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Chris Janiec is Americas Editor at Agri Investor. Based in New York, Janiec coordinates coverage of private investment into global food and agriculture with colleagues in London. Previously, Janiec covered non-bank capital markets for PEI’s Private Debt Investor, taught international relations and US foreign policy at China Foreign Affairs University in Beijing and worked as an analyst of petroleum and shipping markets in New York.
PGIM chief operating officer Taimur Hyat says other parts of the economy face greater risk of abrupt repricing due to the growing salience of climate risk.
Even amid record exports to the People’s Republic, an imposing backdrop of rivalry with China reminds US agriculture that its long-term growth must rely on more than one market.
Tom Eisenhauer says concerns around volatility, inflation and environmental risk that inspired him to launch the Canadian farmland firm in 2009 are even stronger today.
Board member Geoff Duyk says the company’s use of nutrients from wastewater bacteria and food and ag refuse reflects an evolving approach to waste across sectors of the US economy.
Robert Tichio says the $402.5m vehicle is hunting growth-oriented agriculture opportunities to match the SPAC market’s early focus on mobility, electrification and other carbon-transition subsectors.
The 2021 Responsible Investor Forum heard how the agriculture investing market’s well-developed themes of environmental risk management and stewardship are now at the center of discussions about post-pandemic capitalism.
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Founder Craig Wichner says the organic farmland manager’s $175m portfolio can help meet ‘intense’ demand for high-quality ESG-related offerings.
Vice president Andreas Davidsen says after 20 years of challenges the firm is to ‘focus more on the agribusiness value chain’.
A source familiar with the Nasdaq-listed healthy food and beverage company says plant-based toppings, creamers, powders and oat derivatives are among related markets potentially of interest.
Dwight Anderson says an improving commodity outlook and government attention on food supply chain risks are among factors helping create a material improvement in investor sentiment towards ag.
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