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On 11 July 2023, the UK government published its second annual report on the operation of the UK’s National Security and Investment (NSI) regime. The report covers the period from 1 April 2022 to 31 March 2023, making it the first report to cover a full year since the regime came into force on 4 January 2022. Overall, the second annual report reaffirms the general conclusions from the first report published in June 2022 (see Cooley’s client alert coverage) indicating that the regime appears to be operating well, with the vast majority of clearances obtained within the statutory time frame. No penalties have been imposed for noncompliance, and there have been no criminal prosecutions or judicial reviews of decisions under the new regime.
Strikingly, however, over the past year, the government has intervened on 15 occasions, with the issue of final orders to block, unwind or impose conditions on acquisitions, which is higher than initially anticipated and higher than the intervention rate of other UK regulatory regimes, such as merger control.
Significant highlights from the report include:
Reflective of our experience to date, the findings in the annual report show that the government is able to clear the vast majority of transactions within the initial 30-working day screening period and is not afraid to use its powers under the regime to call in non-notified transactions and/or to extend time periods.
Interestingly, in the last 12 months, 15 final orders were issued out of 866 notified transactions – i.e., less than 2% of cases. The NSI regime therefore casts a wide net to ultimately intervene in a small minority of transactions. This raises the question of whether the regime is correctly calibrated to achieve the government’s stated objective of being as ‘business-friendly and pro-investment as possible’.
Moreover, while the regime is country-agnostic and applies equally to UK and foreign investments, it is striking that notifications from Chinese investors represented less than 5% of total notifications yet the majority of call-ins and four out of the five prohibition decisions. This mismatch again raises the question of whether the regime effectively captures deals raising national security risks while otherwise preserving an open investment environment.
Finally, while the annual report provides some helpful additional information that goes beyond what is required under statute, it is noted that it does not discuss the government’s approach to remedies, nor the substance of the NSI review process, including engagement with parties and third parties. While this is not totally unsurprising, it means that there is still a long way to go to ensuring transparency and predictability about the regime.
Please reach out to us if you have any questions about the UK NSI regime.
Cooley trainees Athina Gaki and Arsalan Shamsuddin also contributed to this alert.
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