Neil Woods, portfolio manager for timber & agri at NZ Super – a significant investor in New Zealand’s agricultural sector – talks about the fund’s plans to diversify by investing outside New Zealand and beyond dairy.
Moringa investment director Guillaume Maillard describes the links between agroforestry and impact, the evolving approach to impact investing among European family offices and what staffing an impact focus can entail.
Monica Ganley, founder and principal of Quarterra, offers her thoughts on the fallout from the recent Brazilian meat scandal, ‘Carne Fraca,’ and how investors can learn from it.
Investors looking to integrate impact principles into their portfolios without foregoing performance ought to consider timber funds.
Red Reef’s Suzanne Petrela offers Agri Investor her thoughts on ultra-high-net-worth investors’ views on farmland investments and the current outlook for North American farmland.
Crop price premiums and increasing demand for organic products make the proposition for transitioning conventional land promising. But buyers beware: due diligence is rigorous, the transition process is labor-intensive, and there are no guarantees.
Tim Burrow, head of the trade association Agribusiness Australia, tells Agri Investor that despite a disappointing level of investment from superannuation funds into the local agriculture sector, the situation is slowly improving. He also offered his interpretation of AgCap’s decision to sell SAF and what it means for the sector, as well as what he […]
Tim Burrow, head of the trade association Agribusiness Australia, tells Agri Investor that despite a disappointing level of investment from superannuation funds into the local agricultural sector, the situation is slowly improving.
Marcus Frampton, APFC head of infrastructure, special income opportunities and hedge funds, offers his views on the timber market, benefits of the fund structure, and whether it can be applied to other agri sub-sectors.
Benjamin Belldegrun, managing partner with Pontifax AgTech Management, makes the case for why institutional investors should get excited about agtech companies.