MFA has cultivated a global membership and actively engages with regulators and policymakers in Asia, Europe, the Americas, Australia and all other regions where MFA members are market participants.
You deliver for your investors. MFA delivers for you.
From on-the-ground advocacy to industry-leading conferences, member forums, and seminars, MFA delivers value across all areas of your firm.
With the guidance of membership, we work directly with policymakers and stakeholders in the U.S., U.K, EU and around the world to promote public policy that fosters fair, efficient and transparent capital markets.
MFA Staff and members are in the room from the beginning — when policymakers are writing laws and regulators are implementing them — giving our Association not only a working knowledge of the final result but insight as to why it got there. That unique perspective allows MFA to help members with the vast implementation challenges impacting their businesses.
MFA Fund Manager members represent the full spectrum of alternative asset management strategies, with the leading firms managing long/short equity, event-driven, credit, crossover, distress, managed futures/CTA, multi-strategy, quantitative, volatility trading, and other fund strategies.
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MFA Delivers Value
In addition to eight global conferences, MFA offers members access to year-round operational, legal, and compliance training as well as an unparalleled global peer-to-peer network. MFA’s quarterly forums give members the unique opportunity to meet in small working groups by function to collaborate on industry best practices, anticipate business risks, and expand their peer network.
MFA also engages with the industry’s top stakeholders (including primes, legal, administrators, and accounting firms) to offer members in-depth seminars on new rules and regulations affecting the industry. These forums and seminars are coveted educational and networking opportunities for MFA members. In addition, many of these seminars feature engagement with the broader allocator community with whom we work closely on an array of policy and operational issues.
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Membership with MFA may be discussed directly with our business development personnel. Please submit a request to be contacted.