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WA Impact Fund, which represents WA Super’s first foray into both agriculture and impact investing, will have regenerative agriculture as one of its four investment strategies.
Australian superfund also announces it has reached its target of deploying A$3 billion in sustainable outcomes as it looks to align its decisions with eight of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Steve Jarrott
Steve Jarrott joins Warakirri from Westchester, where he was Australian portfolio manager, to oversee its latest diversified ag fund.
Weather conditions in eastern Australia remain challenging, but farmland has continued to deliver strong capital growth for investors
Macquarie has closed its third fund, which was established in 2017 to invest in row cropping and permanent cropping assets, with deployment well advanced.
The firm is launching its first managed investment fund, a 10-year closed-ended vehicle targeting an IRR of 8-18% that will invest exclusively in Australian timberland.
The two managers’ offers for assets owned by Resource Management Service have raised concerns with the ACCC over a potential reduction in export services.
Brisbane-based Blue Sky has resolved its court action against three former directors as the company’s chairman and chief executive leave the business.
The Africa-focused firm says it has identified $200m of opportunities for Phatisa Food Fund 2, with some transactions at the due diligence stage.
Future is unclear for the Brisbane-based asset manager as receivers are appointed after ‘significant instability and uncertainty’ at Blue Sky.
Australian court bans three former Blue Sky directors, Riparian Capital Partners and Pinnacle Investment Management from using proprietary data allegedly downloaded while the executives worked at their former firm.
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