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How To Invest

1. Identify what you are seeking from an investment in agriculture.

  • What core values must the business you invest in exhibit?
  • What are your investment goals?
  • What is your risk appetite?
  • What is the desired investment term?
  • How much you want to invest?
  • How do you compare different agricultural investment opportunities?

2. Contact one of our team

Phone 0800 4 RBS NOW or email support@ruralbusinesssolutions.co.nz. You will be able to speak directly with us to discuss investment opportunities.
A Memorandum of Information will be available for each investment opportunity. This document will include the core values which define the culture of the business , the business goals, a description of the farm, organisational and ownership structures, the business plan and the financial forecasts which will underpin the intended returns.

3. Understand the investment opportunities

Once you have considered the memoranda of information of the investment opportunities on offer we are available to speak with you and your advisors to ensure you fully understand the business plan and answer any questions, to ensure the business values and goals align with your investment needs.

4. Visit the farm, meet the team.

Open days will be held. You will have the opportunity to meet other intending investors and the management team responsible for achieving the investment objectives.

5. Fill out the application forms

The Memorandum of Information includes investment application forms. Feel free to contact our support team to assist as you work through the forms.

6. Submit your application with your deposit

To secure your investment, pay the specified deposit. Deposit funds are held in trust until property purchase becomes unconditional. These proceeds, as well as ensuring your commitment, are necessary to satisfy deposits on the property to, fund stock purchases and initial development items

7. Settlement date – pay the residual investment

At settlement, you will be required to sign necessary property, shareholder and/or partnership agreements. Copies of these will be compiled into a bound document detailing your ownership.

8. Participate

1. Identify what you are seeking from an investment in agriculture.

  • What core values must the business you invest in exhibit?
  • What are your investment goals?
  • What is your risk appetite?
  • What is the desired investment term?
  • How much you want to invest?
  • How do you compare different agricultural investment opportunities?

2. Contact one of our team

Phone 0800 4 RBS NOW or email support@ruralbusinesssolutions.co.nz. You will be able to speak directly with us to discuss investment opportunities.
A Memorandum of Information will be available for each investment opportunity. This document will include the core values which define the culture of the business , the business goals, a description of the farm, organisational and ownership structures, the business plan and the financial forecasts which will underpin the intended returns.

3. Understand the investment opportunities

Once you have considered the memoranda of information of the investment opportunities on offer we are available to speak with you and your advisors to ensure you fully understand the business plan and answer any questions, to ensure the business values and goals align with your investment needs.

4. Visit the farm, meet the team.

Open days will be held. You will have the opportunity to meet other intending investors and the management team responsible for achieving the investment objectives.

5. Fill out the application forms

The Memorandum of Information includes investment application forms. Feel free to contact our support team to assist as you work through the forms.

6. Submit your application with your deposit

To secure your investment, pay the specified deposit. Deposit funds are held in trust until property purchase becomes unconditional. These proceeds, as well as ensuring your commitment, are necessary to satisfy deposits on the property to, fund stock purchases and initial development items

7. Settlement date – pay the residual investment

At settlement, you will be required to sign necessary property, shareholder and/or partnership agreements. Copies of these will be compiled into a bound document detailing your ownership.

8. Participate

  • Our aim is that you wish to be actively engaged in the progress of your investment.
  • Every business needs a governance team with a diverse range of experience and skills, so put yourself forward to be a Director of the business. A meeting will be held immediately following settlement at which time elections are held.
  • Every quarter a full farm report will be generated by the consultancy firm contracted to oversee the farm investment. This will include an assessment of operational and financial progress alongside the initial business plan
  • Farm open days and Annual General Meetings will provide the opportunity for investors to meet and socialise

 

  • Our aim is that you wish to be actively engaged in the progress of your investment.
  • Every business needs a governance team with a diverse range of experience and skills, so put yourself forward to be a Director of the business. A meeting will be held immediately following settlement at which time elections are held.
  • Every quarter a full farm report will be generated by the consultancy firm contracted to oversee the farm investment. This will include an assessment of operational and financial progress alongside the initial business plan
  • Farm open days and Annual General Meetings will provide the opportunity for investors to meet and socialise