“ Political risk is the danger that the actions of governments might reduce the cash-flows that investors expect from their investments. ”
– The Economist magazine
Doing business in Toronto?
Toronto will elect a new municipal government in October, 2018.
How will the 2018 municipal election affect your business opportunities in Canada’s largest city? Will a change in mayor signal a change in policy that could affect the value of your investments? How will the make-up of Toronto City Council make your business more – or less– profitable?
- Which candidates are best-aligned with the interests of your business?
- How will residential & commercial property taxes trend from 2018 to 2022?
- How will your corporate plans fit with the new council’s priorities?
- Who do you need to know, and what do you need to know about them?
It’s one thing to follow the political campaigns of two major mayoral campaigns and judge the opportunities and risks inherent in their platforms. But, Toronto’s mayor has just one vote on City Council. Without council support, his or her agenda may be impossible to implement.
Tracking what’s happening and who’s likely to win in each of the city’s wards – and assessing how they will likely vote on issues that affect your business – is a full-time job. Ballacaine has a team of people dedicated to this task.
As a subscriber to our 2018 Toronto Political Risk Intelligence Series, you will receive regular updates on the status of the political campaign, expert analyses of key platform initiatives at mayoral and ward levels and our assessment of the impact on key issues of importance to your firm. We’ll work with you to identify those key issues most important to you, and customize our report to meet your needs.
You’ll also receive updates on key developments that change the election landscape, as they happen.
For more information on this elite service, contact us today.