MFA Comment Letters

Topic: private investment fund

MFA and Associations File Amicus Curiae Brief in RadLAX Gateway v. Amalgamated Bank Case Before U.S. Supreme Court03.09.12


MFA, with the Loan Syndications and Trading Association, SIFMA, and seven other trade associations submitted an amicus brief in the […]

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Topics: RadLAX Gateway Hotel LLC and RadLAX Gateway Deck LLC v Amagamated Bank write of certiorari, Mortgage Bankers Association, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, Loan Syndications and Trading Association, American Bankers Association, Clearing House Association, Commercial Finance Association, Equipment Leasing and Finance Association, Financial Services Roundtable, Elliot Ganz, Seth P. Waxman, Craig Goldblatt, Danielle Spinelli, Eric F. Citron, Shivaprasad Nagaraj, secured creditors, credit-bid, free-and-clear sale, secured credit, amici curiae, trade associations, corporate and commercial loans, mortgage-backed financing, asset-backed financing, private investment fund, borrowers, investment banks, manufacturers, hedge funds, funds of funds, managed futures funds, real-estate finance industry, chapter 11 plan of reorganization, collateral, undervaluation, secured financing, lien, fair and equitable, indubitable equivalent, stalking-horse bidder, Bankruptcy Code, secured creditor, cram-down, non-consenting class of secured creditors, speedy-trial deadline, statutory surplusage, consenual plans, nonconsensual free-and-clear sale, bankruptcy law, cash out, Judge Hand, clear and manifest contrary intention, Justice Brandeis, transfer, sale, sale exception, inconsequential value, valuation, present value, favored bidders, old equity, existing management, bankruptcy estate, available bidders, bidder, white knight bidders, commercial real-estate loans, commercial mortgage-backed securities, CMBS, real estate mortgage investment conduits, REMICs, BFP v. Resolution Trust Corp., Bloate v. United States, Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association v. 203 North LaSalle St. Partnership, D. Ginsberg & Sons Inc. v. Popkin, Dewsnup v. Timm, Duncan v. Walker, Dynamics Corp. of America v. CTS Corp., Easton v. German-American Bank, In re Beker Industries Corp., In re California Hancock Inc., In re FCX Inc., In re Murel Holding Corp., In re Philadelphia Newspapers LLC, In re River East Plaza LLC, In re Yale Express System Inc., Louisville Joint Stock Land Bank v. Radford, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. v. California ex rel. California Department of Toxic Substances Control, Sage v. Central Railroad Co., Toibb v. Radloff, W.B. Worthen Co. v. Kavanaugh, Wright v. Vinton Branch of Mountain Trust Bank,

Comment Letter to the Department of Labor in Response to the Departments Proposed Rule to Amend the Definition of Fiduciary Under ERISA02.03.11


MFA submitted a comment letter to the Department of Labor in response to the Departments proposed rule to amend the […]

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Topics: Employee Benefits Security Administration Department of Labor, DOL, ERISA, alternative investment vehicles, hedge funds, diversification, risk management, equity markets, fixed income markets, Joseph Dear, California Public Employees' Retirement System, Senate Banking Subcommittee on Securities, Insurance and Investment, pension fund, rate of return, fee structure, performance fee, total returns, hedge fund managers, risk-adjusted returns, high water marks, government safety new, pooled investment funds, Congress, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Commodity Futures and Exchange Commission, CFTC, non-plan asset funds, plan asset vehicles, general partner, DOL regulations, equity securities, plan assets, market concern, Investor Protection, private investment fund, principal underwriter, fiduciary, appraisals, pricing services, custodians, appraisers, managing member, Internal Revenue Code, pooled investment vehicles, fiduciary liability insurance. prime brokerage, daily mark, swap counterparty, fund administration agreements, asset-based fee compensation, prohibited transaction provisions, net asset value, hard-to-value, private equity holdings, real estate holdings, side-pocket investments, appraisal of property, investment advisers, valuation firm, hedge fund manager, private pension, good faith estimate, may be considered standard, significantly influence standard, ERISA fiduciaries, mutual understanding, valuation of assets, "may be considered" advice, risk appetites, tailored advice, pooled investment fund, exemption applications, transaction reversal, excise taxes, selling exception, due diligence, adverse, marketing services, impartial investment advice, purchaser, seller, bilateral agreement, default, derivative markets, short sales, options, structured products, futures, settlement accommodations, overdraft coverage, inadvertent fiduciary status, pooled vehicle, market color, prime brokers, general partners,
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