MFA Comment Letters

Topic: regulatory oversight

Comment Letter to the CFTC in Response to its Request for Comments on Position Limits for Derivatives03.28.11


MFA submitted comments to the CFTC in response to its request for comments on position limits for derivatives. MFA remains […]

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Topics: account aggregation requirements active trading program, aggregate all-months-combined, aggregate single-month, aggregate spot-month position limits, agricultural commodities, agricultural model, annual limits, annual recalculation methodology, annual renewal based exemption, application based exemption, approval based exemption, arbitrage exemption, Artificial limits, asset manager, audit, Barclays Capital, Bauer College of Business, benchmark contracts, Berlin wheat, bona fide hedger, calendar-spread exemption, cash market risk, cash market transaction, cash position, cash-settled contracts, CBOT, CFTC, CFTC docket no. 08-02, CFTC docket no. 11-05, Chicago onions, class limits, cleared bilateral contracts, CME, commercial hedgers, commercial participants, Commission Energy Complex Report, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, commodity market, commodity pool operator, commodity trading advisor, commodity trading advisors, common parent, conditional-spot month limit, control standard, corporate enterprises, CPO, Credit Agricole, cross-ownership of traders, crowding out provision, crude oil futures, CTA, CTFC Inter-Agency Task Force on Commodity Markets, DCMs, deferred month positions, deliverable supply, delivery point, delta, derivatives, directional position, disaggregation relief, disclosure documents, disorderly markets, eligible entity, energy market infrastructure, energy price volatility, Energy Risk, enforcement, enumerated agricultural commodities, equity interest, excessive speculation, FCMs, federal limits, financial cal spread options, financial institution, forward position, front month position, funds of funds, future commission merchants, futures, futures class all-months-combined, futures class single-month, futures market, GAO, global commodity, Global Energy Management Institute, hedge funds, hedging transaction, HH natural gas, HM Treasury Global Commodities, House Committee on Agriculture, hypothetical portfolios, IMF World Economic outlook, IMG, independent account controller exemption, independent third party, independently controlled accounts, independently controlled and managed trader, index fund manager, individual class rules, inter-commodity spread exemption, inter-commodity spread transactions, interest rates, International Organization of Securities Commission, interstate commerce, IOSCO, IOSCO Technical Committee, Jacks Study, JP Morgan, KCBOT, large trader data, last day swaps, legacy position limits, liquid price discovery, liquidity provisions, long positions, market depth, market liquidity, market manipulation, market surveillance, metal commodity, no-action relief, non-cleared bilateral contracts, non-financial entity exemption, non-spot position limits, NYBOT, NYMEX crude oil price, NYMEX Henery Hub Natural Gas contract, OECD Food, OECD publishing, offsetting positions, open interest, open interest formula, operating company, option contract, options, order routing arrangement, OTC, outright positions, passive investors, passive trading program, pension plan, penultimate swaps, percentage interest, physical cal spread options, physical commodity, physical commodity deliverable, physical options, physically delivered contracts, Pirrong Testimony, PKVerleger LLC, pool participant, pool participant exemption, position limits, position visibility, pre-existing position exemption, price discovery, price risk, price spikes, price volatility, private equity investments, real-time basis, referenced contracts, regulatory oversight, reporting obligation, reporting requirements, risk management, risk transfer, risk-shifting market, rounding, seasonal variation, seasonality, self-executing disaggregation, short positions, significant price discovery contracts, speculative investment, speculative trading ventures, spot month, spot-month position limits, squeezes, statement of reporting trader, stock indices, submarket, supply and demand, surveillance, swap contract, swap dealer hedge exemption, swaps class all-months-combined, swaps class single-month, swaptions, The Economist, U.S. dollar, U.S. futures exchange, UK Treasury, university endowment, University of Calgary, University of Houston, Wall St. Journal, WTI,

MFA Comments to SEC on FINRA Regulation of Compensation, Fees and Expenses in Public Offerings of Real Estate Investment Trusts and Direct Participation Programs06.04.08


MFA submitted a comment letter to the SEC on FINRA’s rule 2810 with respect to trail commissions along with the […]

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,

MFA Submits Comment Letter to FSA Regarding Discussion Paper “Hedge funds: A discussion of risk and regulatory engagement”10.28.05


MFA Comment Letter to UK’s FSA re: Discussion Paper on Hedge Funds

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Topics: absolute return Absolute Return Magazine, absolute return strategies, AIMA, alternative investment industry, Alternative Investment Management Association, assets under management, AUM, bank, Ben Bernanke, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Canada, Cash Flow, cash management, CFTC, collateral, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, compliance burden, counterparties, counterparty risk management policy, credit derivatives, credit risk, dealers, Delaware, Department of the Treasury, derivatives, derivatives markets, derivatives transactions, disclosures, drawdown, due diligence, Fair Value, financial instrument, Financial Services Authority, Fraud, FSA, FTSE-250, fund of funds, GAAP, generally accepted accounting principles, global financial marketplace, Greenwich Roundtable, Guide to Sound Practices for European Hedge Fund Managers, hard-to-value, hedge fund administrator, hedge fund adviser, hedge fund industry, hedge fund managers, hedge funds, high net worth requirements, illiquidity, implications of the growth of hedge funds, industry-led initiatives, institutional investors, internal controls, internal trading controls, International Organization of Securities Commissions, International Swaps and Dealers Association, investment bank, investors, IOSCO, ISDA, leverage, liquidity, liquidity risk, London, Long Term Capital Management, managed futures funds, market participants, market risk, MFA's 2005 Sound Practices, MFA's Sound Practices for Hedge Fund Managers, NAV, net asset value, net worth, New York, novation protocol, novations, Office of Risk Assessment, offshore, operational risk, Policy Makers, pooled investment vehicle, Portfolio Diversification, portfolio manager, President's Working Group on Financial Markets, price discovery, private equity, private funds, PWG, real estate funds, Redemption, regulatory arbitrage, regulatory framework, regulatory oversight, retail funds, risk, risk management, risk position, Robert Jaeger, Roel Campos, S&P 500, SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, segregation, self-regulatory organization, short selling, side pockets, single-manager hedge funds, soft commission, sophisticated investors, Sound Practices, SRO, stress testing, trade associations, Transactional Practices, United Kingdom, United States, valuation, venture capital,
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