Global experience, local advice
Rabobank’s Mergers & Acquisitions division is a sector-driven specialist service advising Rabobank’s key middle market and corporate clients. A highly skilled team in project management, negotiation and execution of deals, they place the utmost importance on client trust and confidentiality. The division advise and consult on:
- Strategic mergers, acquisitions and divestments
- Trade sales
- Equity raisings – private and public
- Coordination for third party debt arranging
Networking your business
Using our strong links to Rabobank’s mergers and acquisitions network throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia, the corporate advisory specialists have executed cross-border mandates with parties in the Netherlands, Hong Kong, Spain, Brazil, Switzerland and USA.
Rabobank Corporate Advisory services are provided through Coöperatieve Centrale Raiffeisen-Boerenleenbank B.A. (Australia Branch) ABN 70 003 917 655 AFSL 238 446.
Food & Agribusiness Research and Advisory Service
We bring the world to you
Our business banking specialists can offer further value to your business by tapping into Rabobank’s local and global research resources. The Food & Agribusiness Research and Advisory team is a dedicated unit within Rabobank which undertakes research into food and agribusiness sectors in New Zealand and Australia.
Worldwide access and knowledge
Part of a global team of around 80 professionals in ten countries, they provide a unique and truly global perspective on market and commercial developments in food and agribusiness, producing world-class research on:
- The latest innovations and management practices in the food and agribusiness sector
- International and domestic agricultural commodity trends
- Future industry developments
In line with our commitment to add value to our clients, Rabobank shares this information with clients in the form of commodity-based ‘Global Focus’ reports and commodity and industry notes (produced globally by Rabobank’s worldwide team of food and agribusiness researchers).
Specialists in your field
In New Zealand and Australia, the team offers expertise across a wide range of areas, such as export market characteristics, international trade issues, worldwide production and consumer trends, and the latest innovations across the value chain.
Commodity specialisations include animal proteins, grains, oilseeds, pulses, wool, dairy, viticulture, aquaculture and horticulture. In addition, the team coordinates and hosts a regular program of visiting international experts to speak at major industry and commodity events.