Banks, pension funds and insurers have been turning California's scarce water into enormous profits, leaving people with less to drink
Hoy, de las diez principales exportadoras de fruta en Chile, cinco están en manos de compañías foráneas
Global AgInvesting held its 13th annual gathering in the US with a special optional golf tournament at the exclusive Sleepy Hollow Country Club, bringing together ag investors, asset managers and agribusiness executives.
Rural Funds Management has announced the sale of its Mooral almond orchard to Boston-based Hancock Agricultural Investment Group
With very low interest rates having taken root across asset classes and investors abiding in their hunt for higher yields, the world’s largest manager of global farmland, Nuveen, says the season may be ripe for a strategic allocation to the $2.3 trillion market for U.S. farm real estate.
- INvestable Universe
31 Oct 2019
Belgian sugar producer Finasucre has agreed to acquire the Winfield Road aggregation – the largest Macadamia portfolio in Australia – from Hancock Agricultural Investment Group for a record-breaking $59.2 million.
TRSL has also expanded another of its separate accounts held with Hancock Agricultural Investment Group by $25 million, focusing on farmland in the US and Australia.
Bill Gates spent $171 million to buy 14,500 acres of farmland in Southern Washington, the most expensive U.S. land sale so far this year, according to the Land Report.
Tokyo-based Nippon Life Insurance Company makes its first investment in a farmland investment fund through a US$92.5 million investment in an overseas farmland investment fund managed by Hancock Natural Resources Group
South Korea’s Dongbu Group will commit 45 billion won ($40 million) to a timberland and farmland fund managed by Boston-based Hancock Natural Resource Group..
- Korean Investors
26 Oct 2017
U.S. institutional tax-exempt investments for farmland was up 11.1% last year, with Nuveen, PGIM and Hancock AIG leading P&I's list of farmland managers
The four farms in the ‘macadamia capital of Australia’ cover 545 ha across four adjoining farms with 109,000 mature trees and were put up for sale in 2013 by one of the largest institutional managers of agricultural real estate in the US, Hancock Farm Company.