Mofcom Approval of NXP/Qualcomm Likely Within Weeks

With additional reporting by Mingjie Wang – An approval from China’s Ministry of Commerce regarding Qualcomm’s acquisition of NXP Semiconductors is expectedfeatured

Genworth/Oceanwide Stalls at State Level

A source close to Delaware’s Department of Insurance told CTFN that nothing additional has been done on the Genworth-China Oceanwide merger review. The source indicated thatfeatured

Mofcom Decision on NXP/Qualcomm Could Follow EC by Weeks, Though Some Are Cautious on Timing

With additional reporting by Mingjie Wang – Views on the timing of the decision on the NXP Semiconductors-Qualcomm deal by China’s Ministry of Commerce appear to be split basedfeatured

Genworth/China Oceanwide Have Third Party Provider

During its annual shareholder meeting on December 13, Genworth said it was encouraged by the progress it is making on mitigation measures with a third-party provider designed tofeatured

Mofcom Retaliation for CFIUS Resistance Not Expected

A Beijing-based competition lawyer told CTFN that it is not in Mofcom’s best interest to consider retaliation against the increased US scrutiny of acquisitions with Chinese buyers. To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Pace of State Approvals Picks Up in Genworth/China Oceanwide Deal

China Oceanwide’s purchase of Genworth Financial for $2.7 billion has faced a number of hurdles, including multiple state insurance department reviews, as well as an in-depth examinationfeatured

CFIUS in a Time of Change

Highlights from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States’ annual report released late last monthfeatured

Genworth/China Oceanwide Working with Regulators

An attorney who worked on a previous China Oceanwide deal that successfully cleared the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States told CTFN that the Genworth dealfeatured

NXP/Qualcomm Mofcom Review Could See Extended Delay

With additional reporting by Rachel Rigby and Sarah Cohen – Mofcom’s review of San Diego-headquartered Qualcomm’s $47 billion deal to buy Netherlands-based NXP Semiconductors recently enteredfeatured

Financial System Risks Focus of MoneyGram/Ant Financial CFIUS Review

An issue that unites members of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States is a perceived threat to the American financial system and this is a significant reason behind thefeatured


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