In Person

Previously Recorded

ACI's 8th National Forum on CFIUS

April 26 – 27, 2022
Washington Plaza Hotel – 10 Thomas Circle, NW
Event details
April 26 – 27, 2022
12:00 – 12:00 am Eastern Standard Time
Washington Plaza Hotel – 10 Thomas Circle, NW
Washington, DC

Event summary

The American Conference Institute is back for the 8th National Forum on CFIUS. Widely regarded as the premier event for the CFIUS bar, this conference provides invaluable insights on repositioning transaction planning amidst this rapidly evolving landscape.

This conference reunites leaders from government, industry and private practice. Gain critical insight and analysis needed by dealmakers to navigate increasingly complicated rules and to get deals done in today’s challenging environment.  

For more information, please email Alexandra Chin-Sukhdeo.

Featured agenda item

Recent, Significant CFIUS Transactions and What They Reveal About Future Deals: Lesser-Known Takeaways from Magnachip, Tencent, TikTok, ByteDance and More

April 26, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm ET 
Cooley special counsel Bridget Reineking is a featured speaker.

This session will look at the precedent-setting action taken against Magnachip Semiconductor Ltd. and the practical questions and aftermath arising from this case. In addition, the speakers will discuss what type of coordination occurs with foreign governments and what is revealed for future transactions. 

  • Exploring CFIUS jurisdiction and what causes intervention in a transaction
  • What can now constitute a national security threat
  • What constitutes US business: The extent of a US nexus
  • Identifying what qualifies as a transaction?
  • What can be considered as interstate commerce under the regulations?
  • Discussing the potential impact of CFIUS involvement on the US stock exchanges

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