Mergers and acquisitions pros are worried that Donald Trump may not be so great for the world of dealmaking.
A key tenet of Trump's presidential campaign is his criticism of government officials for poor dealmaking, particularly when it comes to trade deals and military treaties.
However, the corporate world's dealmakers believe a President Trump might hurt their own chances in the big money world of M&A.
A recent survey of investment bankers, development professionals and private equity leaders showed that 62 percent believe the presumptive GOP nominee will be bad for the global deal climate, according to Intralinks, an M&A content collaboration company that said it collected results from 1,500 respondents. He's viewed less favorably for the deal climate than his chief Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.