Toronto (Canada) – Fasken Martineau, a leading international business law and litigation firm, is pleased to announce its role in helping create Canada’s largest independent investment dealer with more than CDN $34 billion in client assets under the administration of more than 440 advisors and portfolio managers, by advising MacDougall, MacDougall & MacTier Inc. (“3Macs”) on its acquisition by Raymond James Ltd. (“Raymond James”).
A respected investment firm founded in 1849 before Canada’s Confederation, 3Macs complements Raymond James Ltd.’s existing private client business by adding 72 advisors who manage more than CDN $6 billion of client assets on behalf of individuals and families. Following the closing, 3Macs will continue to operate under the 3Macs brand as a division of Raymond James.
“This transaction provides a great example of how our Toronto and Montreal offices can combine their collective expertise in a number of diverse areas of the law to meet the needs of any client, at any scale,” said David Hausman, Fasken Martineau partner in Toronto.
Fasken Martineau advised MacDougall, MacDougall & MacTier Inc. on the transaction, with a team led by Aaron Atkinson including David Steinhauer, Constantinos Ragas, Alexandra Lazar and Matthew Quadrini (M&A); Chris Steeves and Corum Van Esch (Tax); Karen Sargeant (Employment); François Brais and Élise Renaud (Regulatory); David Hausman and Stéphanie Lapierre (Litigation).
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