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Steve Bruere says covid-19 has highlighted the advantages of owning operations in the region which typically have controlled water systems that allow investors to grow different crops according to demand.
Tom Sarno says Hancock’s timber unit is working to expand capabilities in areas including watershed services, nutrient trading and various forms of mitigation.
Raphael Arndt will move up from CIO to take on Future Fund’s top job and the sovereign wealth fund will soon launch a search for his replacement in the investment role.
Mitchell Presser says ongoing consolidation of supply chains and agriculture-focused technologies is likely to drive deal activity in the years to come.
Rick Vanzura says he expects coronavirus will increase the urgency with which universities, hotels and governments prepare for global trends.
Michael Lauher says he expects sustainability and technology to be key areas of focus for farmland managers and investors in the coming years.
Agribusiness managing director Anuj Maheshwari discusses the role the state-owned firm could play in improving the global food value chain and why Asia needs tech-hubs to feed itself.
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The former Rifa Salutary and Paraway Pastoral Company CEO has left OTPP’s Australian arm to launch his own asset management firm, The Clearbrook Group.
American Forest Management CEO Brent Keefer says a growing number of TIMO clients are interested in services like mitigation banking, carbon accounting and sequestration analysis.
Curtis Buono and Jeremy Darner said they expect to focus largely on helping institutional investors deploy funds in California farmland markets increasingly shaped by the SGMA.
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