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In a first, New Forests portfolio company Forico will sell carbon credits generated from a new 630-hectare forest project to the government.
The fresh round of term loan financing agreed with Rabo AgriFinance will go to paying down debt maturing this year.
An investor group vocal about environmental issues says food companies and their financial backers should use an internal ‘shadow price’ to account for future costs applied to protein production.
The US company's deal for the UK-based cold storage provider is its third European acquisition this year.
After a successful 10 years at the helm of the sovereign wealth fund, Adrian Orr is returning to the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, this time as governor.
Six months after receiving equity investments led by Serruya Private Equity, the California-based hydroponics wholesaler has acquired two Canadian companies.
The sovereign wealth fund has selected one of its portfolio managers to replace Fiona Mackenzie in a role that includes overseeing some ag and timber holdings.
Thomas Foods, the largest family-owned meat processing company in the country, has bought the sheep and cattle station in one of South Australia’s biggest agribusiness deals.
A year after being named chairman of Rabobank New Zealand, Henry van der Heyden will succeed Bill Gury to head the bank’s Australia board.
Aging farmers, difficult climatic conditions and an increase in compliance issues are among the factors that will nourish dealflow, research suggests.
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