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Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe argued at an Australian Farm Institute event last week that there is plenty of capital looking for a home if the ideas and business plans are sound.
From tight soybean supplies in 2021-22 to the impact of the Suez Canal blockage, lead analyst Libin Zhou outlines the key market trends.
Ben Craw, MD at Oxley Capital Partners, says investors have a positive view that many businesses will return to pre-covid revenue levels soon, if they have not already done so, which is fueling activity.
Brent Snow says Aware Super’s ag investments proved to be a useful diversifier in its infrastructure portfolio during the coronavirus pandemic.
Following fires and drought, the covid-19 pandemic presented a new challenge for Australia’s farmers, but financial returns for investors have remained steady and attractive.
Agriculture partner Matthew Corbett discusses his firm’s assessment of the asset class this year and what they expect to see from investors and consumers in 2021.
Farmland, tractor, row crops
The asset class has stood up well this year in the face of unprecedented societal and economic challenges. GPs are understandably expecting to follow it up with another good one.
Emerging and diverse managers received less than 3% of capital commitments closed in H1, raising fears they are being left behind as the pandemic changes fundraising.
Toronto Skyline
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.
Yoshitaka Todoroki
The pandemic is an opportunity to return to a 'better normal', according to Yoshitaka Todoroki, who oversees PE and infra at the $1.5trn Japanese pension giant.
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