Agriculture is undergoing large scale change, presenting new & interesting opportunities. For decades modern agriculture has caused high levels of pollution & environmental damage and now, following Brexit, Britain is moving away from a land-based subsidy system to an impact-based payments system.
Ownership of farmland has historically been fragmented without material institutional interest. From an innovation and entrepreneurship perspective, agriculture has been seen as a relative backwater which has stifled development.
However, the building blocks for the step change in agriculture are all in place with:
- Investor support for sustainable lower carbon activities along the supply chain.
- Interest in the sector from institutions.
- A new generation of innovative farmers.
Our Agri+ offering provides a rare opportunity for investors to allocate capital to a strong, asset backed, defensive investment class while still keeping exposure to innovation-led extraordinary valuation uplift – all within an inheritance friendly tax structure.
At Traditum, we have identified in three key themes which we believe will define development in the sector over the coming decade. Click below to find out more