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On Monday, Agri Investor's editor joined four agri-investment professionals on Resonance FM's N@ked Short Club.
In the wake of fund dissatisfaction among pension funds, farmland asset managers want to be flexible with their investment offerings.
Large investors are increasingly interested in own-and-operate strategies, according to placement agents.
The insurer has committed $47.5m to Old Mutual African Agri Fund, a buy-and-leaseback fund that aims to improve farms and plantations and build social infrastructure for workers.
The Canadian farmland fund manager has been approached by at least two institutional investors interested in buying the assets of two of its existing retail funds.
Russia's annexation of the Crimean region in the Ukraine may impact neighbouring agri investment communities.
The opportunities and risks associated with farmland investing across the world vary, according to Mintridge International.
How providers and managers of private capital are approaching agri – in terms of allocation and investment strategy, as well as capital formation – varies greatly. That’s one of a number of themes touched on in this complimentary compendium of global agri-investment developments.
Hong Kong’s Orion Partners wants to add agriculture to its investment offerings by partnering with expert GPs and strategic investors.
Under its new name AgCAP, the firm has hired a new management team to take the asset management business in a different direction.

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