MFA Comment Letters

Topic: Netherlands

MFA and AIMA Submit Joint Letter to ESMA in Response to Call for Evidence on Short Selling Regulation03.15.13


MFA and AIMA jointly submitted a comment letter to ESMA responding to its Call for Evidence regarding its evaluation of […]

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Topics: AIFMD AIMA, Alternative Investment Management Association, assets under management, AUM, BaFin, Belgium, bid-ask spreads, bond, Bundesanstalt fur Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht, capital, CDS, CESR, Commissione Nazionale per le Societa e la Borsa, Committee of European Securities Regulators, competent authorities, compliance, corporate issuer, Council of the European Union, credit default swap, delta, depositary receipts, derivative instrument, derivatives, duration, efficiency, EMIR, equity, ESMA, EU Member State, Europe, European Commission, European Parliament, European Securities and Markets Authority, eurozone, extraterritoriality, Finland, France, futures, futures market, Germany, harmonization, hedge funds, hedging, index, index derivatives, interpretive guidance, issued share capital, Italy, Latvia, Lehman Brothers, liquidity, locate, London Stock Exchange, mark-to-market, market disruption, market distortions, market participants, MiFID, net short position, Netherlands, non-EU investment firms, operational challenges, price discovery, price efficiency, price formation, prime broker, PRNewswire, public disclosure, reasonable expectation, reporting obligation, reporting requirements, reverse engineer, risk, securities, settlement, share capital, short positions, short selling, short selling bans, short selling regulation, short squeeze, single-name CDS, sovereign bonds, sovereign debt, sovereign issuer, Spain, Steven Maijoor, stock, Stock Exchange Daily Official List, T+1 reporting, T+2, technical standards, third party managers, trading volume, uncovered sovereign CDS, United Kingdom, volatility,

MFA Submits Letter to Department fo the Treasury Regarding Review by the Treasury Department of the Regulatory Structure Associated with Financial Institutions11.21.07


MFA submits letter to the U.S. Department of the Treasury in response to its request for recommendations on how to […]

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Topics: adequate disclosure Asian Countries, Australia, BaFin, bonds, business models, capital raising process, CFTC, collateral management stystems, collective investment vehicles, commercial, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, commodity pool operator, commodity pool operators, common stock, competitiveness concerns, compliance, conduct-of-business, conflicting regulatory edicts, Congress, costs, counterparites, cross-recognition efficiencies, crude oil, currency options template, customer protections, Department of the Treasury, derivatives, derivatives clearing organizations, Disclosure, duplicative systems, Europe, exchange, exchanges, fair prices, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, federal government, FERC, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, financial institutions, financial integrity systems, financial products, Financial Services Action Plan, Financial Services Roundtable, FINRA, flexibility, foreign markets, Fraud, fund of funds, funds, futures, futures brokerage commission payments, futures contracts, futures exchange, G-8 finance ministers and deputies, global alternative investment industry, gold, hedge fund investors, hedge funds, hedging, Henry Paulson, higher prices, intemediary brokerage firms, intermediaries, International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), international organizations, international portfolio valuation principles, international regulatory standards, Investor Protection, Japan's Financial Services Agency, liquid trading markets, local law enforcement, managed futures funds, margin area, margin levels, market and financial integrity, Market Particpants, market price transparency, marketplace, mutual, National Futures Association, natural gas, natural gas futures price manipulation, net capital, net long, Netherlands, NFA, optimal regulatory structure, options contracts, options trading, ownership interest, peer-to-peer guidance for hedge fund managers, Policy Makers, pool offerings, portfolio margining, Portfolios, President's Working Group on Financial Markets, principles-based approach, private pools of capital, private sector self-regulation, private transactions, prudential safety, public interest, public interest goals, public managed futures fund offerings, PWG, regions, regulation of intermediaries, regulatory framework, regulatory oversight, Regulatory Structure, retail customers, retail foreign exchange (FX), risk management, risk-based performance bond system, rules-based approach, safe harbor, SEC, securities, Securities and Exchange Commission, security futures, short, Sound Practices for Hedge Fund Managers, soundness regulation, state regulators, state securities regulators, statutory core principles, stock index, stock price, stock world, substantial inefficiency, tired system of regulation, trading business activties, trading platforms, transactions, twin peaks model, U.S. capital market competitiveness, underlying asset, uniform set of basic principles of regulation, United Kingdom's Financial Services Authority (FSA), United States, unwarranted costs, valuation, wheat, wholesale,
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