Pipeline chief executive officer Eric Jackson spoke with Agri Investor about the current state of those supply chains, the role Pipeline hopes to play in increasing organic acreage and attractive investment areas the firm has identified.
There are compelling reasons to invest away from row crops and buy-to-lease farmland models, but there are good reasons to stick with them too. Your choice will depend very much on your strategy.
Phillip Cummins, QIC’s global private equity principal, explains how the Australian investment manager is rethinking agribusiness, how it mitigates weather and commodity risk and why it would consider investing in water.
EXEO co-founder Herman Marais tells Agri Investor about drivers of African food demand growth and specific markets and subsectors he sees as most promising in the region.
Rabobank senior farm inputs analyst Kenneth Zuckerberg outlines key themes underpinning the ongoing transformation of the farm inputs sector.
Long-term holding companies like Fairfax Africa, which just raised $500m through an IPO, offer a promising proposition for patient capital that is willing to grow with developing nations.
Asher Troppe, CEO of Tress Capital, a strategic private equity firm investing in the cannabis sector, spoke to Agri Investor about his firm’s investment strategy as major changes sweep through the sector and create opportunities.
If commodity prices and cash rents continue to rise, there could be a limited time window to snap up some undervalued land deals.
NMSIC chief investment officer Vince Smith and analyst Melanie Dubin share with Agri Investor their views on the evolution of timber vehicles, knowledge transfer and the importance of having ‘boots on the ground.’
Christophe Lebrun, head of forestry investments at AXA Investment Managers- Real Assets, speaks with Agri Investor about the strategy behind its October purchase of a 958-hectare forest in France, the firm’s investment preferences, and forestry’s appeal to the firm and its investors.