FAIRR Results urge Investors to be careful in investing in Asian Livestock Companies - LivestockTrend


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Thursday 15 November 2018

FAIRR Results urge Investors to be careful in investing in Asian Livestock Companies

Results from the Global Network Farm Animal Investment Risk & Return (FAIRR) index have shown that Asian livestock companies are not investment-safe and suggest that investors take extra precaution.

The Coller FAIRR Protein Producer Index, seeking to ensure companies’ ability to manage the Environmental, Social and Government factors, assessed the continent’s leading livestock companies on key performance indicators (KPIs). These include the companies’ commitments, policies and their management and the disclosure of information, each on a scale of 0-5.

Twenty six out of the thirty meat companies that partook in the assessment were considered ‘high-risk’ on the path of investors and about 94% either failed in disclosing basic information or assessing and managing ‘critical risks.’

‘The first world’s company benchmark for the Asian market,’ as director, Maria Lettini described the FAIRR, would spark up talks between potential investors and the companies which were assessed. This development would result in positive responses in livestock production.

Maria Lettini also described the FAIRR as an avenue for investors to see their potential clients objectively and make decisions on such objective observations.

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