With firm roots in local soil but with a global presence, we help you discover the most extraordinary opportunities. Oaklins has extensive knowledge of the dynamic and innovative changes occurring in the global agriculture industry. Our team works together to realize premium valuations for our clients in transactions that include global commodity risks, cross-border crop cycles, weather risks, and changing local regulatory environments.

With us as your partner, you're equipped with the agility to navigate market changes, enter creative and powerful new directions, putting you firmly on the path to positive results.


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Morocco, Casablanca

Tarik Britel

South Africa, Johannesburg

Yaron Zimbler


Canada, Montreal

Guillaume Poulin

United States, Dallas

Antoine Marchand

United States, Jacksonville

Doug Kravet

Asia Pacific

Australia, Sydney

Peter Fraser

China, Shanghai

Angela Chen

Japan, Tokyo

Taro Okayama

Europe and Middle East

Austria, Vienna

Thomas Jungreithmeir

Belgium, Brussels

Thomas Roelens

Czech Republic, Prague

David Tajzich

Denmark, Copenhagen

Daniel Sand

Finland, Helsinki

Mikael Planting

France, Paris

Philippe Hermant

Germany, Hamburg

Thorben Woeltjen

Ireland, Dublin

Ted Webb

Israel, Tel Aviv

Boaz Levi

Italy, Turin

Paolo Russo

Latvia, Riga

Jānis Lasmanis

Netherlands, Amsterdam

Frank de Hek

Portugal, Lisbon

João Beirôco

Spain, Madrid

Laura Satrústegui

Switzerland, Basel

David Zürrer

United Kingdom, London

Amanda Phillips

Recent Oaklins news

A bright spot on the horizon

ORGANIC & SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE:  In spite of global headwinds, capital continues to flow into the flourishing organic & sustainable agriculture sector. How can the industry keep pace with consumer preferences for sustainably produced food and drink? Oaklins’ specialist Doug Kravet highlights market and technology trends driven by consumers’ demand for visibility into the agriculture supply chain. We also spotlight the expansion, diversification and investments of Wilbur-Ellis,…


The next big thing: growers scaling up

SPOT ON HORTICULTURE: Oaklins’ specialist Frank de Hek surveys the horticulture landscape and unearths the market dynamics urging growers to consolidate and maximize on economies of scale. We ask Floré Group’s CEO Werner Krott to share his visionary outlook and the drivers behind his bold decision to merge the group’s azalea activities with those of a competitor. He cites Oaklins’ key role in helping find…


Seeking the switch from conventional to organic farming

SPOT ON ORGANIC & SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE: Our specialist Doug Kravet takes a closer look at significant investments that are being made to increase the industry’s overall capacity to produce organic crops. As consumer preferences continue to tilt towards organic food and drink, all stakeholders in the agriculture supply chain are seeking to help farmers build capacity. Maple Leaf Foods comes under the spotlight as we…


A blossoming combination

DEAL FLASH: Oaklins Smith & Williamson, based in the UK, has advised Icepage Limited (Floranova) on the sale of the company to Syngenta International AG. Oaklins’ team in the  Netherlands provided strong sector expertise. Floranova is an established specialist breeder and supplier of flower and home garden vegetable seeds with a global portfolio and costumers in over 50 countries. Read more about the transaction, market…


Natural growth of M&A activity

SPOT ON ORGANIC & SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE: Is this sector still outperforming the overall agriculture industry? Our specialist Doug Kravet gives un update on the trends, drivers, challenges and opportunities shaping this particularly active and growing market. We turn a spotlight on The Wonderful Company and its strong research and technology commitment to improve product quality while minimizing environmental impact. To date, the company has invested…