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Three LPs have confirmed to Agri Investor they have made commitments totaling a combined $350m to a fund that launched in December.
The biggest risk to Australian almond yields is high water prices, but orchards Down Under will stay competitive as long as exchange rates remain favorable.
Australian superannuation fund sells its portfolio, a combination of irrigated farming properties and water rights, to a subsidiary of ASX-listed Washington H Soul Pattinson for approximately A$100 million.
With NSW threatening to tear up longstanding water-sharing agreements, institutional investors are questioning whether the headline risk that comes with water investment is worth the consistently strong returns.
Other interested parties in the FruitSmart deal that could be worth as much as $105m included corporations, private equity funds, and endowments.
A headshot of LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck
In the second of our two-part interview with LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck, the superfund’s new man discusses the irrelevance of asset class definitions, co-investments and the F-word.
A headshot of LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck
In the first of our two-part interview with LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck, he discusses the importance of using GPs with diverse skills and the challenges the superfund faces with its ag and water assets.
Carlyle managing director Taj Sidhu says the loan fits within the Credit Opportunities Fund’s focus on non-sponsored borrowers and will partially be used to support expansion targeting markets in Asia.
Steve Jarrott
Steve Jarrott joins Warakirri from Westchester, where he was Australian portfolio manager, to oversee its latest diversified ag fund.
The publicly traded REIT said the acquisition is in line with its strategy of buying or converting farmland from conventional to organic farms
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