Kroll at 5th National Conference on CFIUS & Team Telecom

January 30 - 31, 2019 | (Conference)
The Westin, Washington, D.C. City Center Washington, D.C , Countries

Kroll's CFIUS experts will be in D.C. for the 5th National Conference on CFIUS & Team Telecom, widely regarded as the premier event for the CFIUS and Team Telecom bar. The Kroll team will join government, industry and private practice experts for a worthwhile discussion of the most pressing issues affecting sensitive, high stakes transactions.


In addition to attending the event, our experts will share their insights in two panels:

Panel 1: The latest strategies for structuring mitigation agreements and post-acquisition implementation: Updating your approach to evolving CFIUS requirements and trends

Schedule: Jan 30, 3:45 p.m. (EST)

Topics include

  • Examining how the new legislation is going to affect mitigation requirements and agreements
  • Exploring new and interesting ways to address mitigation
  • Trends in the type and frequency of mitigation – assessing the types of cases that are amenable to mitigation
  • Post-Acquisition: managing the costs and day-to-day impact of complying with mitigation requirements


  • Tyrone Brown - Deputy Chief, Foreign Investment Review Staff U.S. Department of Justice
  • Robert Watson - Associate Director, Global Markets & Investments Mitigation and Compliance Team U.S Department of Defense
  • Gregory Michaels - Managing Director, Cyber Risk Kroll
  • Bruce Andrews - Vice President for Global Public Policy SoftBank Group (Former Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce)

Panel 2: Private equity and real estate experts discuss the new scope of CFIUS jurisdiction and overcoming CFIUS challenges.

Schedule: Jan 31, 10:45 a.m. (EST)

Topics include

  • Analyzing the new FIRRMA investment funds provisions and understanding their implications for companies working with private equity or other capital funds
  • Clarifying CFIUS’s treatment of certain indirect investment funds (those involving “critical technologies,” “critical infrastructure” or U.S. citizen personal data)


  • Jason Mulvihill - General Counsel, Interim CEO American Investment Council
  • Nicole Y. Lamb-Hale - Managing Director, Business Intelligence & Investigations Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps