Why invest in Agribusiness
Kinea's Agribusiness Funds invest in private securities from a range of agribusiness sectors such as Sugar and Ethanol, Livestock, Cellulose, Input Production, and more. This ensures a diversified allocation, spreading portfolio risk for shareholders.
Dozens of experienced professionals organized into teams and committees, who gather to discuss operations with potential asymmetrical returns and define the portfolio.
Kinea's Agribusiness Funds adopt a smart capital allocation strategy, aiming to balance their portfolio to maximize profitability and mitigate systemic risks.
Kinea's Agribusiness Funds distribute monthly dividends, making them extremely attractive for building long-term passive income.
What are Agribusiness Funds?
Kinea's Agribusiness Funds are dedicated to investing in securities, especially Agribusiness and Real Estate Receivables Certificates (CRAs and CRIs respectively), FIAGRO shares, and Agribusiness and Real Estate Credit Letters (LCAs and LCIs respectively). With dynamic and intelligent allocation, the fund aims to generate monthly income for shareholders, consistently distributing dividends.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the dividend payment frequency?
The dividend payment for Kinea's Agribusiness Funds is monthly.
Are the monthly yields fixed?
No. Monthly yields can vary based on factors such as bond yields, the number of business days in the month, and others.
What is the taxation applicable to Agribusiness Fund investors?
Individuals are exempt from Income Tax on the income distributed by the funds. There is an Income Tax rate of 20% on earnings obtained from legal entities. In the sale of shares on the secondary market, both individuals and legal entities are subject to a 20% Income Tax on capital gains.
What types of assets can Agribusiness Funds invest in?
Kinea's Agribusiness Funds can invest in a range of private securities such as CRAs, CRIs, FIAGRO shares, LCAs, and LCIs from several companies and segments of the agribusiness market. Some of these segments include Sugar and Ethanol, Grains and Cotton, Agricultural Inputs, Fruits and Vegetables, Animal Protein, and Cellulose.