Bonnefield Achieves High Marks with the UN-PRI for the Fourth Consecutive Year

Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA

TORONTO, Oct. 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- For the fourth consecutive year, Bonnefield has achieved an “A” rating from the United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment (UN-PRI) assessment.

Bonnefield was the first farmland company in Canada to formalize its commitment to responsible investing by becoming a signatory of the UN-PRI. It has maintained an “A” rating ever since. “Responsible investing is core to the Bonnefield business model,” said Tom Eisenhauer, Bonnefield’s president. “Through our farmland lease solutions we work with some of Canada’s most progressive farm families who farm sustainability and profitably for the long term, all characteristics that favour strong returns for investors.”

The UN-PRI is a network of global investors committed to working together to put principles of responsible investing into practice. Signatories follow a set of six principles that protect the environment, benefit society, and promote sound governance through integrity and transparent reporting. As part of their commitment, signatories agree to an annual assessment of these principles.

About Bonnefield

Bonnefield is Canada’s foremost provider of land-lease financing for farmers, dedicated to preserving “farmland for farming” across Canada. We partner with progressive, growth-oriented Canadian farmers to provide farmland leasing solutions to help them grow, reduce debt and finance retirement and succession. Bonnefield and its farmland funds are 100% Canadian owned and controlled. Our investors are Canadian individuals and institutional investors who are committed to the long-term future of Canadian agriculture.


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