Financial products tailored to the needs of your agribusiness and lifestyle
Elders knows that living in regional and rural Australia has unique financial opportunities and challenges.
That’s why we’ve established relationships with a range of specialists to offer a range of financial products and services tailored for regional and rural Australians.
Farm Management Deposits (FMD)
Set aside pre-tax income during profitable years, earn interest and access it when you need it most.
Full funding for commercial sheep and cattle purchases and obtain cash advances against future sales
Term lending and seasonal finance for your farm business, from Rural Bank.
Open deposit and transactional accounts through our relationship Rural Bank.
Protect your business and home. Elders Insurance offers solutions tailored to your needs.
Wool cash advances
Release the equity in your upcoming wool clip now, with one of our wool cash advance products.
Disclaimer: This information has been prepared without taking into account your personal circumstances, objectives, financial situation or needs. For farm management deposits special legislative requirements must be adhered to and you should consult your taxation advisor before making a decision to invest in a farm management deposit. Terms, conditions, fees and charges apply. All loans subject to Rural Bank’s normal lending criteria, fees and charges apply. Full details are available on application by phoning the Rural Bank Customer Service Team on 1300 660 115 or online at www.ruralbank.com.au or by visiting your local branch. All information is subject to change. Rural Bank products are issued Rural Bank – A Division of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited, ABN 11 068 049 178 AFSL/Australian Credit Licence 237879 and distributed by Elders Rural Services Australia Limited ABN 72 004 045 121 AFSL 237757.
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