Justin Webb

Executive Chair, Founder
The Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of agricultural technology “startup”: AgriWebb which is now the world's leading farm management and meat supply chain software. Recently valued by external investment from a publicly listed company at over $100m, AgriWebb has grown over the past 6 years to manage over 15m head of livestock across 100m acres around the globe. Justin continues to manage and execute the expanding international footprint in the UK, South Africa, Brazil and the USA. A serial entrepreneur, Justin founded and built two Global quantitative hedge funds based on complex adaptive systems including machine learning and other non-linear techniques. Together with his co-founder, Justin conceived and implemented innovations in insight generation from data handling of large samples, predictive modeling, portfolio optimization and trading algorithms, returning strong investment returns and building both AUM and international scale before selling the equity of the head businesses to Macquarie (ASX:MQG) & Westpac (WBG.ASX) Banks. Justin subsequently founded “PacWealth Capital”; a pioneering $4Bn asset advisory firm in the South Pacific servicing sovereign wealth funds and superannuation funds. PacWealth created foundations of governance and asset management for the funds of Papua New Guinea, Fiji and The Solomon Islands. From 2013-2016, Justin served in Australia as a Director and Head of the $60Bn Retail Client Business, Private Banks and Alternative Investments for the Australian & New Zealand franchise of BlackRock Inc. the world’s largest Asset Manager with $7 Trillion in assets. Justin holds Board seats for BitWise Agriculture, Tonnerre Investments and he is an Independent Investment Advisor to International Acquisition Partners in Dallas TX. Away from the desk, Justin’s passion for rowing led him to represent Australia, Harvard and Oxford. Justin earned a BA with Honours in Economics and Applied Mathematics from Harvard University and holds an MBA with distinction from Oxford University where he was the OBA Scholar.


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9 - 11 march