MFA Comment Letters

Topic: market color

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

Comment Letter to SEC Responding to Concept Release on Equity Market Structure05.07.10


MFA submitted a letter to the SEC in response to its request for comments on its Equity Market Structure Concept […]

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Topics: algorithm alternative trading systems, asset classes, automated trading, bid-ask spreads, broker dealers, buyers, cancellation rate, capital allocation, capital formation, co-location, competitive barriers, connectivity vendors, dark pools, decimalization, Designated Market Maker, direct market access, ECN, efficiency, electronic communication networks, electronic trading desks, electronically accessibel quotes, endowments, Equity Market Structure, execution speed, fees, fixed income, foundations, France, frontrunning, Germany, global financial crisis, hedging, HFT, high frequency trading, institutional investors, insurance companies, inter-market arbitrage, Intermarket Trading System Plan, inventory risks, investment time horizon, investor confidence, ITS, Japan, large cap stocks, limit orders, liquidity, long-term investors, low latency technology, market color, market consolidation, Market Crash of 1987, market depth, market fragmentation, market maker, momentum ignition, mutual fund, Nasdaq, National Association of Securities Dealers Inc., National Market System, New York Stock Exchange, non-public trading, NYSE, Office of Economic Analysis, order anticipation, order cancellations, order handling rules, order protection rule, pensions, phantom liquidity, pinging, post-trade execution, post-trade transparency, price discovery, price swings, private investment pools, proprietary trading, public information, quantitative strategies, quote flickering, registered investment advisers, regulation ATS, Regulation NMS, retail investors, risk management, SEC, sector change, Securities and Exchange Commission, securities lending, sellers, short selling, short-term traders, small cap stocks, specialist quotes, sponsored access, spreads, technology, trading desk, trading volume, transaction costs, transparency, Treasury ETF, trends, U.S Treasury bonds, U.S. Department of Justice, United Kingdom, upstairs market, volatility,
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