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Institutional investors would like to deploy more capital into agriculture but a lack of experience among GPs is giving LPs pause for thought, the Agri Investor Chicago Forum 2019 heard.
Laguna Bay Pastoral Company boss Tim McGavin says the firm will probably launch a successor vehicle to its A$280m Australia and New Zealand-focused fund 'in the next year or so.'
The US firm has increased its share in the organic food company to nearly 20% little more than a year after first investing in it.
An investor group vocal about environmental issues says food companies and their financial backers should use an internal ‘shadow price’ to account for future costs applied to protein production.
After a successful 10 years at the helm of the sovereign wealth fund, Adrian Orr is returning to the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, this time as governor.
Six months after receiving equity investments led by Serruya Private Equity, the California-based hydroponics wholesaler has acquired two Canadian companies.
The sovereign wealth fund has selected one of its portfolio managers to replace Fiona Mackenzie in a role that includes overseeing some ag and timber holdings.
The $141bn pension has bought a Canadian mussels producer after a 36-month examination of the sector, OTPP portfolio manager Stephen McLennan tells Agri Investor.
We canvassed the market to understand what motivated the $258bn pension's mammoth sale, which marked a turn in a strategy underpinned by what some describe as a 'very aggressive' deployment target.
Fresh research by bfinance maps the agri manager universe at up to 90 funds with a median management fee of 1.4%.
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