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MFA Statement on the SEC’s Finalization of its Rule on Schedules 13D and G

Today, MFA released the following statement from MFA President and CEO Bryan Corbett in response to the SEC finalizing its rule on Schedules 13D and G.


“MFA appreciates that the SEC modified its final rule on Schedules 13D and G. However, MFA remains concerned with the Commission’s justification for moving notification from 10 days to five business days, cost-benefit analysis, and guidance included in the final rule regarding cash-settled derivative securities and group definition.” 



About the Global Alternative Asset Management Industry

The global alternative asset management industry, including hedge funds, credit funds, and crossover funds, has assets under management of $4 trillion (Q4 2022). The industry serves thousands of public and private pension funds, charitable endowments, foundations, sovereign governments, and other global institutional investors by providing portfolio diversification and risk-adjusted returns to help meet their funding obligations and return targets.

About Managed Funds Association

Managed Funds Association (MFA), based in Washington, DC, New York, Brussels, and London, represents the global alternative asset management industry. MFA’s mission is to advance the ability of alternative asset managers to raise capital, invest, and generate returns for their beneficiaries. MFA advocates on behalf of its membership and convenes stakeholders to address global regulatory, operational, and business issues. MFA has more than 170 member firms, including traditional hedge funds, credit funds, and crossover funds, that collectively manage nearly $3 trillion across a diverse group of investment strategies. Member firms help pension plans, university endowments, charitable foundations, and other institutional investors to diversify their investments, manage risk, and generate attractive returns over time.

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