Agribusiness Offers Significant Potential for Return (Part 2), By Gary Pagar Managing Director, TriCanyon Capital LLC

February 12, 2013

The first article in this two-part series outlined the changing nature of agribusiness and the increased need for improvements in the sector. With an increase in the number of competing “breadbasket” producers, growers and agribusiness councils throughout the world seek improvements in technology, supply channels, and distribution mechanisms that streamline their costs and facilitate stronger production and larger markets. Optimal results often entail the establishment of partnerships between growers, downstream processors, retailers, traders, and farm service and input suppliers that ensure ready access to equipment, seed, and other necessities.

The complex nature of agribusiness compels the involvement of knowledgeable financiers. Professionals understand risk assessment and management, can navigate buyer and seller contracts, and have the ability to identify price discovery and physical exchange. Moreover, such investors accelerate the development of infrastructure needed to promote activities by rural areas that have historically had only limited ability to participate in the markets.

About the Author: With more than 20 years of experience in the financial markets, Gary Pagar offers emergent companies in such sectors as agribusiness the opportunity to gain traction in the sector. He possesses keen insight in such sectors as technology, health care, media, energy, and consumer products. Gary Pagar also facilitates such endeavors as mergers and acquisitions as well as corporate financings and restructurings.

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