Since the term was coined in 1957, agribusiness has seen considerable change.
We work with our clients to harness this change, to establish, maintain and grow their agribusiness operations and portfolio interests across the globe.
By understanding the key sensitivities, issues and challenges this sector faces and the opportunities and commercial drivers that inform their decisions we partner with multinational clients in both established markets and higher growth emerging markets to create better business outcomes.
We are focused on ensuring commercial outcomes for our clients and delivering commercially astute, innovative advice and a premium client experience. This investment in our relationships builds the exceptional, lasting working relationships and the deep understanding we are known for.
We can also advise on all aspects of ESG considerations, mergers and acquisitions, dispute resolution and other key areas of commercial legal services across agribusiness sub-sectors including
- Livestock & Aquaculture
- Grains & Sugar
- Processing & Supply Chain
- Real Estate
Advising a leading Russian integrated and diversified meat producer on the US$253 million acquisition of 100% stake in ZAO Mosselprom, a large, diversified agro-industrial holding that comprises poultry production and feed production, as well as land cultivation and cropping
Advising on renegotiation of a 20 year exclusive distribution agreement with Sodima of France which will allow National Foods to continue to manufacture and sell Yoplait branded fresh dairy products in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore
Murray Goulburn Co-operative Co. Limited
Advising on the implementation of a transformative new capital structure and successful A$500 million capital raising
Daewoo International Corporation
Advising on its acquisition of Bio Inti Agrindo, an Indonesian palm oil plantation company
Advising on its bid for Burra Foods
Goodman Fielder Limited
Advising on the acquisition of it by Wilmar International Limited and First Pacific Company Limited via scheme of arrangement