The “Terre de Liens” property company[Research paper] by Laura Loffler


The author, who graduated in Applied Economics from the Paris Dauphine University , is a student in the Alternative Management Major third-year specialization program, in HEC. She is also involved in the voluntary sector, as treasurer of the Pro Bono Lab association and as co-founder of Kaléos, an organic and fair trade coffee and cocoa company.

The Foncière Terre de Liens property company is a solidarity-based investment tool which collects savings from citizens to purchase land in order to install or maintain solidarity-based agri-rural project sponsors. Legally, it is a partnership limited by shares and it is managed by the Cooperative Finance Company La Nef and by the Terre de Liens association, whose mission is to support sustainable agriculture in France by facilitating access to agricultural land.

Quote article  Laura Loffler, « The “Terre de Liens” property company », 24 march 2013, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Research paper]

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