September 07, 2018
New York-based Partner David Mattingly told the Globe and Mail “Canadian pension funds are massive investors in the U.S.” despite rising trade tensions and tax changes, slowing cross-border deal making.
David went on to say these Canadian pension funds “have deep pockets and will continue to have an appetite for U.S. assets.”
The article discussed the deteriorating political and economic relationship that Canada has with the United States. This slowdown corresponds with the declining trade relations between the two countries along with the looming uncertainty surrounding NAFTA.
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