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Packhorse Pastoral Company, which is targeting A$1.5bn in total for its first fund, has made a strong start after just six weeks of fundraising.
Managing partner David Taiclet says the firm’s early agtech investments helped attract institutional capital to its $169m Fund II, while interest in its $88m RBIC was not limited to Farm Credit System institutions.
Cristina Hastings Newsome hopes a natural capital base accounting for a broader set of opportunities beyond carbon will strengthen collaboration with producers.
Senior managing director Marc Drouin says underused irrigation infrastructure helped make the C$204.5bn pension’s entry into European ag a highlight within natural resources deployments last year.
Ejnar Knudsen says US pensions are among LPs in a distinct AGR vehicle focused on the type of ag-related real assets that proved resilient throughout covid-19-related shutdowns.
Packhorse Pastoral, farmland, Australia
Packhorse Pastoral Company is aiming to raise A$1.5bn for its first pooled fund – and it wants it all to come exclusively from Australians.
Carrot growing in soil
The firm, one of the first VC firms to focus on Australian agtech, exceeded its fundraising target of A$30m for its inaugural vehicle.
Managing director Nicolas Leyssieux says the C$365bn pension aims to deploy about C$2bn over the next five years, with a primary focus on the US and Australia.
Fa Yuen Street Market in Hong Kong
Proterra Investment Partners' Asia arm has grown to the point where it accounts for most of the firm’s AUM and is the focus for the firm’s future growth.
Windmill, Australian outback
The feed mill is the fund’s fourth asset and the first since the purchase of three foundation assets, all of which have been acquired via sale-and-leaseback arrangements.
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