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Complementary financial assessment for Australian Farmers members

Want to better understand the financial position of your agribusiness, and the areas in which your strategy could be improved? Allow us to provide you with a complimentary Financial Performance Assessment!

In today’s competitive environment, it is essential for agribusinesses to remain on the front foot in order to ensure they survive and thrive. Strategic advice can help you make the right decisions today so that you have appropriate structures in place for future succession. Importantly, effectively analysis of your financial position can identify opportunities in your strategy, and minimise the risks that come with a volatile industry.

A Family Office offering

Crowe Horwath Australasia, part of Findex, is a global leader in providing an integrated and cost-effective Family Office service to agribusinesses and individuals. With access to 110 offices through rural, regional and metropolitan Australia and New Zealand, Crowe Horwath has the diversity of both skills and resources to identify with local opportunities - and the specific challenges - that farmers face.

The Family Office model brings together all of the required specialists in a coordinated approach to deliver a streamlined and integrated service to you. This single and consistent point of contact ensures that your team of advisers is able to work collaboratively to:

  1. identify your needs;
  2. determine the gaps in your strategy; and
  3. establish advantageous solutions.

Allow us to provide you with a complimentary Financial Performance Assessment.

What is a Financial Performance Assessment?

We bring together a team of industry specialists to assess your current financial position and goals, in light of your unique challenges and your stage in the financial life cycle. This meeting will identify areas where your strategy could be improved, and generate a tailored series of recommendations across our service lines.

Providing time for you to consider the options presented, we will contact you to discuss the next steps, should you wish to avail yourself of any of the recommendations. In addition:

  • we will meet regularly to track your finances in line with your goals, and look for opportunities or potential issues to address; and
  • we will see that you are allocated an expert adviser to meet with you regularly and discuss your financial goals and any further recommendations made by the team.

Want to get your performance assessment?

Register here and a Crowe Horwath expert will be in touch shortly.

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