Sector experts to lead NatWest and RBS Agricultural Conversations


Sector experts to lead NatWest and RBS Agricultural Conversations

NatWest and RBS are hosting a series of free teleconferences, open to all, offering insight on various aspects of the agricultural industry.

The RBS and NatWest agricultural conversations are free to join and open to anyone

The first of the Agricultural Conversations will be held on 3 June 2015 from 8.30-9.30am. It will look at the Combinable Crop sector and feature a panel of expert speakers, including:

Jack Watts, Lead Analyst, Cereals and Oilseeds at the industry body HGCA. Jack will outline the fundamentals of the global combinable crop drivers and the outlook for the 2015/16 marketing season.

Cecilia Pryce, Market Analyst at Openfield, with extensive experience as a trader for Louis Dreyfus (a global merchandiser of commodities and processor of agricultural goods). Cecilia will talk about how growers can maximise and protect their return, and where she sees market opportunity.

Stephen Boyle, Chief Economist at RBS. Stephen will give his thoughts on interest and exchange rates and an assessment of the impact of the new Government on the UK economy and the rural economy in particular.

The call is free to join and open to anyone. You can register here

For more information and details on further conference calls please contact: RBSGroup@rbs.com  

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