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Rabobank New Zealand COVID-19 update 10 March

Covid-19 Requirements for Rabobank NZ offices and events

Since the start of the pandemic, our focus has been to look after our people, clients and suppliers by minimising the risk of COVID-19 transmission in the workplace.

As part of this, our Board and NZ Leadership Team have strongly supported vaccination as an important step in helping New Zealand reduce the risk of COVID-19 in our communities.

After consulting our employees and completing a workplace health and safety assessment, we have recently confirmed our Vaccination Policy to our people.

From Monday March 14, 2022, all visitors to our offices, including suppliers, vendors and clients, along with all attendees at Rabobank-hosted events, must wear face masks and provide a valid COVID-19 “My Vaccine Pass” before entering a Rabobank place of work. Visitors must also follow Government requirements such as physical distancing.

We will review this policy on a regular basis to ensure it reflects the prevailing Government health and safety requirements and business continuity risks.

We understand that this remains a challenging time for all New Zealanders. We will keep you updated should our Vaccination Policy change.

Need more information?

If you have any questions or need assistance please call our Customer Service Unit on 0800 500 933, or Rabobank Online Savings on 0800 22 44 33 .

To find out more about how COVID-19 affects your banking, please visit the Banking Ombudsman COVID-19 FAQs.

For the latest information, please visit the New Zealand Government COVID-19 website or the World Health Organisation for updates.

You can also find more updates on the impact of COVID-19 on the agricultural market on our podcast website RaboResearch podcasts.