MFA Comment Letters

Topic: shareholders

MFA and AIMA Submit Joint Letter on CPSS-IOSCO Consultative Report on Financial Market Infrastructure Recovery10.11.13


MFA and AIMA submitted a joint letter to the Committee of Payment and Settlement Systems (CPSS) and the International Organisation […]

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Topics: AIMA Alternative Investment Management Association, bail-in, Bank for International Settlements, Bank for International Settlements Committee on Payments, bankruptcy, broker-dealer, buy-side firms, capital requirements, CCP, central counterparty, CFTC, clearing, clearing member, collateral, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, competition, conflict of interest, consultation paper, contagion, default, default management committees, default waterfall, Dodd-Frank Act, EMIR, ESMA, European Securities and Markets Authority, European Union, ex ante measures, exchange-traded, exchange-traded derivatives, financial stability, financial system, G20, haircuts, hedge, initial margin, International Organization of Securities Commissions, IOSCO, liquidity, majory security-based swap participant, mandatory clearing, margin, margin haircut, mark-to-market, market infrastructures, market participants, orderly liquidation, OTC derivatives, over-the-counter derivatives, physical commodity, portfolio, prudential regulators, regulatory framework, risk committees, risk management, security arragements, security-based swap clearing agencies, Security-Based Swap Dealer, security-based swap execution facility, sell-side firms, shareholders, stress-testing methodologies, systemic risk, systemically important financial market infrastructure, title transfer collateral arrangements, trading venues, trading volume, transparency, uncleared derivative, Unwind, variation margin,

MFA and AIMA Submit Letter on Canadian Early Warning Reporting System07.12.13


MFA and AIMA submitted a letter to Canadian regulators in response to proposed amendments to Canada’s Early Warning System and […]

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Topics: activist hedge fund AIMA, Alberta Investment Management Corporation, Alberta Securities Commission, Alternative Investment Management Association, Alternative Monthly Reporting, Andrew Vollmer, ASIC, Australia, Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Australian Stock Exchange, Autorite des Marches Financiers, Bank of Canada, banks, beneficial owners, board of directors, Brian Cheffins, British Columbia Investment Management Corporation, British Columbia Securities Commission, broker-dealer, Canada, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Canadian Coalition for Good Governance, Canadian Early Warning Reporting System, capital markets, Chotibhak Jotikasthira, confidentiality, contracts for difference, corporate governance, cost-benefit analysis, Counterparty, derivatives, disclosure and transparency rules, disclosures, eligible institutional investor, equity securities, EWR, FCA, Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan, Financial Conduct Authority, Google Finance, hedge funds, Hedge Funds Review, hedging, institutional investors, investment company, investor reporting, Issuer, Jeffrey Gordon, Kimber Report, liquidity, London Stock Exchange, Manitoba Securities Commission, MFA, Morningstar, National Bureau of Economic Research, New Brunswick Securities Commission, New York Stock Exchange, Nickolay Gantchev, non-objecting beneficial owners, Nova Scotia Securities Commission, OMERS Administration Corporation, Ontario Securities Commission, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, OTC derivatives, Paul Wolfson, performance, qualified investors, regulatory regime, relevant interests, remuneration, reporting, return on assets, Reuters, Ronald Gilson, SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, Securities Commission of Newfoundland and Labrador, securities law, SEDAR, SEDI, Seeking Alpha, shareholders, StockCharts, Stockhouse, Superintendent of Securities Northwest Territories, Superintendent of Securities Nunavut, Superintendent of Securities Prince Edward Island, Superintendent of Securities Yukon Territory, System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval, System for Insider Data on Insiders, TELUS Corporation, The Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, TMX Group Limited, total return swaps, transparency, TSX, TSX Venture Exchange, United Kingdom, voting shares, Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP, Yahoo!Finance,

MFA Submits Comments on AIFMD Remuneration09.27.12


MFA submitted comments to the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) on its consultation on guidelines on sound remuneration policies […]

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Topics: affiliated group AIFM, AIFMD, alignment of interests, alternative instruments, Annual Report, assets under management, audit, AUM, Balance Sheet, bank, bonuses, capital requirements, carried interest, chief compliance officer, Claw-Back, commissions, compliance, compliance staff, Confidential Information, consultation paper, control function, control functions, Council of the European Union, counsel, credit institutions, deferral of remuneration and pension, deferred remuneration, delegate, deposit-taking entity, Disclosure, distributions, ESMA, EU, EU Passport, European Commission, European Parliament, European Securities and Markets Authority, European Union, excessive risk-taking, fee structure, fees, financial institutions, financial stability, governing body, government insurance, hedge fund managers, hedge funds, Identified Staff, institutional investor, Insurance, investors, junior partner, Limited Liability Company, limited liability partnership, LLC, LLP, management bodies, management committees, marketing, material risk, Member State, Member State competent authorities, MiFID, MiFID firms, minimum capital requirements, non-deferred remuneration, non-EU AIFM, non-executive directors, operational risk, other risk taker, own account dealer, owner-managed AIFM, parent company, pension, performance fee, performance measures, Policy Makers, private placement, private placement regime, proportionality principle, public shareholders, redemption rights, Regulators, RemCo, remuneration, remuneration policies, retention policy, risk alignment, risk management, risk profile, Senior Management, service providers, shareholders, sophisticated investors, stakeholders, tax, Tax Implications, third country, UCITS, underperformance, United Kingdom, variable remuneration,

MFA and AIMA Submit Comments to CFTC on Cross-Border Guidance08.28.12


MFA and AIMA jointly submitted a comment letter to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) on its “Proposed Interpretive Guidance […]

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Topics: accredited investors African Development Bank, AIMA, Alternative Investment Management Association, Asian Development Bank, banks, Business Conduct Standards, buy-side firms, CFTC, chief compliance officer, clearing, collective investment vehicles, comment letter, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, commodity pool, commodity pool operator, commodity swaps, compliance costs, Corporation, cost-benefit analysis, Council of the European Union, counterparties, CPO, CPO registration requirements, Dealer, dealers, Department of the Treasury, derivatives, derivatives markets, direct or indirect ownership, duplicative regulation, entity-level requirement, ESMA, estate, European Parliament, European Securities and Markets Authority, execution, fiduciary, financial crisis, financial stability, financial system, foreign banks, foreign entity, Form CPO-PQR, fund, fund of funds, G20, G20 commitments, general partnerships, hedge fund administrator, hedge fund industry, hedge fund managers, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, income tax, Inter-American Development Bank, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, international harmonization of regulations, International Monetary Fund, International Organization of Securities Commissions, interpretive guidance, IOSCO, Jill Sommers, joint-stock company, limited liability companies, listed entity, Look Through, major swap participants, majority ownership, margining, market impact, market participants, Monetary Authority of Singapore, MSPs, natural person, non-U.S. investment fund, non-U.S. market participants, non-U.S. persons, OTC derivatives, OTC derivatives market, over-the-counter derivatives, partnership, pension plans, Policy Makers, pooled accounts, portfolio reconciliation, prime brokers, qualified eligible person, real-time public reporting, registration, regulatory framework, regulatory requirements, reporting party, risk management, Scott O'Malia, SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, Securities and Futures Commission, segregation, sell-side firms, shareholders, Singapore, substituted compliance, swap data recordkeeping, swap data reporting, swap data repository, swap dealer, swaps, swaps processing, third country, trade confirmations, transaction cost, transaction-level requirements, transparency, Trust, U.S. person, uncleared swaps, United Nations,

MFA Comments to IRS on Application of FBAR to Private Investment Funds and Related Issues10.05.09


MFA submitted a letter to the IRS in response to IRS Notice 2009-62, which requests comments and recommendations concerning the […]

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Topics: bank account banks, broker-dealer, chief financial officer, commingled fund, Corporation, covered foreign financial account, Deferred Fees, Department of the Treasury, domestic corporation, domestic estate or trust, domestic partnership, domestic taxpayers, Douglas H. Shulman, effectively connected income, FBAR, filing obligation, financial accounts, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, financial institutions, financial interest, FinCEN, FIRPTA, foreign corporations, foreign financial account, foreign financial agencies, foreign prime brokerage, Form 1065, Form 5471, Form 8621, Form 8865, Form 926, hedge fund management companies, hedge fund manager, hedge funds, Internal Revenue Code, Internal Revenue Service, investment fund management company, Investment Fund Managers, investment officer, investors, IRS, James H. Freis, liquidity, Lock-up, master fund, Michael Mundaca, money laundering, mutual funds, Neal S. Wolin, New York State Bar Association, non-public companies, non-U.S. hedge fund, non-U.S. hedge funds, non-U.S. investors, non-U.S. private equity fund, officer, open-ended mutual funds, Other Account Authority, other authority, partner, partnership, Passive Foreign Investment Companies, persons in and doing business in the United States, PFIC shareholder filing requirements, PFICs, portfolio manager, primary owner, private equity funds, private investment funds, private sector, publicly-held companies, redemption policy, redemption terms, Reports of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts, safe harbor, securities account, shareholders, signatory authority, Tax Section of the New York State Bar Association, third party transfers, U.S. tax return, U.S.-based manager, U.S.-based managers, United States Person, Workbook on the Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts,
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