As we reported last week, CFIUS reviewed a record number of transactions in 2021, according to the Committee’s latest report. For additional insights, we turned to Grigore Alexandru, who broke down the DoD’s unclassified CFIUS procedures for us earlier this year. His “top 10” takeaways are inside.
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A Congressional research agency has published an overview of key issues related to foreign investment and national security. The report provides a “plain English” summary of key positions and upcoming decisions for members of Congress. Details and the report are inside.
A new survey by Foreign Investment Watch shows that executives feel neither educated nor adequately prepared to comply with new FIRRMA rules. When asked how educated they felt about CFIUS rules or filing processes (on a scale of one to ten, with ten being “very prepared”) the average response was only four. Details inside.
CFIUS posted its annual report to Congress. Inside, we provide extensive details, including charts of notices, investigations and withdrawals, as well as an update on mitigation agreements, enforcement, time to respond by CFIUS, sectors and countries most impacted, and more.
This week, CFIUS filed its annual report to Congress, disclosing the latest data on investigations, notices withdrawn, average days to complete reviews, and more. Details, charts, highlights, and the full report are inside.
According to a study conducted by Foreign Investment Watch, CFIUS takes on average 178.6 days to review and investigate transactions for national security. Details, data, expert insights, and filing tips are inside…
Fast on the heels of a November 2019 update only two months ago, the Congressional Research Service provided a new January 2020 report on CFIUS.
Details on a GAO report that looked at fraud and national security risks to the Department of Defense, specifically when “opaque ownership structures” are employed by contractors.
Details on the CFIUS annual report to Congress, which showed significant increase in the number of notices filed by companies.
The latest CFIUS report to Congress noted that acquisitions by investors from China accounted for the largest number of notices filed each year from 2015 to 2017. Numbers inside…
This week, the Congressional Research Service updated a 41-page report on CFIUS. Details, contacts, and the report are inside.
Is CFIUS having a chilling impact on Chinese investment in the United States?