Understanding CFIUS enforcement priorities post-FIRRMA to prepare for future regulations
A deep-dive into the tightened regulations on investment practices aimed towards TID businesses to inform, update, and advise companies on what they can do to not miss out on valuable investment opportunities.
Providing thorough analysis of new CFIUS rules and updates to FIRRMA
Discussing steps to take to ensure your business remains compliant
Determining how new enforcements will affect your business
Senior Treasury Official, US Department of the Treasury
Defining “Sensitive Data” through the Eyes of Regulators to Determine Who Will be Affected
Does your company maintain or collect, directly or indirectly, sensitive or personal data of US citizens? If so, then you will most likely be impacted by new CFIUS rules. Learn what you can do to protect your customers and ensure information isn’t getting into unwanted hands.
Addressing various levels of data to determine what warrants protection
Ensuring proper measures are taken to safeguard important information
Sharing solutions on how to protect data and keeping sensitive information in-house
Addressing the Impact and Reacting to an Enforcement Action
How will an enforcement action affect your business? Learn how to respond to navigate an enforcement to ensure your will not be losing out on important opportunities, while also complying with regulations
Analyzing the effects an enforcement has on your business
Strategizing ways to approach obstacles to mitigate risks
Benchmarking Strategies in order to Not Miss Out on Important Investment Opportunities
Compliance is one thing, but the real questions is how can TID businesses expect to grow in the wake of new regulations? Learn key solutions in combating CFIUS and FIRRMA regulations and seeking appropriate investments.
Constructing solid relationships and communication with current and future investors, whether local or foreign, to discuss what requirements must be met on either end
Performing due diligence on the front-end to adhere to the needs of regulators
Safeguarding data to mitigate risk and ensure information is protected
John E. Lash, Principal – Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence, Control Risks
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