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Chair Tim Samway tells Agri Investor the fund manager was ‘unable to continue’ in its previous form, with all options on the table for how to proceed.
Oaktree Capital Partners is no longer involved with Argyle Capital Partners, ending the former’s involvement in the ag and water assets previously managed under the Blue Sky banner.
Bluesource Sustainable Forests Co. vice president Aaron Paul says the collaboration with credit-focused Oak Hill Advisors represents a ‘private equity bet on the carbon markets.’
Food Initiative director Noah Coen-Cline says the Growing Justice initiative reflects an effort to engage directly with communities impacted by its grants aimed at supporting sustainable food chains.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has committed A$30m to Wyuna’s first fund, alongside property firm the Goodman Group.
The deal is the first initiated and supported by London-headquartered NewAg Partners, the boutique advisory founded by former Insight Investment executive Detlef Schoen.
A July filing from the agricultural investment manager referenced provisions of an agreement that prohibits the firm from raising a successor fund.
New Harvest, chaired by industry veteran Don Mackay, is aiming to hold a first close of A$150m before the end of 2022.
Tenacious Ventures will build on the A$35m close of its first fund, which surpassed its target and raised capital from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, among others.
Cattle
QIC plans to raise at least A$500 million for the Queensland Natural Capital Fund, its first commingled agriculture and natural capital fund.
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