St. Louis, Mo. (October 13, 2016) – Agricultural lending company Rabo AgriFinance is working to offer support for clients and others facing devastating loss as a result of Hurricane Matthew. As the storm exits eastern North Carolina, the clear impact is significant and widespread.
“Our biggest concern is the safety and security of our colleagues and clients,” notes Garner, North Carolina- based Senior Relationship Manager Jay Smith. “We are just starting to see the catastrophic damage to crops, structures and livestock as a result of Hurricane Matthew.”
The Rabo AgriFinance staff will work closely with clients who have agricultural operations impacted by the flooding. The company is also implementing a donation-match for employees who contribute to American Red Cross relief efforts in Eastern North Carolina.
“We are committed to our clients and we understand that natural disasters are part of working in production agriculture,” notes Rabo AgriFinance CEO Rob van Zadelhoff. “It is our practice to stand by our clients in difficult periods and work with them individually to provide appropriate support measures.”
Rabo AgriFinance is a provider of capital and financial solutions to leading U.S. agricultural producers and agribusinesses.
You can learn more about Rabo AgriFinance by visiting www.Raboag.com.
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About Rabo AgriFinance
As a leading financial services provider for agricultural producers and agribusinesses in the United States, Rabo AgriFinance adds value using industry expertise, client-focused solutions, and by creating long-term business relationships. Rabo AgriFinance offers a comprehensive portfolio of services that gives producers the right products to prepare for, and take advantage of, market opportunities. Rabo AgriFinance representatives offer a wide array of financial services and knowledge to help customers realize their ambitions. This comprehensive suite of services includes loans, insurance, input finance and effective risk management products. Rabo AgriFinance is a subsidiary of Rabobank, the premier bank to the global agriculture industry and one of the world’s largest and safest banks.
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