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Bonnefield president and CEO Tom Eisenhauer explains why investors need to commit to ag now, his firm’s reasons for steering clear of an own-and-operate strategy and the impact of covid-19.
Investments are expected to irrigate roughly 700,000 acres of farmland, lead to increased food output and security, and export opportunities for stakeholders.
Managing partner Andrew Heintzman says the firm’s presence and market knowledge on both sides of the US-Canada border helped drive interest among its LP base of Canadian institutions.
Canadian pension expands its presence in Australian ag to almost A$3bn with two simultaneous mega-deals in the Murray-Darling Basin.
The Canadian DFI’s commitment includes provisions to encourage gender equality in Africa’s forestry sector and within the forestry fund itself.
Christopher S Harrison unpicks the myriad laws and regulations that impact British investments into overseas cannabis businesses, and sets out why investors are in a legal grey area when they engage in this burgeoning global market.
Pender West Capital Partners is among existing investors in the TSX-listed collection of food manufacturing and distribution businesses.
The global beer giant and the cannabis company are looking into non-alcoholic drinks containing THC and CBD through the tie-up, which is limited to Canada.
President Tom Eisenhauer says the firm’s sale/leaseback model has helped it build an impressive reputation among Canada’s farmers, making for a “remarkably busy summer.”
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The Canadian pension also becomes Webster’s largest shareholder as part of the transaction, acquiring a 19.15% stake in the company.
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