The landscape for domestic and cross-border trade, investment and M&A is constantly evolving: insights to help you navigate the way.
The UK National Security and Investment Act: What is the impact?
This publication assess the impact of the new Act on a wide variety of investments and financing transactions.Find out more about The UK National Security and Investment Act: What is the impact?
Cross-Border M&A: A checklist of U.S. issues for non-U.S. acquirers
This publication provides an overview of some of the key issues that should be considered by non-U.S. acquirers contemplating acquisitions or other strategic investments in the United States.Find out more about Cross-Border M&A: A checklist of U.S. issues for non-U.S. acquirers
Streamlining Foreign Investment and CFIUS Processes
Foreign investment scrutiny is increasingly being applied to global M&A transactions The global trend for protectionism has led to more restrictive government measures This requires a more strategic and coordinated approach towards foreign investment rulesGo to external website: https://www.cliffordchance.com/content/dam/cliffordchance/briefings/2021/03/clifford-chance-global-foreign-investment-and-cfius-brochure2021.pdf
Trade in 2021: Five Trends to Watch
Trade adapting to COVID-19. US-China under the Biden administration. Trade and tech. International trade’s role in promoting climate change objectives. The future of the WTO and multilateralism.Find out more about Trade in 2021: Five Trends to Watch
The post-Brexit "EU-UK Trade and Cooperation" Agreement
Although the deal struck between the UK and EU provides for zero tariffs and quotas in relation to UK-EU trade in goods, there is a different trade landscape, particularly for services. For those operating across the new frontier it will be critical to understand how the new rules affect their business. In this briefing we summarise what has been agreed.Find out more about The post-Brexit "EU-UK Trade and Cooperation" Agreement
Changing Foreign Investment Regimes
There has been an increasing global trend towards tighter foreign investment controls to shield strategic industries and businesses from acquisitions by “foreign” investors. Since the EU Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Screening Regulation entered into force in April 2019, more and more Member States have intensified their focus on foreign investment controls. This briefing provides an overview of the operation of the Regulation and some key EU jurisdictions with foreign investment regimes.Find out more about Changing Foreign Investment Regimes
Redefining boundaries for you
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