In the face of the expanded Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) authorities, there is a substantial premium for investors and businesses to more effectively manage potential national security and CFIUS risks that could delay or hinder transactions. In this webinar our experts will discuss the implications of the new CFIUS and Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act (FIRRMA) regulations for M&A and other foreign investment, and how best to assess and mitigate those risks through business intelligence and the development of effective compliance and mitigation frameworks, including:
David A Holley
Executive vice president, K2 Intelligence Financial Integrity Network
David A Holley has more than 25 years of global investigations, business intelligence, corporate governance and regulatory compliance consulting experience. David draws on his decades of private-sector experience to provide pragmatic advice that integrates his investigative skill set and financial expertise with cutting-edge technology. He excels in the management of high-stakes civil and internal cross-border investigations and is an expert at navigating and mitigating the business and legal challenges posed by doing business in high-risk jurisdictions and industries. He frequently serves as a trusted adviser to a range of clients, including multinational corporations, global law firms, large financial institutions, audit committees, and special committees of boards of directors and their counsel.
Senior vice president, K2 Intelligence Financial Integrity Network
Himamauli Das has over 15 years of experience spearheading policy development and negotiations on topics in international economic policy such as sanctions, export control, financial regulation, national security, trade, foreign investment and inward investment regimes such as CFIUS in the United States, export promotion, climate and international institutions. Him uses his extensive experiences from his service as a senior policy official and an international lawyer with the White House, the National Security Council and National Economic Council and the Departments of State and the Treasury to support the firm’s work with risk assessments and training associated with financial crimes risk and compliance.