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    This list, while not exhaustive, highlights issues that United States lenders must consider when engaging in cross-border loan transactions.

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    This Quick Overview addresses how Bankability, or the ability to obtain banks' funding, can be a life or death sentence for any transaction requiring borrowed funds in Canada and the United States.

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    This Quick Overview addresses the toppling of corporate giants that occurred during the subprime mortgage crisis and subsequent recession, and how investors became increasingly wary of corporate leadership and how it might affect the value of their shares in the United States.

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    Association of Corporate Counsel

    Global sanctions can present challenges to in-house counsel because sanctions can potentially impact the foreign businesses and individuals a US company may deal with. Geopolitical events can also affect a company’s interactions with vendors in other countries, which can in turn affect a US company’s customers and investors.

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    Interest Area: Compliance and Ethics
    Region: Global
    Audience: Deputy GC, Mid-Career, CLO / GC, Large Law Departments
    Association of Corporate Counsel

    The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has seen billions of dollars in settlements stemming from whistleblower claims, and the US Securities and Exchange Commission has seen an increase in whistleblower tips related to cryptocurrency.

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    Interest Area: Compliance and Ethics
    Region: United States
    Audience: Deputy GC, Mid-Career, CLO / GC, Legal Operations, Small Law Departments, Large Law Departments
    Association of Corporate Counsel

    During a government investigation in-house counsel must always protect the interests of the company, which may be different than the interests of employees. Companies can mitigate damage to their organization by cooperating with the government to obtain leniency. 

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    Region: United States
    Audience: Deputy GC, Mid-Career, CLO / GC, Legal Operations, Large Law Departments
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