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Increasing the availability of phosphorus is a key technique used by farmers of all persuasions in order to improve their yields.
In the last 100 years, world agriculture has developed an increasing dependence on mineral phosphate fertilisers – a suite of compounds produced exclusively from phosphate rock.
Mitchell is Co-Founder and Co-Managing Partner of Steep Rock Capital LLC. Mitchell served as an Executive Vice President and Principal at Colonnade Properties LLC, an Opportunistic Real Estate Investment Company with $1.5 Billion of Assets under management, where he was principally involved in project acquisition and portfolio management. Mitchell served as Vice President of acquisitions at The Taylor Simpson Group where he worked on acquiring domestic office and hotel assets for a $1.0 BB private REIT.
In the last 12 years Mr Bucci has been involved in approximately $8.0 BB of real estate transactions.
From 2006 to 2007 he closed 25 transactions totaling over $1.5 billion total dollars. Bucci focused on the origination of transitional mortgages and the purchase of mezzanine debt and subordinate mortgage debt and was also instrumental in the execution, sale and ratings process of a $1.0BB CRE CDO. Bucci was a Vice President of Global Commercial Real Estate with Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) from 2003 – 2006. Bucci was a Vice President of the Principal Transactions Group at Credit Suisse founded by Andy Stone.