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ANZ wins best Agribusiness Bank for third year

ANZ wins best Agribusiness Bank for third year


ANZ has taken out CANSTAR’s Best Agribusiness Bank award for 2014 – the third consecutive year it has won the award.

The coveted award goes to the institution that provides the best combination of products and services to agribusiness customers.


“We’re delighted that ANZ has again taken out the award that was first won by The National bank in 2012,” said Graham Turley, ANZ’s Managing Director Commercial & Agri.


“The focus of our agri relationship team is to help rural businesses lift their productivity and profit, and take advantage of fast-growing global demand for New Zealand agricultural products.


“This award recognises the depth of the expertise we offer, as well as the quality of our products and number of dedicated agri managers we have available to help our rural customers in every part of the country.


“Our customers can count on us for specialist products, such as equipment finance, insurance and wealth offerings, as well as specialist support in currency risk and commodity risk management, and market leading information and research to help grow their businesses and become more efficient.

“As New Zealand’s largest rural lender, we work hard to provide support for every area relevant to our agribusiness industry.”

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