Editor's View

Louisa Burwood-Taylor, Editor, Agri Investor
From real assets funds of funds to vertically integrated agribusiness offerings – fund managers are responding to investors' diversification needs.
Louisa Burwood-Taylor, Editor, Agri Investor
Agri Partners and Caribbean Sustainable Agriculture are making use of debt - should more agri investment firms follow their lead?
Louisa Burwood-Taylor, Editor, Agri Investor
The institutional investor’s penchant for establishing direct co-investment platforms may influence other investors to sidestep agri fund managers.
Agribusiness-focused consultancy and banking services may be limited – but they will only grow from here.
Investors and fund managers are starting to look for innovative ways to construct agri portfolios.
Denmark's alignment between the government and private sector is very appealing and something to look up to.
Australia’s agriculture industry is courting foreign investment – but domestic institutional investors should be stepping up, too.
A new caste of agri funds, managed by agriculture professionals alongside finance experts, should help to restore the reputational damage done by the investment banker-led agri funds of years past.
As the diversity of agri funds grows, and the credibility of their management improves, there is an opportunity for a thriving fund of funds market to mobilise institutional investors.
Managers are embracing a range of different investment structures in agri, but are there too many?

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