MFA Comment Letters

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MFA Letter to IRS Regarding Compliance Issues for Private Investment Funds Filing a Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Report05.13.09


MFA submitted a letter as a follow up to its meeting on April 7 with officials from the IRS to […]

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Topics: adverse guidance AML program rule, banks, Betty Santangelo, board directors, bonds, brokerate accounts, Carl E. Kennedy, checking, commodity pool operators, commodity trading advisors, compliance, control the disposition, cost-efficient, covered financial accounts, demand, deposit, derivatives, Detroit Computing Center of the Internal Revenue Service, domestic feeder fund, domestic limited liability companies, domestic limited partnerships, Don Carbaugh, Don Moorehead, equity interest, FBAR, FBAR Requirements, federal register, federal tax return, filing exception, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, FinCEN, flow through, Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Reports, foreign currencies, foreign securities, Form 1040, Form 1065, Form 1120, Form 5500, Form 990, Form 990-PF, Form TD 90-22.1, Form TD F 90-22, Form TDF 90-22.1, Fund Managers, general definitions, Glen Kirkland, group filings, hedge funds, illiquid, Internal Revenue Service, interpretive guidance, IRS, IRS Reports Clearance Officer, John G. Gaine, legislators, limited liability companies, lock-up periods, master-feeder structures, mutual fund, Nancy Rose, notes, Office of Chief Counsel, OMB No. 1545-2038, Partnerships, Patton Boggs LLP, pooled interest, President's Working Group on Financial Markets, prior submissions, private equity, private investment funds, publicly-traded corporations, PWG, Question 7a, Question 9, Questioon 6a, regulations, savings, schedule B, Schedule N, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP, Side-by-Side Structure, signature authority, SRZ, stock certificates, tax forms, tax-exempt organization, taxpayer identification number, U.S. tax-exempt investors, United States Department of the Treasury, William Langford,

MFA Comments to SEC on Proposed Rule Change by American Stock Exchange to List and Trade Shares of Nuveen Commodities Income and Growth Fund10.15.07


MFA submits comments to the SEC on an American Stock Exchange (“AMEX”) rule proposal which would permit commodity pools to […]

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Topics: American Stock Exchange Pursuant Amex, baskets, cash equivalent, CFTC, closed-end commodity pool, closed-end exchange-listed commodity pool, closed-end exchange-traded registered investment companies, closed-end fund, Closed-End Registered Investment Companies, commodity futures business, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, commodity pool, commodity trading advisor, continuous offering, creation or redemption transactions, CTA, daily portfolio composition information, demand, disclosures, discount, equitable principles, ETF, exchange traded fund, exchange-listed pool, exchange-traded commodity pools, exposure, front-run, future offerings, futures industry, Great Depression, hedge funds, hegde, index mutual fund, index-tracking vehicles, Interpretive Notice, investment adviser, investment strategies, investor, Issuer, liquidity, Listed Company Manual of the NYSE, managed future strategies, market participants, market price per share, National Futures Association, NAV, net asset value per basket, net asset value per share, net assets, NFA, Nuveen commodities Income and Growth Fund, portfolio composition rules, portfolio holding, Portfolio Holdings, potential harm, proportionate share, qualified institutions, redeemable securities, redeemable security, redeemable shares, Redemption, reverse engineer, RIC, robust secondary market, SEC, securities, Securities and Exchange Commission, share, significant premium, supply asset-classes, surplus, trading posistions, transparency, U.S. Congress,
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