The investment management firm focuses on providing investors with the opportunity to access agriculture and agribusinesses, a place that Mr Talevski sees many opportunities.
“We will be looking to ‘institutionally’ structure investment opportunities in the agribusiness space," he said.
"We hope this brings a more formal structure that will appeal to both institutional investors such as super funds and private investors,” he said.
Ms Yan said together they are looking to partner alongside agribusiness firms and operators both domestically and offshore.
“We adopt a hands-on operational approach to investing, establishing a clear vision as to how value will be added before and during the investment phase.
“The emphasis is for ASURO Group to bring something to the table, whether it be operational skills or leverage off our solid retail and wholesale network across
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