Banking - How to achieve better results from your bank in a changing environment
(for Commercial and Agri businesses)
Despite some strong headwinds facing banks the best farming & commercial businesses are still enjoying good access to capital to grow their business. There is still a competitive banking market out there for business with a better financial strategy and results. Developing a strong relationship with your bank is one of the most significant decisions you can make to manage and grow your business.
Work together and learn how to:
- take control of your credit relationship and how you can shape your strategy to a bank audience for a better result
- access capital
- understand and influence the costs of finance and some of the changes occurring with the banks
- achieve beneficial outcomes specific to your business
Scott Wishart, Managing Director NZAB
Scott has had 14 Years’ experience in the agribusiness banking industry, including senior relationship and agribusiness sector leadership roles and was a recipient of several bank awards for customer service and business growth. His recent experience includes leading the business development and strategy segments of a major bank, which enjoyed significant market share growth, as well as development of the tools and processes used which culminated in an investment in industry leading farm software. Scott has a unique understanding of both farmer, business and internal bank and regulatory requirements, and can use this experience to ensure finance applications are prepared in a way that gets the best outcome for both customer and bank.
Andrew Laming, Director NZAB
Andrew has worked in the agribusiness banking industry for 19 years. A leading senior banker and recipient of a number of bank awards, he has a wide range of banking skills, in both agribusiness and corporate finance and credit analysis. His previous specialist roles also include equity partnership formation, governance leadership, and he has become a sought-after expert in debt and interest rate structuring. He is equally at home dealing with corporate agribusinesses as he is dealing with commercial businesses of all sizes.