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Investing, Trading and Doing Deals in a Dynamic World 2019

Released on: Jan. 22, 2019
Running Time: 04:00:46

The first two years of the Trump Administration have ushered in an environment characterized by paradox. On the one hand the investment climate has rarely looked better: the US is experiencing a remarkably stable bull stock market, the world economy is growing, there are massive reserves of uncommitted international investment capital, reduced tax drag on investment dollars entering the US economy, a less intrusive regulatory environment in the US (with some key exceptions), and an Administration that is hungry to "get wins" by doing deals and creating US jobs. On the other hand, the political and policy environment is permeated by contention, anxiety, and uncertainty: an unpredictable President, the ascendance of nationalist politics and policies the US and internationally, a simmering US institutional crisis, strained US federal agencies, active reassessment of the cardinal US commitments to free trade and cooperative security in the post-World War II era, and a geopolitical environment of active great power competition.

This seminar will consider the impact and future trajectory of this paradox in three related policy contexts directly affecting the international business and deal environment: trade, investment, and competition. The seminar will bring together industry, financial, and policy experts; attorneys and professional service providers; US and foreign Government officials; and corporate executives who operate at the intersection of policy, trade, and finance to deliver interdisciplinary insight into the risks and opportunities of a dynamic world.

Lecture Topics [Total time 04:00:46]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Opening Remarks* [00:09:14]
    Randall Cook
  • Featured Speaker [00:46:10]
    David R Hanke
  • Investment – US and Non-US Foreign Direct Investment Trends, Developments and Predictions [00:59:46]
    Michael Garson, Angelo A. Liberatore, Aimen Mir, William A. Newman
  • Technology, Export Controls, and Defense Trade [01:04:25]
    Waqas Shahid, Michael J. Lowell, David A. Ring, Chris Simkins, Arthur Shulman
  • Treaties, Tariffs, and Trade Wars [01:01:10]
    Randall Cook, Adrienne Braumiller, Yong (Alex) Hao, Vanessa Sciarra, John Veroneau

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK
  • U.S. Department of the Treasury, Testimony of the Hon. Heath P. Tarbert Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs (January 25, 2018)
  • U.S. Department of the Treasury, Summary of the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018
  • Randall H. Cook, Rosanne Giambalvo and Steve Klemencic, Ankura Consulting Group, “FIRRMA Is Coming: How to Get Ready,” Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (June 28, 2018), https://corpgov.law.harvard.edu/2018/06/28/firrma-iscoming-how-to-get-ready/
    Randall H. Cook
  • Randall H. Cook, Mona Banerji and Steven Klemencic, Ankura Consulting Group, “Successful CFIUS Monitorships,” Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (July 23, 2018), https://corpgov.law.harvard.edu/2018/07/23/successful-cfius-monitorships/
    Randall H. Cook
  • FIRRMA’s Impact on Real Estate and Critical Infrastructure
    Randall H. Cook
  • Covington & Burling LLP, CFIUS Update: Treasury Department Issues Interim Rules, Expands Jurisdiction to Certain Non-Controlling Investments, and Establishes Mandatory Filing Requirements (October 11, 2018)
    John Veroneau
  • Waqas Shahid, Randall H. Cook, Michael Garson and Steve Klemencic, Ankura Consulting Group, US Introduces New Pilot Program to Review Foreign Investments in Companies Dealing with Critical Technologies (October 17, 2018)
    Waqas Shahid, Michael Garson, Randall H. Cook
  • U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Public Affairs Fact Sheet: Interim Regulations for FIRRMA Pilot Program (October 10, 2018)
  • 31 CFR §801 (RIN 1505–AC61): Determination and Temporary Provisions Pertaining to a Pilot Program to Review Certain Transactions Involving Foreign Persons and Critical Technologies, Federal Register, Vol. 83, No. 197 (October 11, 2018)
  • Waqas Shahid and Rachel Woloszynski, Ankura Consulting Group, Regulatory Compliance in the Age of Artificial Intelligence (June 27, 2018)
    Waqas Shahid
  • Michael E. Leiter, Ivan A. Schlager, Donald L. Vieira, Daniel J. Gerkin, Malcolm Tuesley and Nicholas A. Klein, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP & Affiliates, Tightened Restrictions on Technology Transfer Under the Export Control Reform Act (September 11, 2018)
    Ivan A. Schlager
  • U.S. Government Accountability Office, Report to the Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate, Weapon Systems Cybersecurity: DOD Just Beginning to Grapple with Scale of Vulnerabilities (October 2018)
  • The Practitioner Perspective
    Adrienne Braumiller
  • Anxious Deals: International Investments & Trade in a Time of Nationalism & Heightened Strategic Scrutiny (PowerPoint slides)
    Adrienne Braumiller
  • Wayne M. Morrison, Congressional Research Service, Enforcing U.S. Trade Laws: Section 301 and China, In Focus (Updated October 22, 2018)
  • Rachel F. Fefer, Vivian C. Jones, Keigh E. Hammond, Brandon J. Murrill, Michaela D. Platzer and Brock R. Williams, Congressional Research Service, Section 232 Investigations: Overview and Issues for Congress (Updated September 11, 2018)
  • Wayne M. Morrison, Congressional Research Service, China-U.S. Trade Issues (January 23, 2018)

Presentation Material

  • Overview of the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018
    David R Hanke
  • US and Non-US Foreign Direct Investment Trends, Developments, and Predictions
    Michael Garson, Angelo A. Liberatore, Aimen Mir, William A. Newman
  • Technology, Export Controls, and Defense Trade
    Michael J. Lowell, David A. Ring, Waqas Shahid, Arthur Shulman, Chris Simkins
  • Tariffs, Treaties and Trade Wars
    Adrienne Braumiller, Randall Cook, Yong (Alex) Hao, Jeremy Preiss, Vanessa Sciarra, John Veroneau
Chairperson(s)
Randall Cook ~ Senior Managing Director, Ankura Consulting Group
Speaker(s)
Adrienne Braumiller ~ Braumiller Law Group
Michael Garson ~ Senior Managing Director, Ankura Consulting Group
David R Hanke ~ former Professional Staff Member, U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence,
Yong (Alex) Hao ~ JunHe LLP
Angelo A. Liberatore ~ Managing Director, Credit Suisse
Michael J. Lowell ~ Reed Smith LLP
Aimen Mir ~ Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Investment Security,
William A. Newman ~ Barton LLP
David A. Ring ~ Wiggin & Dana LLP
Vanessa Sciarra ~ Vice President for Legal Affairs and Trade & Investment Policy, National Foreign Trade Council
Waqas Shahid ~ Senior Managing Director, Ankura Consulting Group
Arthur Shulman ~ Director – Licensing, Policy, Sanctions & Global Customs, Office of Internal Governance and Administration, Boeing Global Trade Controls
Chris Simkins ~ CEO, Corsha
John Veroneau ~ Covington & Burling LLP
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