Patamar Capital: A Case Study on Responsible Investment into Big Tree Farms

Pham Hong Hanh and Giang Vu, Consultants; Erin Sweeney and Reginald Lee, Grow Asia
Grow Asia

This case study outlines the journey of Patamar Capital in its investment into Big Tree Farms (“BTF”), which sources and processes organic coconut products in Indonesia, one of the world’s top producers of coconuts.

Read the full case study to learn more about how Patamar Capital sees financial returns on their investment, and how their investment is aligned to principles of the ASEAN Guidelines on Promoting Responsible Investment in Food, Agriculture, and Forestry.

This case study is part of a special series that showcases how investments into food, agriculture and forestry sectors retroactively align with the ASEAN Guidelines on Responsible Investment in Food, Agriculture and Forestry (ASEAN RAI). Critically, these case studies showcase:

  1. Social, environmental and financial results of these investments
  2. Business case for responsibly investing in supply chain projects 
  3. How investors ensure long-term sustainability and viability of their investments 
  4. Key policy recommendations and learnings for the future