• Revised U.S. national security program may change the way you do business in the U.S.

    Under new rules in the United States, foreign persons are required to make mandatory filings for both controlling equity investments in U.S. “critical technology” companies and smaller, non-controlling equity investments in such businesses if a foreign person receives certain rights related to that business. What’s Important to Know? “Critical technology” includes traditional national security areas but is expected to soon include a variety of technologies associated with U.S. economic competitiveness. Transactions involving the acquisition of an equity interest of any size are subject to the new rules if certain rights accompany the equity rights, such as the right to a … Continue reading "Shir Antonovsky"
  • Capital Markets Update | April 2019

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has made it easier to keep confidential information out of company filings.