Our 2023 Event has Concluded
American Conference Institute’s 10th National Conference on CFIUS will provide invaluable insights on repositioning your transaction planning amidst this rapidly evolving landscape.
2023 event highlights included
- Non-Notified Transactions: Unpacking How the Committee is Now Approaching Reviews and Approvals – and the Timelines
- Biden Executive Order: Personal Sensitive Data and Mandatory Cyber Incident Filings
- Perspectives from General Counsel: Their Evolving Roles for Meeting CFIUS Standards
- In-House Executive Perspectives on Mitigation: How C-Suite Leaders are Approaching CFIUS Mitigation, Operational Challenges, Cybersecurity and More
- Reverse CFIUS? Preparing for the Future of Outbound Investments Scrutiny
2023 Government Faculty included
Eric S. Johnson
Principal Deputy Chief, National Security Division, Foreign Investment Review Section
U.S. Department of Justice
Attorney Advisor, National Security Division, Foreign Investment Review Section
U.S. Department of Justice
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Office of Investment Security
U.S. Department of the Treasury
J. Philip Ludvigson
King & Spalding LLP
Former Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary/Director, Office of Investment Security (CFIUS), U.S. Department of the Treasury
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
About the Conference
Obtain Invaluable Insights on Repositioning Your Transaction Planning.
The CFIUS Sector is preparing for a robust review. President Joe Biden signed an Executive Order with an aim to “Ensure Robust Reviews of Evolving National Security Risks by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States,” released September 2022. The EO directs CFIUS to consider transactions through five lenses. How will this new approach affect CFIUS transactions?
CFIUS will be more closely scrutinizing how transactions effect the resiliency of U.S. supply chains, technology, national security, cybersecurity, and persons sensitive data. This comes as the evolving CFIUS regulations are creating an environment of assessment, review, execution, and post-closing supervision that is far more complex than we have seen in CFIUS’s 30+ year history. As such, it is now critically important for global businesses to have access to the knowledge needed to make crucial decisions.
In this critical time for dealmakers and foreign investment, we invite you to join your peers at American Conference Institute’s 10th National Conference on CFIUS. Widely regarded as the premier event for the CFIUS bar, this conference will provide invaluable insights on repositioning your transaction planning amidst this rapidly evolving landscape.
ACI’s CFIUS conferences continuously feature an impressive lineup of leaders from government, industry and private practice who provide the insight and analysis needed by dealmakers to navigate increasingly complicated rules and to get deals done in today’s challenging environment.
I enjoyed the quality of the speakers, the setting, and the policy discussions.
Great energy, in person, excellent panel speaks, good topics, nice representation from recent former and current government officials.
The ability to meet in-person with the speakers and other conference attendees. The networking opportunities were greatly appreciated.
Very on-point panel topics. Also nice to have the lunch opportunities to meet folks and chat.