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Authorised Representative No. 001264243

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Overview

The Trust is a newly established registered managed investment scheme under Chapter 5C of the Corporations Act.

Objective and Strategy

Vitalharvest’s objective is to provide unitholders with exposure to real agricultural property assets whose earnings profile and underlying value are exposed to the growing global agricultural demand for nutritious, healthy food.

Vitalharvest’s investment and growth strategies will be to focus on investment-grade, mature, operating agricultural assets within Australia and New Zealand which are:

  • strategically located in excellent farming locations in Australia and New Zealand;
  • leased to quality operators/managers;
  • diversified by crop, geography and tenant;
  • subject to long-term leases and attractive lease terms;
  • adhere to capital structure and capital management considered by the Manager to be appropriate for Vitalharvest and consistent with the investment objective and strategy of Vitalharvest;
  • pursue acquisitions, divestments and investment opportunities consistent with Vitalharvest’s objectives

Responsible Entity of the Trust

The Responsible Entity of the Vitalharvest Freehold Trust is The Trust Company (RE Services) Limited ACN 003 278 831 which holds AFS Licence 235150 and is a professional trustee service provider.

The Responsible Entity is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Perpetual.

Manager of Vitalharvest 

The Responsible Entity has appointed goFARM Asset Management Pty Ltd ACN 625 505 455 (Authorised Representative No. 001264243) as Manager of Vitalharvest. The Manager is a wholly-owned subsidiary of goFARM Holdings Pty Ltd. 

The goFARM group of companies to which the Manager belongs is an Australian- based, privately funded, agricultural asset manager. Collectively, its management team has assisted in the development of and manages more than 49,000 hectares (including the Farming Properties) in grain, citrus, cotton, berries, almonds and wine. In doing so, it has built exposure to both annual crops (grain and cotton) and permanent crops (berries, citrus, almonds and wine grapes).