US GPs do not seem too concerned about a tax reform limiting interest expense deductibility.
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Less active as competitors for land and facing succession issues, US farmers are giving a jolt to the market by divesting assets, panelists said at the Agri Investor Forum.
A series of transactions sees the collaboration between several LPs and Silver Creek Asset Management add the pension to its ranks, along with an additional 121,000 acres of timberland.
The £60bn UK pension fund, whose allocations to timber and agri total nearly half a billion pounds, believes it can deliver ‘superior after-cost risk-adjusted returns’ by going direct.
Panelists at the Agri Investor Forum on Thursday highlighted ‘enormous’ opportunities and multiform challenges in emerging markets. Here’s how they ranked them.
The French real assets manager has added 14,000 ha and €50m in value to its timber holdings with the acquisition of 15 forests in central Finland.
Demand for organic food continues to vastly outstrip production growth. For growers and investors, the widening gap translates into big premiums for certified crops – and more stable prices, delegates heard at the Agri Investor Forum on Wednesday.
Known as the country’s ‘food bowl’, the region’s capacity for year-round crop production as well as permanent plantings is a major draw for institutional investors – both domestic and foreign.
The fund of funds, which aims to generate net IRRs of 12%-15%, already has a pipeline of 18 managers stretching from annual and permanent crops to dairy and aquaculture. We caught up with Aqueduct partner Peter Roney to learn more about future hires, fees and strategy.
Responsible investing is moving up the agenda as a new generation takes the reins at family offices.