Cahero Investments, a leading investment firm headquartered in Miami, Florida, is delighted to announce the launch of customized medium- and long-term investment opportunities in the agriculture and food security sector. With a focus on accelerating agricultural output in Latin America and the Caribbean, Cahero Investments aims to promote efficient and sustainable resource management while addressing food security, rural incomes, and poverty reduction.
The firm recognizes the need to support farmers in increasing their productivity, accessing markets, adopting improved agricultural practices, and making strategic investments to meet the challenges of a growing population and the impacts of climate change. By financing public services, agricultural research, extension programs, and modernization initiatives, Cahero Investments aims to enhance the competitiveness of the agro-industrial supply chain, support family agriculture, promote regional growth, and advance food security.
Cahero Investments has a track record of supporting projects that strengthen the capacity of public institutions in research and agricultural extension, foster collaboration between research institutions and agricultural extension services, and modernize entities that provide services to farmers. Examples of previous projects include the technology innovation and new management tools for agricultural research (Agrofuturo) in Brazil with EMBRAPA, the program for modernization of agricultural services (PROMSA) in Ecuador, and the project for modernization of agricultural services (PROMOSA) in Panama.
Recognizing the importance of property rights in enabling farmers to access credit and invest in their businesses, Cahero Investments has also financed land titling and property registration programs in several Latin American and Caribbean countries. These initiatives contribute to the modernization of institutions and cadastral registration, providing farmers with greater access to credit and incentivizing investment in agricultural production. Countries that have received assistance from Cahero Investments include Guatemala, Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia, Ecuador, Panama, Belize, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, and Belize.
Furthermore, Cahero Investments supports the financing of agricultural sanitation programs and initiatives to enhance farmers’ access to markets. By integrating farmers into value chains, providing business management tools, and facilitating access to dynamic markets, the firm aims to increase food production and promote the adoption of technology, quality and safety standards, and public-private partnerships. Cahero Investments has successfully supported projects to increase farmers’ access to markets in various countries, including Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Peru, and Paraguay.
Investments in rural infrastructure play a crucial role in increasing productivity and regional food production. Cahero Investments has directed significant financing toward the construction and repair of irrigation, drainage, and flood control systems. Additionally, the firm has supported national and regional infrastructure projects, including rural roads, rural electrification, and rural water management, which contribute to productive development. Examples of infrastructure investments supported by Cahero Investments include projects in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, and Jamaica.
Cahero Investments also recognizes the importance of support payments to rural producers in maintaining income levels and promoting productivity. Transfers of funds to farmers, tied to the adoption of technologies or improved farm management, can serve as effective policy tools. The firm has provided investments to governments to finance such programs, including Mexico’s PROCAMPO and the Dominican Republic’s PATCA.
Investing in agriculture and food security presents both opportunities and risks. Cahero Investments offers investment options in farms where harvests have been pre-purchased by triple-A companies to secure the supply chain. These high-risk investments, collateralized by land and harvest, have the potential for a 2X return in a 2-year period. Cahero Investments charges an origination fee of 3% and a property ownership fee of 20%. The minimum investment term is 2 years, with a minimum investment ticket of $300,000 USD.
As Cahero Investments expands its portfolio to include customized investment opportunities in agriculture and food security, the firm remains committed to providing comprehensive financial planning services encompassing asset and cash management, risk management, financial planning, and lifestyle management. By leveraging the expertise of industry specialists and seasoned advisors, Cahero Investments ensures a tailored approach to investment, prioritizing guaranteed investments to safeguard clients’ funds against inflation and depreciation.
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