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The two international organisations have launched a $19 million programme to assist smallholder farmers across the poverty-stricken country
Farmers are increasingly looking for investment from institutions and family offices to finance generational changes in farm ownership, according to a recent study by Aquila Capital.
The farmland portfolio sold for $115 million and ends the nine-year life of Assiniboia’s listed vehicle.
Denmark’s AP Pension has set up a fund which will be exclusively focused on purchasing Danish farms.
The fund attracted commitments from ‘less than five’ institutions, some of which were investing in the asset class for the first time.
The increasing global population is creating substantial growth opportunities for businesses that address food and water scarcity, says Permira partner John Coyle.
Timber and farmland investments are better able to withstand downturns and are stronger performers than traditional real estate. We investigate the reasons why more investors aren’t committing capital to these asset classes.
UK finance development institution CDC has committed $20m to one of the largest agri-business private equity funds in Africa. CDC hopes the move stimulates fundraising in the sector.
The US government’s development finance institution has provided commitments in the form of senior loans to five funds that focus on agriculture in Africa and renewable energies in Asia.
The Toronto-based asset manager attracted $330m for its first private investment fund focused exclusively on agricultural land. The Brookfield Brazil 'AgriLand' Fund aims to make money by buying up pasture lands in Brazil and converting them to crops.
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