Commonwealth Bank Agri
Farm Management Deposit
The Commonwealth Bank is the second largest bank in Australia after the National Australia Bank (nab). Commonwealth Bank, Commbank or CBA as it is commonly known as operates internationally with businesses in New Zealand, Asia and the United Kingdom. The Bank has positioned itself for future growth as it continues to provide a full range commercial and of retail banking services including home loans, credit cards, personal loans, term deposits, transaction accounts and car insurance.
In order to cater to the Agriculture trade in Australia Commonwealth Bank’s Agribusiness division has developed Agribusiness Managers who specialise in providing advice and knowledge to the farmers of Australia according to each rural region. Agribusiness Managers are there to provide you with specific solutions to your agribusiness financial needs.
Average fees based on a scenario averaging 25 transactions per month through electronic methods such as ATM, phone and internet.
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