MFA Comment Letters

Topic: buy-side market participants

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

MFA Submits Comment Letter to CFTC on Proposed Dodd-Frank Implementation Rules for Mandatory Swap Clearing, Trade Execution, and Margin Rules11.04.11


The OTC derivatives reforms (Title VII) resulting from the Dodd-Frank Act will cause sweeping transformation of the OTC derivatives markets […]

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Topics: active fund bilateral execution, broad-based index credit default swaps, buy-side market participants, buy-side participants, Category 1 Entities, Category 2 Entities, Category 3 Entities, Category 4 Entities, CCP, central clearing, central counterparties, CFTC, class of swaps, clearing, clearing mandate, collateral, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, commodity swaps, compliance date, compliance schedules, cost-benefit analysis, counterparties, DCMs, derivatives clearing organization, Designated Contracts Markets, Dodd-Frank Act, electronic platform, end-user exemptions, exchanges, execution, execution venue, FCM, federal register, full-scale clearing, futures commission merchants, G20, Gary Gensler, interest rate swaps, liquidity, listing, made available for trading, Major Security-Based Swap Participant, Major Swap Participant, mandatory clearing, margining, margining requirements, market participants, netting, non-dealer market participants, non-MSP counterparties, novations, OTC derivatives, over-the-counter derivatives, partial tear-ups, phased implementation, price distortion, private funds, product definition rules, prudential regulators, real-time clearing, real-time reporting, Regulators, Rulemaking, Scott O'Malia, SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, Security-Based Swap Dealer, security-based swap SEF, security-based swaps, SEF, swap data, swap dealer, swap execution facilities, swap transaction, swap transaction compliance, swaps, systemic risk, third-party subaccount, trade execution, trading documentation, transparency, uncleared swaps, variation margin, voluntary clearing,
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