NHIM’S INDIGENOUS IMPACT INVESTMENT FUND (“NHIIIF”) HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED TO INVESTS IN ASSETS THAT ARE COMPLEMENTARY TO THE ASSETS OF FIRST NATIONS AUSTRALIANS. INVESTMENTS ARE MADE TO ASSIST TRADITIONAL OWNERS UNLOCK THE VALUE OF THEIR LAND IN AGRICULTURAL AND CARBON PROJECTS. INVESTMENTS ARE OF AN ECONOMIC AND IMPACT NATURE FOR THE MUTUAL BENEFIT OF TRADITIONAL OWNERS AND INVESTORS ALIKE.
Land based investments will be made in assets where NHIM and NHAM have particular and demonstrable success. These include beef cattle (breeding and backgrounding), carbon sequestration and abatement projects, sheep breeding and wool growing, and broad acre cropping.
An investment in units in the fund will allow investors to gain capital appreciation from well selected parcels or land, while benefiting from a yearly operating yield.
The fund’s operating assets are managed by the operating company; New Harvest Agricultural Management (NHAM). This is a pastoral company with extensive background in cropping, cattle, sheep breeding and wool growing industries. The firm is overseen by an industry leading operational managment team, who have extensive operational expertise coupled with demonstrable experience and success in asset acquisition and pipeline construction.
The Manager strongly believes that the consistent and diligent implementation of its core strategy; providing capital and capacitiy partnering will assist Indigenous groups expand and achieve their aspirations for their country and assets, and also deliver long term return to the Fund and the Investors.