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The traditional agrifood and forestry fund managers and investors rose to the top in 2023 after climate buyers muscled their way in the previous year.
The debut forestry fund surpassed its $200m target and will be deployed exclusively in Paraguay.
Processed Indian Sandalwood (Santalum Album) raw wooden logs for Essential Oils Extraction.
A source close to the matter says potential buyers are likely to pick and choose the most valuable Quintis assets rather than buying the company outright.
Aqua Capital partner Gustavo Eiben says an active pipeline and the €532m Biotrop exit were key to helping the firm to surpass its $400m target for its Fund III.
Agri Awards 2023
We celebrate the managers, investors and innovators who won awards across 38 categories in our third annual Agri Investor Global Awards.
Agri Awards
Paine Schwartz Partners wins the award for Global Fund Manager of the Year as CDPQ takes home the Institutional Investor of the Year award for the first time.
France’s Mirova wins the European Fund Manager of the Year Award as Bpifrance takes home Institutional Investor of the Year.
Paine Schwartz Partners adds another five wins to its haul from the Global category to walk away with an unprecedented 10 wins.
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan continues the tradition of Canadian LPs doing well in the Asia-Pacific category, as New Forests is named the region’s Fund Manager of the Year
Cobalt previously operated as Green Plains Cattle Company, a JV between AGR, StepStone and Nasdaq-listed ethanol producer Green Plains.

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