Establishment of the Czech Farmland Fund opens the possibility to invest into Czech farmland to broad public practically hassle-free.

At first look, the farmland investing appears to be simple. Buy a plot, rent it out and it is done. But one plot is not comparable to another, same as farmers are not comparable. Sooner or later, issues such as soil quality, erosion, legal risks, cadastral evidence, taxes, land reforms, subsidies surface.

Once the investor gets somehow familiar with it, the legislation can change. And a strong local market knowledge cannot be studied. That is why our investment is backed by a team that combines knowledge and practical experience of agronoms, lawayers, geodets, traders, pedologists, economs and tax specialists.

ESG – Český Fond SICAV Plc (the “Scheme”) declares that it does not consider the Principle Adverse Impacts (“PAIs”) of investment decisions on sustainability factors. Hence, with respect to its Sub-Fund, Český Fond Půdy/Czech Farmland Fund, the Scheme does not consider PAIs when taking investment decisions together with the impact these might have on the return it offers to its shareholders in relation to sustainability factors. This is mainly due to the fact that consideration of PAIs does not fit in with any of the current investment mandate of the Sub-Fund. The Scheme would like to point out that it does not intend to change this stance in the future, considering the mandate and the assets within its Sub-Fund. 
SFDR Disclosures