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A lively LP panel at the Agri Investor Forum in Chicago last week presented some useful pointers for managers on fees, pitches and more.
Direct investing versus fund investing was a topic of debate during the LP panel at the recent Private Equity in Emerging Markets conference in London.
The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive is putting US-based firms off travelling to Europe to meet investors.
The US pension and asset management firm is expected to raise $2bn for its second agriculture investment-focused LLC.
Louisa Burwood-Taylor, Editor, Agri Investor
From real assets funds of funds to vertically integrated agribusiness offerings – fund managers are responding to investors' diversification needs.
Gaining investment exposure to UK farmland is near impossible. But issuing loans to UK farmers provides access and enables investors to do some good, argues Robert Bourn, partner at Agri Partners.
Louisa Burwood-Taylor, Editor, Agri Investor
Agri Partners and Caribbean Sustainable Agriculture are making use of debt - should more agri investment firms follow their lead?
Newly launched Agri Partners is offering debt exposure to UK farmland through private funding syndicates. It has completed its first two deals.
The Eastern Europe-focused fund management firm will not charge a management fee until assets under management reach $5m. The performance fee has also been reduced.
There is a disconnect between fund return projections and what can actually be achieved, argues Marcus Elgin, executive chairman of Australia's AAGIM.

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