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International equities

Investing in world-leading companies, primarily outside the US, with the potential to grow significantly over the next five years and beyond.

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Why invest in international equities?

International growth companies offer a way to diversify your portfolio. They span various sectors, from engineering and medicine to luxury goods and the energy transition. We focus on businesses that can deliver superior long-term returns. We’ve managed international portfolios since the early 1980s, giving our North American clients exposure to growth companies from outside the US.

How do we invest in international equities?

Goods, people, and capital don’t move as freely as they used to. That’s led to a dynamic international investment landscape. 

This rapidly evolving environment creates new business opportunities. And we’re committed to discovering companies that can benefit from it and bring you strong returns. 

International equities strategies

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Important information

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Trade Matching Statement

This Trade-Matching Statement is being provided in accordance with National Instrument 24-101 -"Institutional Trade Matching and Settlement" and Companion Policy 24-101 CP (the "National
Instrument"). It applies to all trades that are subject to the National Instrument. View the whole statement.