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While the opening panel at our 2018 Forum in Chicago acknowledged such near-term headwinds facing managers as increased competition for fixed income, there was optimism for long-term growth.
Less active as competitors for land and facing succession issues, US farmers are giving a jolt to the market by divesting assets, panelists said at the Agri Investor Forum.
An examination of global agriculture reveals both encouraging signs of near-term opportunity and large uncertainties about the future, according to panelists at the Agri Investor Forum in Chicago on Wednesday.
Aberdeen Asset Management head of real assets Jim Gasperoni highlighted permanent crops as an example of a real asset investment well-suited to current market conditions.
A discussion at the IntraFish Seafood Investor Forum in New York highlighted the need for specialized managers amid a surge of investor interest in the sector.
Executives from Brookfield Brazil and TIAA-affiliate Westchester South America discussed the challenges facing foreign land investors in Brazil at an event hosted by the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce.
At PEI’s COOs and CFOs Forum on Thursday in New York, fund managers examined the implications of increasing investor demands for information.
The regulations have been viewed as complex and burdensome by opponents across industries.
At ACG New York’s monthly luncheon in Manhattan on Thursday, speakers identified debt funds as both the fastest growing and most sought after vehicles by institutional capital.
The challenging profit margin environment US farmers face will continue until at least 2018, according to Rabobank’s senior grains and oilseeds analyst Sterling Liddell.
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