US President Donald Trump in 2018 after signing a US$716 billion defence policy bill that included the expansion of the oversight powers of the Council on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS). Photo: AP

Wall Street finds silver lining even as trade war and US’ China security fears cause investment uncertainty: a growing demand for CFIUS consultancy

  • Expansion of authority for the Committee for Foreign Investment in the United States has created demand for advisers to help steward deals
  • ‘Like every deal has an antitrust approval, now CFIUS is right up there,’ one consultant said
Topic |   US-China trade war

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US President Donald Trump in 2018 after signing a US$716 billion defence policy bill that included the expansion of the oversight powers of the Council on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS). Photo: AP
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Jodi Xu Klein

Jodi Xu Klein

Jodi Xu Klein is an award-winning business journalist with 20 years of experience. She joined the Post in 2017, after a decade based in the US reporting for The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg. She was part of the Time Magazine team that won the Henry R. Luce Award, breaking the China SARS story.