Video: A Rare Opportunity for Institutional Investors to Access Australian Agriculture
27 September 2023
For institutional investors only
Investing well and sustainably in Australian agriculture delivers many rewards – positive social and community impact, significant environmental benefits, and competitive financial outcomes for investors. Leveraging Warakirri’s close to 30 years’ experience in the sector, we believe taking a long-term and holistic approach to sustainability is the key to success – by actively balancing a range of positive outcomes across social, environmental, and economic considerations.
Stuart Devlin, Head of Distribution and Adrian Goonan, Investment Director, Agriculture, recently presented at a GlobalAg Investing Webinar on the topic of “A Rare Opportunity to Invest in Australian Agriculture”. You can watch excepts from the webinar, recorded on 20 September 2023, below.
Stuart Devlin, Head of Distribution provides an overview of Warakirri’s agriculture capabilities and the role Australia is playing in feeding the world’s growing population.
Adrian Goonan, Investment Director, Agriculture provides a snapshot of the Australian broadacre cropping sector and an introduction to a new positive impact cropping strategy Warakirri, working alongside institutional investors, is looking to bring to market.
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