted comments to the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) in response to a call for […]

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