Looking to Expand into Canada? Tips from our Cross Border Experts
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Our cross border campaign, Expertise in Action, offers tips and insights for U.S.-based companies that are looking to expand their businesses north of the border. You will see a series of cross border content here as well as on our Doing Business in Canada page from BMO’s Economics, Commercial Banking and M&A groups. Get started with our special report below:
To mark the upcoming one-year anniversary of the signing, our economists prepared this article that provides an update on deal-related developments for the USMCA and where it currently stands today.
You can read it here.
With Canada being the largest destination for U.S. exports and the third largest origin for U.S. imports, our experts put a spotlight on why trade is important in this article.
You can read it here.
When U.S. businesses operate in Canada, the challenges they face are usually caused by 3 issues:
- The structure of their organization
- The resources they put in place
- The partners they work with
Watch the short video here to learn more.
"Whether the USMCA is ratified in 2019 or 2021, the agreement—or something like it—will be ratified by all three countries because the North American trading relationship is just too important."—David Jacobson, Vice Chair of BMO Financial Group, and who served as the 22nd United States Ambassador to Canada from 2009 to 2013.
Learn more about this agreement by reading the article here.
For U.S.-based manufacturing companies looking to expand into international markets, Canada represents a logical entry point. From the nature of its economy to its location, Canada offers plenty of opportunities.
Read the article here to learn more.
U.S. companies with the greatest success in northbound M&A are typically those with experience and comfort around the cross-border legal and tax frameworks.
Read the article here to learn some keys to success for businesses acquiring into Canada.
Our new cross border campaign offers tips and insights for U.S.-based companies that are looking to expand their businesses north of the border.
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