MFA Comment Letters

Topic: private pools

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 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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