Arcterra defines investing in the real asset sector as deploying capital in opportunities in which the underlying investment is a tangible or physical asset. Many real asset investments involve land, either exclusively, or as a substantial component.
The amount of global institutional capital allocated to the real asset sector continues to increase. We believe this trend will continue as investors have increasing concerns with macro-economic an...More
Timberland, as a real asset investment, traditionally refers to ownership or lease of forests and the underlying land for commercial timber production. The forest types can be divided between natur...More
Agriculture, as a real asset investment, traditionally refers to ownership or lease of farmland for production. Broadly speaking, the production types can be divided among annual row crops (e.g. so...More