Henry Holcombe

    Henry, (Bachelor Agricultural Economics (Major Agribusiness Marketing) University of Sydney) has worked in the banking sector for 10 years, specialising in Agribusiness finance and Commercial lending; with a further 2 years working as an economist in the meat and livestock industry. Henry’s passion for agribusiness commenced on the family farm, situated in the Border Rivers region of Goondiwindi, which focused on grain, wool and beef. His interest in finance and the agricultural sector has enabled him to assist small, to large farming enterprises reach their full potential. Henry considers the most rewarding aspect of his career is providing solutions and helping businesses achieve their goals; that they once thought were too difficult, or out of reach.

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