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Institutional Investing in Tree Forests and Timberland
Radio Feature 44: Dennis Neilson in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Monday, April 02, 2012

radio Dennis founded DANA in 1992, a New Zealand based international forest industry advisory and publishing firm that undertakes benchmarking, strategic planning, investment and marketing assignments for international corporate clients. In addition to The Global Tree Farm Economics Review, Dennis co-authors RISI’s International Pulpwood Trade Review. In this radio feature he elaborates on the tree farm and timberland opportunities for institutional investors globally, expected returns and time frames, and on the ability to claim carbon credits ...

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Institutional Investing in Tree Forests and Timberland

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  • Q1 - What one understands under tree farm investing?

    Duration: 00:40 


  • Q2 - Where would the geographic opportunities be to invest in tree farms and timberland?

    Duration: 04:56 


  • Q3 - What sort of returns can an investor expect -under which time frames and where?

    Duration: 04:06 


  • Q4 - Do you believe institutional investors are also being drawn to this asset class because of the carbon credits that can be claimed against it?

    Duration: 01:36 



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