Posts By: Kilter Rural

Climate Farmland Investment General

Climate-related risks continue to be a focus for Kilter Rural

David Karoly, an honorary Professor and Senior Research Fellow in the University of Melbourne Climate Futures Program, Presented to Kilter Rural on climate-related risks and the latest updates of the IPCC’s 6th assessment report. Karoly is an internationally recognised expert on climate change and climate variability and was Leader of the Earth Systems and Climate […]

by Kilter Rural • July 21, 2022
General Media

Andrew Mouat joins Kilter Rural as Head of Growth and Distribution

Kilter Rural has hired Andrew Mouat as Head of Growth and Distribution. Andrew brings with him 30 years of experience in financial markets across equities, ECM and senior management. He spent 20 years with Macquarie in various roles in Melbourne, Sydney and Asia, including three years as country head for Macquarie India.  Andrew spent six […]

by Kilter Rural • July 13, 2022

Kilter Rural ESG report completed for Australian farmland assets

Thursday June 16, 2022 Media Release: Major Australian natural capital investment company Kilter Rural has completed its second ESG report for its A$68m Australian Farmlands Fund, measuring the condition of environmental assets under its stewardship utilising the globally leading Accounting for Nature Framework® for developing environmental accounts. In 2016/17 Kilter Rural was the first corporate […]

by Kilter Rural • June 16, 2022

Kilter Rural is now part of Regal Partners group

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Kilter Rural’s majority shareholder, Regal Funds Management, has today announced the successful completion of its merger with VGI Partners, creating a market-leading provider of alternative investment strategies with total funds under management of ~$5.6bn.1 The ASX-listed Merged Entity has been renamed Regal Partners Limited, with the ASX […]

by Kilter Rural • June 6, 2022

Kilter Rural finalises unprecedented water donation to renew wetlands in the southern Murray-Darling Basin

Media release: Tuesday 31st May 2022 Major Australian natural capital investment company Kilter Rural today announces that it is forecast to donate 5.4GL of water which aims to support 21 high value wetlands encompassing approximately 1600 hectares in the southern Murray-Darling Basin next financial year, in addition to 3.8GL donated this financial year. The donations […]

by Kilter Rural • May 31, 2022

Webinar: Join Kilter’s Euan Friday and TNC Australia’s Dr James Fitzsimons to discuss the Murray-Darling Basin Balanced Water Fund.

Kilter Rural CIO Euan Friday will be joined by The Nature Conservancy Australia’s Director of Conservation and Science Dr James Fitzsimons on Tuesday, June 14th at 12:30pm for a webinar discussing the innovative model that is The Murray-Darling Basin Balanced Water Fund. This event will be held via Zoom. Registrations are essential.

by Kilter Rural • May 30, 2022

Making a real impact: revegetation at Kilter Australian Farmlands Fund

Since 2020 Kilter has direct seeded almost 200ha of native vegetation across six Girgarre Australian Farmlands Fund properties. This effort varies from restoring large open ex-agricultural paddocks to regenerating understory in small isolated woodland remnants across the properties. The species seeded are broadly acacia-eucalypt type, but the seed mix is nuanced according to local site […]

by Kilter Rural • May 24, 2022

Kilter Rural closes Australian Farmlands Fund at $65m, reports 18% valuation uplift on farmland property portfolio

Media release 7th March 2022. Major Australian natural capital investment company Kilter Rural has now closed off its Australian Farmlands Fund with AUD$65m raised.  New, independent valuations of the portfolio of properties in the fund received last week show an 18% uplift since the last valuation was completed in June 2021, supporting the funds’ strategy […]

by Kilter Rural • March 7, 2022

Investing in our soils

In late January another 200Ha of summer cover crop was planted across our Australian Farmlands Fund Landscape. Cover crops have received plenty of coverage in agricultural media circles over recent years as the momentum and uptake of regenerative farming principles builds. Cover crops, often with up to ten or more plant types are planted for […]

by Kilter Rural • February 23, 2022

Creating spaces for native fauna in our landscapes

Last week the Kilter team were on site at the Australian Farmlands Fund to oversee the installation of 63 wildlife nest boxes across seven separate sites on the landscape. From remnant forest to newly planted forest areas the effort focused on sites where there is a lack of large old trees with natural tree hollows.  […]

by Kilter Rural • February 23, 2022