December 5, 2012
Aslan Global Management’s CEO, Jes Tarp announced today the management company’s Ukraine operations--Alpha Farm Ukraine—was named Farm of the Year in Ukraine for 2012.
Every year the International Chamber of Commerce, along with Ukraine’s department of economic development monitor over 350,000 businesses in Ukraine. Thirty-five of those businesses are named to a list referred to as ‘The League of the Best,’ for the level of skill development, transparency and community service they model.
Alpha Farm has been included in this list and named ‘Farm of the Year’ each of the last three years.
Here is Jes Tarp (center) and senior manager Aleksander Maltsev (left) our Managing Director, and his assistant Yuri displaying the Award.
November 18, 2012
Forbes online mentioned Aslan Global Management in its article Christian Investors Get Patient With Their Capital.
June 18, 2012
April 27, 2012
Jes Tarp, CEO of Aslan Global Management reports that Mozambique President Armando Guebuza visited Rei do Agro Farm on April 24th 2012. According to Tarp,“This was a very significant day for Rei do Agro and the future of commercial soybean production in Mozambique. The President was clearly surprised and pleased at our progress.”
March 28, 2012
Aslan reports plans to develop large grain crop farming in Tanzania. Negotiations are under way which will allow for the development of over 40,000 acres west of Morogoro in central Tanzania.
January 1, 2012
Aslan reports that it has engaged Waypoint Private Capital as its CFO and Investment Banking firm.
According to Dr. Jes Tarp, Aslan's CEO, this partnership “Will significantly advance our vision to see Africans move from poverty to middle class by focusing on market-driven solutions to food security issues in sub-Saharan Africa.”
December 11, 2011
In Aslan’s year-end report to investors it was reported that its Rei do Agro farm in the Gurue district of Zambezia, Mozambique finalized the purchase of a neighboring start-up farm known as ‘Miranda.’ The purchase included 2500 acres of crop fields and several dozen buildings in the village of Niuce that will be renovated and used for educational, residential and community health initiatives.
Currently, Rei do Agro employs a staff of over 120 employees and anticipates planting over 2000 hectares in 2012.
In addition, Aslan reports that Rei do Agro has been appointed to represent Mozambique on SASA (Sub Saharan Africa Soybean Association).