|Pension funds are investing in farmland|
Investments in alternative commodity assets, such as timber investments, farmland investments, agriculture and energy projects, are gaining popularity amongst UK pension funds seeking portfolio diversification, Simon Fox, a principal in Mercer's investment consulting business, said for Reuters. According to him, the global financial crisis in 2008/2009, which caused significant losses in equity-heavy portfolios, marked the turning point for pension funds and spurred them to seek portfolio diversification. Seeking alternative investment options, clients of the consultantcy firm were introduced to real assets and commodities which have since started increasing in popularity.This is good news for investors who are considering investing in farmland, as it proves that farmland as an investment is on a upward trend globally, not only by individual high-net worth investors but by large big money institutional investors as well. For retail investors in GreenWorld's farmland projects, this mean there is the opportunity to be on the right side of a global trend. GreenWorld is proud to offer the following agricultural land investment:
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