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China’s rise in global M&A: Here to stay

- China has become a key player in global cross-border M&A. Following almost a decade of consistent double-digit growth, in 2016 China became the second-largest global investor behind the United States with US$140 billion in...more

The flood of inbound M&A and outlook for 2017

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

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

Global trends in merger control enforcement

This report presents our analysis of the application of merger control rules in 2016 by the antitrust authorities in 26 jurisdictions, focussing on the U.S., EU and China. We give you not only the headlines but the story...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

Mining & Metals 2017: A tentative return to form

With miners staging a recovery on equity markets in 2016 and China concerns easing, growth is back on the agenda. But the recovery is not without its challenges and uncertainties....more

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

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

Three Chinese Citizens Charged with Hacking New York Law Firms

Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York announced that three Chinese citizens have been charged for attempting to hack into seven law firms that were involved in mergers and acquisitions, in...more

Indictment Issued in Law Firm Hacks

In what New York’s top federal prosecutor called a “wake-up call for law firms around the world,” three Chinese citizens have been charged with hacking into the servers of two prominent – but unidentified – international law...more

Key Challenges for Chinese Investors in Europe and How to Tackle Them

What are some of the key hurdles and obstacles for Chinese investors in Europe? Tips on how to manage them. Chinese outbound foreign direct investment ("ODI") has grown rapidly in Europe. 2016 was no exception, and...more

Global trends in fintech dealmaking

North America dominates the fintech landscape, but competition from Asia and Europe is rising. Silicon Valley and North America have been key to fuelling the growth of fintech since its infancy. In each of the past six...more

International News: Focus on International Dispute Resolution

Overview of the Proposed Reforms of the EU Merger Control Regime - In October 2016, the European Commission launched a public consultation to continue the process of identifying possible areas of the EU Merger Regulation...more

National security reviews: A global perspective — China

China is attempting to implement a more structured and comprehensive system to keep a closer eye on economic deals that might have security implications - A ministerial review panel established by China's Ministry of...more

Chinese Investment in the United States – Prospects for the Trump Presidency

An important thing for people interested in U.S.-China commercial and financial relations to consider in connection with Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election on November 8, 2016 is that no one can know with...more

Reducing M&A risks related to national security reviews

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

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

Veteran’s Day in the US means Singles Day in China, the world’s biggest shopping day and a major test for Alibaba to keep growing on the day it helped invent....more

A New Era of China's Foreign Investment Regime

On September 3, 2016, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC) adopted the Decision on Revising Four Laws, Including the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprises...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

China’s expected to announce Q3 economic growth of 6.7 percent this week—a number envied by any other country in the world but the sign of major slowdown there. Dealbook looks at what, exactly, a less-gangbusters Chinese...more

Digging deeper: Chinese cross-border mining M&A steals the spotlight

Mining M&A is now a China story. The country has served as one of the few legitimate catalysts for deals since January 2015, closing 20 cross-border mining acquisitions worth approximately US$8.3 billion. The momentum has...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 9.1.16

Canada’s signaled an interest in joining the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank—often seen as China’s answer to the World Bank.  The bid is controversial at home for new PM Justin Trudeau, but it reflects the...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 8.23.16

The 2d Circuit has refused the DOJ’s motion for reconsideration of the panel’s May decision overturning a jury verdict and accompanying $1.27 billion fine against Bank of America over its “Hustle” mortgage generation program....more

$6 Billion Chinese Acquisition Bid Submitted for CFIUS Review Serves as a Wake-Up Call for Companies to Evaluate and Mitigate...

In late July 2016, U.S. technology distributor Ingram Micro, Inc. (Ingram) announced that it would submit its pending $6 billion acquisition by Chinese shipping company Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co. Ltd. to the Committee on...more

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