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Partner Chris Mitchell says the response to challenges presented by covid-19 could help determine the pace and focus of regional ag sectors’ further development.
The A$53bn industry fund says it may have to invest over shorter time horizons if the early withdrawal scheme is extended, despite a desire to extend its ag portfolio.
Tom Sarno says Hancock’s timber unit is working to expand capabilities in areas including watershed services, nutrient trading and various forms of mitigation.
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GPs have told us they have noticed an uptick of interest from new investors, with the smaller end of the market already seeing discounted opportunities.
Changes to financial hardship provisions have seen members affected by covid-19 withdraw significant sums, with the largest funds and those with membership cohorts in struggling industries the hardest-hit.
Managing partner Gian Paolo Potsios says the firm has seen an increase in interest among institutional investors in the asset class due to the turmoil created by coronavirus.
The University of Illinois professor says growing global production and uncertainties surrounding trade and income helped produce the first negative quarterly cumulative farmland return recorded by NCREIF in 19 years.
The AgIS Farmland Club Fund will target gross IRR of 8-12% though up to 10 investments focused on permanent crops.
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New private equity firm Bootstrap Ventures has reported seeing more opportunities among groups challenged by coronavirus but has had to delay the launch of its debut water fund.
Executive secretary Gary Harbin says KTRS expects its separate account to yield an 8% annual return when measured over an envisioned 30- to 50-year hold period.
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