It's my pleasure to welcome you to HSBC Agriculture. We're proud to say we were the first ever banking team to be specifically focused on your industry. Our national network of specialist agriculture managers are dedicated to you and your industry.
We are focussed on helping your business to take advantage of opportunities, however challenging the environment.
So whatever your agriculture enterprise we look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your business ambitions.
Neil Wilson, Head of Agriculture
Our specialist agriculture managers live and breathe farming. Find out how the tailored way we think about your business can make all the difference to your future performance.
The individual nature of your business means our dedicated managers won’t offer off the shelf products. Discover more about our flexible solutions and how they could add value to your business.
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Taking the Pulse is our regular update on the agriculture industry, exploring the latest developments in key sectors and sharing the views and insights of successful businesses.
Trade has become the key issue in whatever type of Brexit we end up with, presenting some risks, but plenty of opportunities too, writes Cedric Porter, editor of Brexit Food & Farming.
Cybercrime and fraud may not be something that people naturally associate with agriculture, but criminals are increasingly targeting businesses throughout the sector. Here we look at the steps you can take to protect yourself and the most common ways fraudsters may target your business.
Trends for healthier eating and developments in plant science and farm technology are creating “unlimited opportunities” for the horticulture sector. But, says the NFU’s Ali Capper, the UK needs a fit-for-purpose immigration policy and better access to funding and innovation.
From beef cattle, pigs and orchards to anaerobic digestors and glasshouses, the Hunnifords certainly haven’t rested on their laurels when it comes to growing the family farm business.
The UK market for eggs is in a strong position with sales on the increase. To maximise opportunities, producers need to ride out current overproduction and prepare for some fundamental changes. Gary Ford, the NFU’s Chief Poultry Adviser, explains more.
Just four years ago, Paul and Dwynwen Williams were facing the challenge of taking over a new farm. Today, they're award-winners, judged top in the UK for their technology-aided, high-performance husbandry.