Emerging investment trends in primary agriculture: A review of equity funds and other foreign-led investments in the CEE and CIS region

Emerging investment trends in primary agriculture: A review of equity funds and other foreign-led investments in the CEE and CIS region

Directions in Investment series - N. 8 - 2013
In recent years, private equity funds that invest a substantial part or all of their capital in primary agriculture have increased both in number and volume globally. Investment in primary agriculture is an emerging asset class among private equity funds and other institutional investors, one that has attracted increasing attention following the commodity price spikes and associated warnings on food security from 2007 to 2008.

The study addresses existing investments by equity funds and other similar structures and the potential for these in ten countries within the EBRD region of operations in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) (the “selected countries”).

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