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The corporate advisory firm aims to address a ‘structural funding gap’ in Australian agriculture by connecting agribusinesses with investors, Craw said.
Canadian pension expands its presence in Australian ag to almost A$3bn with two simultaneous mega-deals in the Murray-Darling Basin.
Superfunds from Australia and New Zealand have both recently told Agri Investor about the difficulties of investing in ag. What does this tell us about what they need before deploying more capital in the sector?
The ACCC raised its strongest concerns over a bid by New Forests, which dropped out shortly afterwards, paving the way for the competition watchdog to approve Global Forest Partners’ bid.
A headshot of LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck
In the second of our two-part interview with LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck, the superfund’s new man discusses the irrelevance of asset class definitions, co-investments and the F-word.
Vote on the A$72m sale of poultry assets to ProTen passed with approval from 65% of unitholders in RF Poultry, the listed vehicle that is the lessee and operator of the assets.
Fund manager Kaizen Capital has expressed concerns over alleged conflicts of interest and undervaluing of assets, and called for a vote on the sale to be delayed until these could be addressed.
One Tree Agriculture lists properties after completing sale of another Queensland aggregation earlier this year to Canadian pension PSP.
A headshot of LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck
In the first of our two-part interview with LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck, he discusses the importance of using GPs with diverse skills and the challenges the superfund faces with its ag and water assets.
The two investors have each committed A$8m to the first fund raised by Tenacious Ventures, billed as Australia’s first agtech-focused venture capital fund.
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