Rabobank Wholesale Banking in Singapore
Rabobank has been in Singapore since 1986 and offers the full range of wholesale banking services to our clients.
Our office in Singapore is the hub for our South East Asia business, covering clients in the various South East Asian countries including Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
As a global leading, specialized food and agribusiness bank, Rabobank provides sector expertise, strategic counsel and tailored financial solutions to clients across the whole food value chain. Furthermore, with our expertise in Trade & Commodity Finance in agricultural commodities, energy and metals finance, our team in Singapore provides one-stop trade flow solutions to our clients for their international trade finance transactions.
Our clients include large multinationals, local and regional companies, primarily involved in the Food & Agribusiness and Commodity Trade. In addition, our International Desk in Singapore is dedicated to support the South East Asian operations of our international corporate clients.
- Acquisition Finance
- Corporate Lending
- Corporate Risk and Treasury Management
- Debt Capital Markets
- RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness
- Mergers & Acquisitions Advisory
- Trade and Commodity Finance (Agri, Metals, Energy)
- Value Chain financing
International Desk for international corporate clients
The International Desk in Singapore is dedicated to supporting the South East Asian operations of our international corporate clients. Desk Manager Rijn van Lynden and his team can support you with their knowledge of the local markets.
Our Mission of ‘Growing a better world together’
Enabling the change to a more sustainable food supply chain by working together with our food and agriculture and commodity trade clients around the world is core to our mission of ‘growing a better world together’. We do this by offering financial products to our customers, and sharing with them our knowledge and networks.
Our efforts are focused on addressing the four most pressing food issues:
- Increasing the availability of food
- Improving access to food
- Promoting a balanced nutrition
- Increasing stability of food supply chains