We raise capital for companies and fund managers in Agriculture, Aquaculture, Forestry and Water. Climate change and resource scarcity are creating massive risks and opportunities in the broad agriculture complex. We support the transition to responsible practices in all areas. Natural Assets Institute Ltd is domiciled in the Bahamas with partners in Europe. If you are a company or asset manager, talk to us!
If you are a company or fund manager in the Agriculture complex, we can help you raise capital from qualified European investors. We qualify interest and present your offering directly to family offices, wealth managers, pension funds, banks and sovereign wealth funds. Direct calls are supported by our program of events, webinars and digital media. This speeds up the sales process and builds your brand on a larger scale. We are based in Switzerland and actively participate in a variety of global investor networks. Over $1bn has been placed by us in alternative investment funds. Talk to us about how we can help you achieve your goals.
D. Michael Adams
Farmland Investment Buzz
By D. Michael Adams, NAI
Sometimes it's a "sell" signal when an investment trend is taken up by the mainstream press. Joe Kennedy Sr. famously sold all stocks on the eve of the 1929 crash when his shoe-shine man enthused over the stock market. We are far from that point on farmland, but it has been increasingly embraced by the mainstream press. The trickle that started in 2009, when farmland and other real assets sailed through much of the capital markets crisis has deepened to a steady stream of interest...
How Investors can have an Impact Beyond Divestment
NAI interviews Jakob Thoma of 2 Degrees Investing Initiative. See Commentary.
Let's Limit Uncertainty by Climate-friendly Ocean Investing
By D. Michael Adams, NAI
A major report just published in Nature describes the range of changes to biodiversity that will be wrought by increased shifts in ocean current systems. These are dramatic changes, especially at higher latitudes. Some effects - like upwelling of cold, nutrient-rich water - may increase productivity of some fisheries. But others - like the development of warm, low-oxygen layers - may be catastrophic...
Advancing Natural Capital in Finance
By Ivo Mulder, UNEP & Co-Founder of the Natural Capital Declaration
Why Investing in Agriculture is not a Lottery
By Mark Sadler, The World Bank
Marine Aquaculture: A Promising Future
By NOAA Fisheries
By Mikael Karlssoon at TedX Gotenberg