MFA Comment Letters

Topic: price efficiency

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,

Supplementary Letter to the SEC in Response to its Proposed Antifraud Rule with Respect to Security-Based Swaps03.29.11


MFA submitted a letter to supplement our December 23, 2010 letter to the SEC in response to its proposed antifraud […]

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Topics: anti-fraud rule assignment, assignments, automatic stay provisions, Bank of International Settlements, Bankruptcy Code, bankruptcy proceedings, bilateral contracts, BIS, capital formation, CDS market, clearing agreement, collateral, competition, context, conveyance of rights/obligations, corporate actions, corporate loans, cost-benefit analysis, counterparty defaults, credit default swaps, credit events, credit exposure, Deception, definitions, derivatives market, disruption events, equity exposure, equity linked forwards, equity-linked swaps, exchange, execution, extinguishment of rights/obligations, fair dealing, FCIC, financial crisis, Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, Financial Stability Board, Fraud, high yield bonds, honest markets, institutional leveraged loans, interim payments, International Swaps and Derivatives Association Inc, investment grade bonds, investment grade loans, investor confidence, ISDA master agreement, LBO-related loans, legitimate market activity, legitimate market participation, leveraged loans, Loan market Review, Manipulation, material dislocation, material non-public information, maturity date, non-index multi-name credit default swaps, novations, premium payments, price discovery, price discovery process, price efficiency, primary debt issuance, primary participant, purchase, Reuters, sale, SEC, SEC v. Rotech, secondary participant, Securities and Exchange Commission, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, security based swap anti-fraud rule, security based swaps market, security-based swaps, single name credit default swaps, spread payments, statutory authorization, swap market, swaps market, systemic risk, termination, termination events, The Loan Syndications and Trading Association, total return swaps, transfer of rights/obligations, transferor, unallocated swaps, underlying shares, unwinds, US OTC derivatives market,

MFA Comments in Response to the IOSCO Consultation Report on Hedge Funds Oversight04.30.09


MFA submitted a written response to the IOSCO Consultation Report on Hedge Funds Oversight. MFA’s comments focused on four key […]

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Topics: absolute return advisory relationships, alternative investment fund managers, Alternative Investment Management Association, Anti-Fraud Provisions, banking, best practices, bilateral solutions, business-process objectives, buyers, capital, capital markets, CDS, centralized clearing, clearinghouse platforms, Commission Bancaire of France, counter-cyclical force, credit default swaps, customer collateral, diligence process, distressed assets, EC, endowments, equities, equity derivative confirmations, European Commission, Fannie Mae, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Financial Research Corp. counterparties, Financial Stability Forum, Freddie Mac, FSA, G-20, global crisis, global integration, Hedge Fund Standards Board, hedge funds, Hedge Funds Oversight: Consulation Report, high-water mark, insider trading, investor confidence, Investor Protection, IOSCO, Lehman Brothers, liquidity, Long Term Capital Management, Lord Adair Turner, management fee, Market Confidence, market integrity, MFA's Sound Practices for Hedge Fund Managers, minimum capital requirements, moral hazards, mutual fund, OMG, Operations Management Group, orderly dissolution, OTC derivatives, over-the-counter derivatives, pension plans, performance compensation, President's Working Group's Asset Managers' Committee, price efficiency, prime brokers, private pools, proprietary information, public disclosure, regulation, residential mortgage lending, Rulemaking, securities laws, sellers, selling short, stability, standardized disclosures, systemic risk, Task Force on Unregulated Financial Entities, Technical Committee of the Internationl Organization of Securities Comissions, transparency, U.K. Financial Services Authority,

MFA Comment Letter to Canadian Securities Administrators on Registration Reform06.29.07


MFA submits comments and attachment to the Canadian Securities Administrators on Canadian registration reform.

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Topics: (NI31-103) absolute return strategies, accredited investors, accredited natural person, Administrative Costs, adviser registration, advisers, Alberta Securities Commission, alternative investment history, alternative investment opportunities, alternative investment vehicles, annual income threshold, assets under management, AUM, Autorite des Marches Financiers, British Columbia Securities Commission, broker-dealer, Canada, Canadian Securities Administrators', capital, capital markets, capital raising, CFTC, commodity futures, Commodity futures act, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, CSA, dealer registration exemption, dealer registration requirements, dealer registrayion exemption, defined term, Department of the Treasury, disclosure obligations, distressed, educational outreach, EU, European Union, exempt market trades, exposure, Federal Reserve Board, financial eligibility, financial institutions, financial markets, financing, flow-through analysis, Fraud, fund of funds, fund units, fund-of-funds, funds, global alternative investment industry, global financial marketplace, grandfather provision, hedge fund consultant, hedge fund industry, hedge funds, hedging, income tests for inflation, international capital markets, international investment fund manager, international portfolio manager, investment company, investment sophistication, Labrador, large activist posistions, leveraged buyout, limited market dealers, liquidity, managed futures funds, Manitoba Securities Commission, market intermediaries, National instrument 45-106, natural persons, net worth threshold, New Brunswick Securities Commission, Non-Canadian Hedge Fund Securities, Non-Ontario Regime, non-resident dealers, non-resident exemptions, Nova Scotia Securities Commission, offering document, offering memorandum, offshore investment vehicles, oil and gas, Ontario Regime, Ontario registered dealer, Ontario Securities Commission, pension plans, policymakers, pooled investment products, President's Working Group on Financial Markets, price efficiency, private equity, private equity funds, private investment vehicles, private placement, private pools of capital, privately offered fund, professional investment management for hedge fund managers, Proposed National Instrument 31-103, Prospects and Registration Exemptions, prospectus exemption, PWG, real estate funds, Register of Securities Northwest Territories, Register of Securities Nunavut, Register of Securities Prince Edward Island, Register of Securities Yukon Territory, registered broker-dealer, registration requirements, regulation, regulatory authorities, Regulatory Authority, regulatory regimes, retirement plans, risk distribution, risk-adjusted performance, Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission, securities, sophisticated investors, standards, Superintendent of Securities Newfoundland and Labrador, U.S. federal securities laws, United Kingdom, venture capital, well-developed capital markets, White Paper,

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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