In response to questions from the agencies, the LSTA submitted a comment letter that answered questions on whether companies issuing institutional loans are audited by PCAOB-registered accountants, whether all investors in CLOs are QIBs, and whether the SEC has access to CLO trustee reports.
The LSTA responds to the Agencies’ Risk Retention Reproposal, dated August 28, 2013.
LSTA submitted a letter to the IRS and Treasury supporting the letter submitted by ISDA on August 28, 2013 as it pertains to FATCA’s reporting requirements for CLOs.
The LSTA filed a comment letter on the proposed regulations implementing the Volcker Rule urging the regulatory agencies to exclude CLOs from the Volcker Rule.
LSTA submitted a comment letter to the SEC on “Conflicts of Interests in Securitizations.
In response to the SEC’s Re-Proposal of Shelf Eligibility Requirements for Asset-Backed Securities, the LSTA submitted a comment letter recommending that any SEC-mandated disclosure requirements for CLOs reflect the unique characteristics of syndicated loans and CLOs.
The LSTA responds to the Agencies’ initial Risk Retention Proposal, dated April 29, 2011.
LSTA submitted a comment letter to the SEC and CFTC (the “Commissions”) that focuses on two issues raised by Title VII of Dodd Frank.
LSTA submitted to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC) a comment letter to highlight the importance of loan participations in the U.S. and global markets for syndicated loans.
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