Land Commodities
Agriculture Investment Summit 2013

Europe’s Leading Agricultural Investment Summit

At the 6th Annual Agriculture Investment Summit you’ll meet leading agriculture investors and key stakeholders who are committed to promoting sustainable and responsible investing in agriculture.

The Agricultural Investment Summit will be this year’s most important European forum for investors, managers and producers to forge solid relationships and make profitable and investment decisions.

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What will you learn at the Summit:

  • How to diversify along the asset class through commodities futures, farmland, private equity and equity funds.
  • Hear how pioneering investors like APG, Hermes GPE, USS and AP2 perceive the risks and the key questions they are asking asset managers.
  • How investors are adjusting behaviour to ensure sustainability and profitability are not mutually exclusive concepts.
  • How the new geopolitics of food is shaping global investment.

As speakers and supporting partners of the Summit, the organisers have agreed to offer any Land Commodities’ contacts an additional 15% discount on top of the early bird discount if you book before 19 April 2013. To claim your exclusive Land Commodities discount, quote Promo Code: EMGX.

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To get the most out of the Summit, you might also want to take a look at some of Land Commodities’ complementary reports on agriculture and farmland investing.

What’s covered in the Investment Reports?

Focused primarily on arable agriculture in the Australian Wheatbelt, click here to access the three latest 2013 reports covering a range of topics, including:


  • Trends in productivity growth in Australian agriculture
  • Farm income and profitability
  • Capital returns and trends in Australian farmland values
  • Factors affecting farm values in the Australian Wheatbelt
  • Foreign investment in Australian agriculture
  • Australia as an agricultural producer & exporter
  • Climate risk, rainfall and yields in the Australian Wheatbelt

Top speakers at the summit:


David Health CBE MP

Minister of State for Agriculture and Food

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, UK Government

Gordon Verrall

Gordon Verrall

Managing Director

Land Commodities Australia Pty Ltd

Lester Brown

Lester R. Brown

Environmentalist & Author

“Full Planet, Empty Plates: The New Geopolitics of Food Scarcity”

Marc Sadler

Marc Sadler

Practice Leader, Risk Management and Markets Practice, Agriculture & Environmental Services Department

The World Bank

Rob Lake

Rob Lake

Director of Strategic Development

United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment 

Peter Bryde

Peter Bryde

Deputy Director of Agribusiness

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development