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Register now to join Angus Ingram and Euan Friday this August for two webinars delivering an update on market trends and Kilter Rural fund updates.
11:00am Monday 9th August
Kilter Rural – Water Funds Update
Join Kilter Rural CIO Euan Friday for an update on current water market trends as well as performance updates for both the Kilter Water Fund and the Murray-Darling Basin Balanced Water Fund.
11:00am Thursday 12th August
Kilter Rural – Australian Farmlands Fund Update
Join Australian Farmlands Funds Investment Manager Angus Ingram for a status update on the Fund. Angus will provide market commentary as well as a fund performance update.
Connect with our team
Chair, Director, Chief Investment Officer
Euan has more than 25 years’ experience in senior financial and commercial roles. Prior to joining Kilter Rural in 2008, Euan spent 10 years working in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Corporate Finance practice in Melbourne and Europe. This was followed by seven years with STA Travel where he held the roles of chief financial officer (CFO), director of sales and managing director for STA’s AUS/NZ business. During this period STA Travel’s annual turnover increased from $180 million to $350 million. At Kilter Rural, Euan has been integral to the establishment of the water business which today manages assets across all major classes of Water Entitlement on issue in the sMDB. Today, as CIO, Euan heads up Kilter Rural’s investments team focused on identifying and securing new investment opportunities for clients.
Manager Agricultural Investments
Angus has 20 years’ experience across production agriculture and agribusiness within various livestock and cropping sectors, including several years with ANZ Bank as an Agribusiness Manager. Prior to joining Kilter Rural in May 2018, Angus spent three years developing and overseeing four irrigated dairy properties in Tasmania on behalf of private investors. Angus is the portfolio manager for Kilter’s Australian Farmlands Fund.