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China Capital Controls: Best Practices for Accelerating International Payments

Following the depreciation of Chinese currency RMB and the reduction in China’s foreign exchange reserves, foreign companies and individuals in China have met hurdles in moving their money out of China, and overseas companies...more

New PBOC Circular potentially raises the overseas borrowing ceiling for borrowers in China: but is it a game changer?

by Hogan Lovells on

On 11 January 2017, the People's Bank of China ("PBOC"), China's central bank, issued the People's Bank of China Circular on Matters relating to the Full Bore Macroprudential Administration of Cross-Border Financings ("New...more

Congress Considering CFIUS Reforms to Combat China’s Increased Investment in the U.S.

Recent articles in the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Examiner indicate that Senate leaders from both parties are working to craft legislation that would reform the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States...more

The flood of inbound M&A and outlook for 2017

by Dentons on

Despite its political turbulence, 2016 was a blockbuster year for inbound mergers and acquisitions in the US. According to Bloomberg, US inbound M&A hit an all-time peak of $586.7 billion, a 35.15 percent hike from 2015. In...more

CFIUS: Recent Developments and Trends

by White & Case LLP on

The past year has ushered in significant transformations in the cross-border M&A and US political landscapes, including a number of emerging developments and trends that have affected the review process of the Committee on...more

"Navigating the Challenges of Chinese Acquisitions of US Insurers"

Chinese investment in the U.S. insurance industry continued steadily in 2016, notwithstanding efforts by the Chinese government to impose new restrictions on outbound M&A. (See "Regional Focus: Asia.") Examples of such...more

"Regional Focus: Asia"

A number of economic and political factors, both domestic and international, influenced M&A and capital markets activity worldwide in 2016. Skadden attorneys Christopher W. Betts, Will H. Cai, Z. Julie Gao, Bradley A. Klein,...more

"Regional Focus: Europe"

Skadden attorneys James A. McDonald, Elizabeth Robertson and Robert W. Stirling in London; Pascal Bine and Olivier Diaz in Paris; and Matthias Horbach and Stephan Hutter in Frankfurt provide insights on the developments...more

CFIUS and the New Trump Administration: Your Top Ten Questions Answered

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

One of the themes of the Trump campaign was the need for enhanced national security. Although the Committee of Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) is not mentioned in Mr. Trump’s 100-day plan, it is highly likely...more

CFIUS: President-elect Trump’s Potential Big Stick for China and Foreign Trade

by Perkins Coie on

On the campaign trail, President-elect Trump adopted a contentious approach towards foreign trade, focusing on Chinese “theft of American trade secrets” and suggesting, at times, potential isolationism for U.S. businesses....more

International Trade Litigation and the New Trump Administration: Your Top Ten Questions Answered

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Globalization and the need to efficiently deploy corporate resources have led many multinational companies to establish global supply networks. Although these efforts often lead to the efficient deployment of capital,...more

The Shenzhen–Hong Kong Stock Connect

by Dechert LLP on

The Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong (SFC) and the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) issued a joint announcement on 25 November 2016 approving the launch of the long-awaited Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock...more

What Does the Promised Trade War Mean for Companies?

by Perkins Coie on

President-elect Donald Trump has promised action that could drastically change the rules for U.S. importers and exporters, foreign shippers to the United States and service providers. Whether and how these promises translate...more

Reducing M&A risks related to national security reviews

by White & Case LLP on

As national security reviews grow in impact, investors need to be mindful of potential adverse consequences resulting from such reviews International M&A deal advisors are acutely aware of the growing impact of national...more

"Looking Ahead: The U.S. Legal and Regulatory Environment Under a Trump Administration"

Election Day brought an end to a long period of uncertainty that caused market fluctuations and delayed business planning decisions. As we navigate the post-election landscape, many questions remain regarding the potential...more

Financial Services Quarterly Report - Third Quarter 2016: The Shenzhen–Hong Kong Stock Connect

by Dechert LLP on

The official announcement of the launch of the long-awaited Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect was jointly made by the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong (SFC) and the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC)...more

Cross-Border Financing Transactions between China and the U.S.

PLA today posts materials prepared by Norm Page, Chair of DWT’s China Practice and Adjunct Professor at the East China University of Political Science and Law, regarding cross-border financing transactions between China and...more

Tax Newsletter - March / April 2016 (China and Hong Kong)

by DLA Piper on

Welcome to the latest issue of our Tax Newsletter. In this issue, we have covered a number of developments and cases in the PRC and Hong Kong which could impose legal and tax implications to your business. In the PRC, an...more

China’s Central Bank Issues Further Guidance on Inbound Foreign Debt

by White & Case LLP on

On 29 April 2016, the People’s Bank of China (“PBOC”) promulgated the Circular on the Nationwide Implementation of Prudent Administration of Cross-Border Financings (the “PBOC Circular”). The PBOC Circular came into effect on...more

Reality and Trend of China’s Regulation on Payment Service by Non-Financial Institutions 2016

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

Understanding the payments regulatory environment in China—both the existing regime and pending developments—is essential for companies engaged in cross-border payments activities (particularly non-financial institutions). At...more

"Insights Conversations: Debunking CFIUS Myths"

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) is a critical component of cross-border deals involving U.S. targets. The head of Skadden's CFIUS practice, Ivan Schlager, and Palo Alto corporate partner Ken...more

China Eases Access to Interbank Bond Market by Overseas Financial Institutions

by K&L Gates LLP on

According to the Announcement of 2016 No. 3 (the “Announcement”) promulgated by the People’s Bank of China (the “PBOC”) on February 17, 2016, eligible offshore commercial banks, insurers, securities companies, asset managers,...more

"CFIUS Trends Inform Cross-Border Activity"

In a reflection of current M&A activity, Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) cases have shifted in their geographic and industry focuses over the years, from the United Kingdom and other locations to...more

The Evolving Landscape for Finance in Greater China

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

Hong Kong has long served as a financial center for Asia. Now, as demand for capital in mainland China increases, and Chinese restrictions are easing, the region is poised for greater cross-border activity in the financial...more

Cross-Border Investigations Update - November 2015

This issue of Skadden’s semiannual Cross-Border Investigations Update takes a close look at recent cases and enforcement trends, including developments in U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement; the introduction of...more

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