New Zealand

Agribusiness in New Zealand is a diverse sector. From dairy and livestock farming, horticulture, aquaculture and wineries to value-adders and export business, agribusinesses contribute significantly to the New Zealand economy.

The ability to manage business effectively and profitably is, however, becoming increasingly difficult. Shifting tax legislation, fluctuating economic conditions, variable commodity prices, and extreme weather all present a challenge to traditional business planning.

Our advisors understand the risks and opportunities unique to your industry. They take a strategic view of your operations and provide guidance and advice on a number of matters including:

  • Audit, accounting and tax compliance
  • Taxation advice
  • Equity and debt structuring and restructuring
  • Exit and succession planning
  • Estate planning
  • Cash flow and forecasting
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Governance
  • Domestic and export markets.

So, whether you’re a family owned and operated farm, a winery managed by a board of directors or a value adding export business, we can provide clear, concise and relevant advice to help you succeed.

Agribusiness Industry Specialists

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