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Your cash flow cycle can be inconsistent and unpredictable. To help you succeed we provide an array of solutions to optimize your business cash flow. Whether you need financing for crops, livestock, or major equipment purchases, PNC has solutions that make your business more predictable.
A custom banking approach is necessary to keep your cash flow consistent and predictable. Whether you're a lifestyle farmer, own a small farm, operate a large commercial farm, or run an agri-business, PNC has the products, services and experience to help you achieve your goals.
PNC is one of the Top 20 agriculture banks in the nation and has supported the industry for many years. You require bankers that understand how a farm or agri-business operates, in addition to the market trends that may impact your business and financial stability. At PNC, we have a dedicated staff of agricultural bankers devoted to keeping your farm or agri-business running smoothly and profitably. Our sales team is committed to building solid, long-term relationships with agriculture producers and agri-businesses.
PNC is also dedicated to the communities where agriculture producers work and live through our close working relationships with agricultural associations and local extension offices, in addition to supporting county fairs and industry specific conventions.
Your cash flow cycle can be inconsistent and unpredictable. We understand the unique challenges your business faces and the special role that cash flow plays in your success. To help you succeed we provide an array of solutions to optimize your business cash flow.Whether you need financing for crops, livestock, or major equipment purchases, PNC has solutions that make your business more predictable, including flexible repayment schedules. Additionally, we can help accelerate the collection of receivables, monitor and project cash, and improve the ways you make payments. We also offer a full suite of online tools and reporting for easy account analysis. Explore all of these solutions in more detail below.
The health of your business depends on your ability to analyze performance and confidently make decisions that will help you achieve your goals. With Cash Flow InsightSM, you can visualize your cash flow week-to-week, month-to-month and even year-to-year with innovative views so you can see trends that may help with future projections. See how it works »
PNC offers business checking accounts with features for the needs of your farm or agri-business.
Talk to us about your agriculture business, where you want it to go, and how we can help you get it there. Your PNC Agricultural Banker will identify key components of your business' revenue cycle, and help you select the options best suited for your needs.
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