AAGIM focusses on core and core+ agricultural investments in Australia’s primary dryland and horticultural farming zones. Farmland in these investment categories offer the reliability of season support higher reliability of cash returns and stronger capital growth rates. Within this framework AAGIM focusses on three investment classes:
Moderate risk, active management, Net IRR 10%+
Construction of large scale, actively managed portfolios which generate efficiencies from scale, vertical integration and the disruption of conservative agricultural paradigms.
Lower risk, no operational risk, Net IRR 7-8%
Passively managed (lease) portfolio offering long term (15 years+) CPI adjusted biannual cash returns of 4%+ p.a. plus capital growth.
Higher risk, active management, Net IRR 14%+
Opportunistic acquisition of permanent crop assets, generating returns through business ‘turnaround’, expanding production and diversifying end markets.
AAGIM focusses on high rainfall, high reliability, farmland in Australia's core dryland and horticulture farming regions.