Nov. 28, 2016
Making financial decisions based on the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president isn’t the most prudent approach to investing, Osler partner Riyaz Dattu tells the Law Times. In his article, Richard Cleroux examines the potential impact of Trump’s election on trade pacts involving Canada, and the trickle-down effect it may have on investments.
Riyaz, who specializes in international trade and investment law, advises clients not to make any knee-jerk reactions with their own investments. Instead, he preaches patience, telling the Law Times “business investments have to be thought out.” That could mean taking a wait-and-see approach to see how the markets play out, according to Riyaz.
Find out more by reading Richard Cleroux’s article “How to avoid getting Trumped” [PDF] in Law Times.