San Antonio Winery:
Four generations of making wine
and growing their business.

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Creating fertile ground
for agribusiness growth.

As the world's population grows, Bank of America Merrill Lynch is deeply committed to helping food producers expand and capitalize on new business opportunities globally. Working with an experienced client manager and the most knowledgeable team in agribusiness, you have access to comprehensive capabilities and capital strength to help you succeed.

Client-centric approach

  • In-depth sector expertise, including packaged foods, farm product processing, crop farming, dairy, beef, poultry, pork and seafood, and vintners

  • Focused understanding of your unique needs

  • Single point of contact

Unsurpassed capabilities

  • Full breadth of financial capabilities and guidance worldwide

  • Tailored solutions from lending, equipment financing and capital raising to cash management, liquidity management, trade finance, and risk management

Strength and commitment

  • Leading expertise and platform to serve your business locally and globally

  • More than $20 billion in outstanding credit commitments to agribusiness

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Solutions for Agribusinesses

Financial Strength

  • The #1 U.S. bank-owned leasing company
    Monitor, 2014


Farming the Globe

With the world's population on the rise, agriculture is struggling to find ways to keep up with the increasing demand for food – which is expected to grow 70% by 2050. Modern farmers must weigh the benefits of a range of new technologies and investment options, as well as make major generational family decisions in order to compete. Banking solutions play a big part in developing and executing the right business strategies—and turning challenge into opportunity.


Case Study

San Antonio Winery: Four-generation family tradition of making wine and growing their business (video)

From the beginning, Bank of America Merrill Lynch has helped finance San Antonio Winery's growth.


White Paper

When Treasury Meets Trade

Gone are the days when treasury and trade were seen as separate. The move away from letters of credit in recent years has combined with a greater focus on counterparty risk and cash flow, leading more corporations to take a comprehensive approach to treasury and trade. Financial institutions and technology vendors are similarly aligning themselves to provide an integrated working capital offering – one that often features a supply chain finance component.

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