Rabobank senior farm inputs analyst Kenneth Zuckerberg outlines key themes underpinning the ongoing transformation of the farm inputs sector.
Alan Briefel, executive director of the FAIRR (Farm Animal Investment Risk and Return) Initiative, explains why Chinese efforts to reduce meat consumption signals exciting – and meatless – opportunities for private investors.
Brown & Co partner Adam Oliver shares his view on the long-term growth prospects for Romanian farmland and the reasons his firm opened a permanent office there in 2016.
BioConsortia’s Holly Meadows Smith tells Agri Investor why 2017 is primed for private equity investment into startups in agtech, biologicals and other ag industry subsectors.
Credit Suisse Private Fund Group director Connor O’Keeffe and associate Henry Watson explore the trends surrounding Indian agribusiness, in this extract from our new book on investing in agriculture.
In light of the recent news that the ICC is to expand its remit to include crimes associated with land grabbing and deforestation, Valentine Chitalu, chairman at sustainability focused African private equity firm Phatisa, argues that it is becoming increasingly clear that the most important consideration in large-scale farming project investment should be sustainable investment.
BDO tax partner Mark Molesworth explains how foreign investors can make tax-efficient arrangements when entering Australian agribusinesses, including those holding farmland.
Michael DeSa, owner of research trip provider AG DTours, shares his tip sheet for investors looking to venture into Latin American agriculture.
Agri-focused Aspada’s chief financial officer Kushal Agrawal shares advice on Indian agribusinesses investment, including how to tackle the supply chain, improve smallholder farmers’s conditions and turn industry fragmentation into an opportunity.
Nitza Kardish, chief executive at Israeli early stage agtech investment firm and incubator Trendlines, argues that a wider pool of investors, including farmers, is needed to get start-ups on their feet.