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A new timber-related programme has been launched in a bid to end the illegality that exists across the sector and instead provide buyers with sustainable certification, supply chain and pricing information so they can ensure all purchases are genuine. Launched at the end of last month by BVRio Environmental Exchange,

Brazil’s super rich have changed their investment tastes as a result of the country’s ongoing economic turbulence and are now ploughing money into items that are less attention-grabbing than supercars and ostentatious bling. Many wealthy families and investors are now said to be shying away from the spotlight and, while

Latin America Impact Investment

Impact investing is expected to see marked growth across Latin America following the publication of a new report which shines a light on the investment trend for the first time. In order to make the right decisions regarding a new investment, detailed, reliable information is needed to inform those choices

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An upcoming law change relating to foreign land ownership in Brazil has been tipped to unleash a major surge in investments across the country. President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s government shocked local people and investors in 2010 when it announced the prevention of international investors from purchasing large pieces

UK forestry alternative investments

Forestry investment in the UK has been performing particularly well recently with recent data revealing the extent to which this alternative asset has outstripped other investment vehicles. The latest IPD UK Annual Forestry Index sampled 133 commercial forests in Britain and found that they offered average returns of 18.4 per