Meet Tom Campbell | Our People - Rabobank AU
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Our People - Meet Tom

Tom Campbell

Rural Officer, Bendigo VIC

  • Loves working with farmers to plan their next stage of growth
  • Enjoys attending fields days such as Elmore
  • Likes the fact that our single focus is agriculture

Tom Campbell

What is your role here at Rabobank?

I am a Rural Officer with the Bendigo team. Not everyone can say they get excited by budgets, but I do. I believe the analysis of these spreadsheets can provide insights to so many possibilities for the future.

How do you help our clients?

Good old fashioned planning. Clients usually get fairly excited when we work through their budgets and can start to see the next phase of their operation coming to fruition. As someone who is very excited by agriculture, I get a kick out of seeing what a farming business might become in 12 months time.

There have already been some examples where I have worked with clients who have bought more sheep, or built sheds or leased or bought some really nice farms - and are beginning to reap the rewards.

What makes Rabobank different for you?

One of my highlights has been attending the Elmore Field Days where I was able to spend a few days catching up with farmers I had already visited and importantly getting to know a few more. 

What I enjoy most about my job is I get to spend my time talking all things rural and business because that is our single focus at Rabobank. Whether you are in Western Australia or Victoria, the commodities might change and the issues or opportunities might be slightly different - but farmers are still farmers.

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