While the Committee for Foreign Investment in the US (“CFIUS”) may perhaps be the most widely known of such, it is only one in a broader network of government agencies similarly dedicated to scrutinizing and authorizing (or denying) foreign direct investments (“FDI”) around the world.

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Multinational transactions, particularly mergers and acquisitions, present many unique and often complex considerations which may invite additional regulatory review. Oftentimes, a transaction may be subject to reviews involving multiple regulatory agencies from each party’s respective country or countries. In such cases, the considerations and positions of each regulator or country can often conflict with the other. This is especially true when proposed transactions are deemed by one side to have potential national security ramifications. This particular concern is the primary purview of CFIUS reviews.

StoneTurn Partner Scott Boylan, Managing Director Nate Fisher, and Manager Monica Yun share important questions investors or sellers involved in multinational investments need to ask.

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Scott Boylan

Scott Boylan, a Partner with StoneTurn, has more than 30 years of experience in advising public- and private-sector organizations on a broad range of international legal and business issues, including […]

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Nathan D. Fisher

Nathan Fisher, a Managing Director with StoneTurn, brings over a decade of experience investigating national security threats to the U.S. government. As a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of […]

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Monica Yun

Monica Yun, a Manager with StoneTurn, brings experience in advising organizations on a broad range of international legal and business issues. She is involved in monitorships and audits mandated by the […]

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