Suncorp supports agribusiness in the Balonne Shire
IT HAS been a recordbreaking 2017 financial year for many in the agricultural sector, and forecasters are predicting overall farm production values will remain above the current five-year average for years to come.
Cattle prices are also expected to stay above average, but with much of the region having been drought declared for the past four years, the industry is facing a number of challenges.
Suncorp district banking manager Sarah Mace said her team in St George was there to support its customers through the ups and downs of the current agricultural cycle and was passionate about helping customers achieve success.
“The difference with our team is that we all have such a strong affinity with the region and the rural sector,” Sarah said.
“I grew up on the land and I now live locally with my husband on our family farming operation at Nindigully, so we are facing the same challenges as our customers.
“Suncorp is committed to supporting agribusiness in our community, and my team is passionate about working with customers to meet their financial and business objectives and developing successful long-term relationships,” she said.
Suncorp bank has a long and proud history supporting regional and rural Australia, having started its operations in 1902 as the Queensland Agricultural Bank.
To get in touch with Sarah, phone her on 0427 163 722 or email email@example.com.
SUNCORP BANK: District banking manager Sarah Mace is based in St George.