The Hancock Natural Resource Group specializes in global timberland, farmland and renewable energy portfolio development and management.
Assets are managed on behalf of our clients through the Hancock Timber Resource Group (HTRG), the Hancock Agricultural Investment Group (HAIG) and the Hancock Renewable Energy Group (HREG).
- HTRG is the world’s largest global timberland investment manager for institutional investors, with USD10.8 billion (June 30, 2017) in global assets managed from investment locations in Australia, Canada, Chile, New Zealand and the United States.
- HAIG is one of the largest institutional managers of agricultural real estate in the U.S. and the first U.S. based institutional farmland manager to offer international investment options. HAIG manages over USD2.9 billion (June 30, 2017) of farmland assets in the major agricultural regions of the United States, as well as New South Wales, Queensland, and Victoria, Australia, and Quebec, Canada.
- HREG was established in 2011 as HNRG’s newest initiative, and is focused on investments in the bio-energy sector. HREG manages assets in the United States and United Kingdom.
We offer timberland, farmland, and bioenergy portfolios through several investment structures to institutional investors, including public and private pension funds, foundations and endowments, high net-worth individuals, and Taft-Hartley plans.
Our Competitive Advantages:
We have an extensive understanding of international markets and significant experience managing international investments on behalf of global investors.
Sustainable High Quality Asset Management
Integrated management services ensures alignment of interests, that assets are well protected and information is secure, and provides the environment to create additional value.
Active Portfolio Management
We actively manage our portfolios via a disciplined approach to acquisitions, portfolio management and dispositions.
Quantitative Economic Research
Our industry-leading economic research program informs all aspects of our investment process.