MFA Comment Letters

Topic: Lock-up

MFA Comments to IRS on Application of FBAR to Private Investment Funds and Related Issues10.05.09


MFA submitted a letter to the IRS in response to IRS Notice 2009-62, which requests comments and recommendations concerning the […]

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Topics: bank account banks, broker-dealer, chief financial officer, commingled fund, Corporation, covered foreign financial account, Deferred Fees, Department of the Treasury, domestic corporation, domestic estate or trust, domestic partnership, domestic taxpayers, Douglas H. Shulman, effectively connected income, FBAR, filing obligation, financial accounts, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, financial institutions, financial interest, FinCEN, FIRPTA, foreign corporations, foreign financial account, foreign financial agencies, foreign prime brokerage, Form 1065, Form 5471, Form 8621, Form 8865, Form 926, hedge fund management companies, hedge fund manager, hedge funds, Internal Revenue Code, Internal Revenue Service, investment fund management company, Investment Fund Managers, investment officer, investors, IRS, James H. Freis, liquidity, Lock-up, master fund, Michael Mundaca, money laundering, mutual funds, Neal S. Wolin, New York State Bar Association, non-public companies, non-U.S. hedge fund, non-U.S. hedge funds, non-U.S. investors, non-U.S. private equity fund, officer, open-ended mutual funds, Other Account Authority, other authority, partner, partnership, Passive Foreign Investment Companies, persons in and doing business in the United States, PFIC shareholder filing requirements, PFICs, portfolio manager, primary owner, private equity funds, private investment funds, private sector, publicly-held companies, redemption policy, redemption terms, Reports of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts, safe harbor, securities account, shareholders, signatory authority, Tax Section of the New York State Bar Association, third party transfers, U.S. tax return, U.S.-based manager, U.S.-based managers, United States Person, Workbook on the Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts,

MFA Submits Comments to SEC on Proposals for Accredited Natural Person and Antifraud Rules03.09.07


MFA submits comment letter and attachment to the SEC on Proposals for Accredited Natural Person and Antifraud Rules.

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Topics: 100 beneficial owners 3(c)(1) funds, 3(c)(7) funds, accounting officers, accredited investor, accredited investor standard, Accredited Natural Person Proposal, alternative investment industry, American Bar Association, antifraud proposal, attorneys, beneficial owners, broker dealers, brokers, capital markets, cash room, Christopher Cox, competition, compliance, conflicts of interest, deferred compensation, Department of the Treasury, dialogue, direct investment, due diligence, eligible contract participant, ERISA Issues, financial eligibility standard, financial eligibility standards, fund employees, Goldstein decision, grandfathering provision, hedge funds, illiquid investments, incentive compensation, industry innovation, Investor Protection, joint property, Jonathan Shieber, legal counsel, Limited Partnership Agreement, liquidity, Lock-up, managed futures funds, management, net worth, net worth threshold, Office of Economic Analysis, operational, pooled investment vehicles, President's Working Group on Financial Markets, price efficiency, private equity, private investment vehicles, private placement memorandum, private pools, Prohibition of Fraud by Advisers to Certain Pooled Investment Vehicles, Pui-Wing Tam, PWG, qualified client, qualified eligible person, qualified institutional buyer, qualified purchaser, Randal Quarles, real estate, Regulatory Structure, Request for Proposal, research analysts, risk distribution, risk-adjusted performance, Robert Steel, scienter, SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, Senate Committee on Banking Housing and Urban Affairs, side letters, start-up funds, Stephen Heuser, Stuatory Authority, Subscription Agreement, tax issues, Thomas Lemke, traders, transfer procedures, transparency, U.S. economy, venture capital, withdrawal,
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