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Studium generale - HAS Hogeschool - Pierre van Hedel - Rabobank

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Presentatie Pierre van Hedel van Rabobank tijdens Studium Generale bij HAS Hogeschool.

Presentatie Pierre van Hedel van Rabobank tijdens Studium Generale bij HAS Hogeschool.

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  • 1. Future food ambitions: To be realized in a cooperative way? Pierre L. van Hedel Managing Director Rabobank Foundation Rabobank Netherlands2304121
  • 2. 1. Rabobank 2. Rabobank food challenge 3. Rabobank - Rabobank Foundation 4. HAS2304121
  • 3. 1. Rabobank 2. Rabobank food challenge 3. Rabobank - Rabobank Foundation 4. HAS2304121
  • 4. 1. Rabobank Facts and figures2304121
  • 5. ITEMS 1. Role of cooperatives in giving access to finance and access to markets. What’s the role of a cooperative ? How should they be organized and how to be supported? What are lessons learnt ? 2. What are the possibilities of cooperation in the chain for smallholders and how can Rabobank/Rabobank Foundation contribute ? Rabobank with it’s international food- and agri network can play an important role in connecting the small holders to for instance the off takers or retail stores or how to organize the chain from “crop” to “shop “. 3. The role of mergering and upscaling of cooperatives and how to support this process with regards to the lessons learnt in for instance the Netherlands 52304121
  • 6. Features ofof the Rabobank Group Features the Rabobank Group • 26th of the top 1000 World banks (assets $ 947 bln.) • Largest retail bank of the Netherlands • Market leader in F&A, SME, savings and mortgages International presence: • 47 countries • 751 foreign branches of which 600 retail branches • Loan portfolio international wholesale & retail +7% to 93bn • Focus on food & agribusiness (51bn): 55% of total 62304121
  • 7. 135 local (cooperative) mothers and 1 daughter 10 million customers accounts 1,8 million members 135 local banks Rabobank Nederland Board 72304121
  • 8. Governance Rabobank Organisation Local Local Local Local Local Local Member Member Member Member Member Member Bank Bank Bank Bank Bank Bank Regional Delegates Regional Delegates Regional Delegates Assembly Assembly Assembly Central Delegates Assembly Board Supervisory. of Directors board General Meeting 82304121
  • 9. Rabobank Group: 135 mothers, 1 daughter 10 million customers 1.8 mio members 135 local member banks Rabobank Nederland Wholesale Banking and Market support domestic international Retail Group activities Retail Banking Banking  Corporate Clients  Retail  Co-operative and Administrative Affairs  Rabobank International  SME  Group ICT  Private Banking  Lending  Shared Services & Facilities  Other support services Asset management Other Leasing Real Investment group divisions Estate  Robeco Group  De Lage Landen  Rabo Real  Obvion Estate (mortgages)  Schretlen & Co  Alex  FGH Bank 92304121
  • 10. Mutual Guarantee Scheme provides a basis of unique strength Level 1 Local member banks are mutually liable for financial obligations Rabobank Nederland Rabo Mortage Bank De Lage Landen Level 2 Schretlen 102304121
  • 11. Roles of Rabobank Nederland 1. Strategy and policy development follows trends, makes market analysis. Based on this advices local banks in their strategy and kpi´s 2. Support Product development, marketing materials and systems 3. Supervisor Supervision delegated from De Nederlandsche Bank, in consultation with local banks 4. Holding subsidiaries and foreign banks 112304121 11
  • 12. 2. Rabobank and the Food Challenge2304121
  • 13. Our common challenge: How to feed 9 billion people in 2050? 132304121
  • 14. Drivers of long term food demand • Population growth (2050: > 9 billion, 70% live in urban area’s) • Income growth (emerging economies, dietary change) • Non-food demand (bijv. biofuel) 142304121
  • 15. The global food security challenge • To double agricultural production by 2050 with declining and unequal distributed resources in terms of land, water and phosphate • To link smallholder farmers to markets and to integrate them into global food value chains in sustainable way • To create a reliable enabling environment in developing countries to make long term change and investment possible 152304121
  • 16. Why look at small-scale farming for food security? • 85 % of all farms worldwide are < 2 ha; 97 % of farm holdings are <10 ha • Cultivating up to 80% of the land in Asian and African countries • Smallholders produce some 80% of food consumed locally • Smallholders are the backbone of rural economies that are home to some 2 billion people, incl. half of the world’s undernourished people 162304121
  • 17. Challenges for access to value chains of smallholders • Low volumes of produce to sell • High transaction costs • Limited ability to meet high quality standards – Limited access to agricultural education and extension • Variable quality between farms • Demographics – Farmers are ageing – Decreasing enrollment 172304121
  • 18. Food losses Roughly one-third of the edible parts of food produced for human consumption, gets lost or wasted globally, which is about 1.3 billion ton per year. Significant amounts of the food produced in developing countries are lost both before and after harvest thereby aggravating hunger. Causes of food losses : • Extension services • Storage and cooling facilities • Market intelligence • Lack of proper transport systems and bad conditions of the road. • Quality of inputs • Processing • Selection of crops • Lack of proper irrigation 182304121
  • 19. Food loss percentages are high and caused by value chain specific reasons. Eight groups of causes are identified. It is estimated (FAO) that about one third of all food produced for human consumption never reaches the stomach. Roughly one-third of the edible parts of food produced for human consumption, gets lost or wasted globally, which is about 1.3 billion ton per year. Significant amounts of the food produced in developing countries are lost both before and after harvest thereby aggravating hunger. • Extension services: • Storage and cooling facilities: • Market intelligence: • Lack of proper transport systems and bad conditions of the road. • Quality of inputs:. • ProcessingSelection of crops: • Lack of proper irrigation: 192304121
  • 20. Who is going to help this man and who is going to solve the problem? Governments? Private sector? Knowledge institutes? NGO’s? 202304121
  • 21. Who is going to help this man and who is going to solve the problem? Governments? Private sector? Knowledge institutes? NGO’s? Governments, private sector, knowledge institutes and NGO’s together! AND Farmers working together in a cooperative way! 212304121
  • 22. Rabobank is not alone… ‘Cooperative Enterprises build a better world’ 222304121
  • 23. ‘Co-operatives are a reminder to the international community that it is possible to pursue both - economic viability and - social responsibility.’ Ban Ki Moon Secretary General United Nations 232304121
  • 24. 3. Rabobank Rabobank Foundation2304121
  • 25. What does Rabobank do…? Partnerships F&A principles Round tables Supply chain policies Rabobank Research International Rabo Development Sharing knowledge Rabobank Foundation Networking events 252304121
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  • 27. The Rural Fund enhances the RABO Bank’s strategy High RABO Objectives of RABO Bank: International 1. Build a Leading Position in the RABO International Agri sector by establishing a professional European player in Branch Network the Agri Fund sector . Level of Client Sophistication RABO 2. Integrated Value Chain Financing, Development by leveraging various RABO entities. RABO 3. Operate in line with CSR Sustainable principles Agri Guarantee The Rural Fund Fund (SAGF) RABO Foundation Investment Size High 27 272304121
  • 28. ITEMS 1. Role of cooperatives in giving access to finance and access to markets. What’s the role of a cooperative ? How should they be organized and how to be supported? What are lessons learnt ? 2. What are the possibilities of cooperation in the chain for smallholders and how can Rabobank/Rabobank Foundation contribute ? Rabobank with it’s international food- and agri network can play an important role in connecting the small holders to for instance the off takers or retail stores or how to organize the chain from “crop” to “shop “. 3. The role of mergering and upscaling of cooperatives and how to support this process with regards to the lessons learnt in for instance the Netherlands 282304121
  • 29. Rabo Development 292304121
  • 30. Retail Rabobank GroupRF Customer BusinessesFund Rabobank Foundation International (75%) • 25 countries • Rural • Co-operative/SME • F&A • Financial Tools Savings and Loan Farmer Producer Co-operatives Organisations 302304121
  • 31. Products for development • Donations • Loans Technical assistence; Donations; 20% 20% • Trade financing and Guarantees • Technical assistance Fair trade financing; 30% – Local experts Microfinance; 30% – Rabobank experts – External experts 312304121
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  • 33. Rabobank International and the local member banks and their customers Rabobank Development (Tanzania, Zambia, Paraguay, Mozambique, etc.) Rabobank 200 Foundation projects (25 countries) 332304121
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  • 42. Example projects Cacoa in Cameroon Sugarcane and rice in Mozambique Banana Farmers in Peru Coffee in Tanzania peppers in x 422304121
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  • 50. CCF Sri Lanka • Behoefte aan ondersteuning • Projectadoptie Rotary • Projectadoptie Rabobank Groen Hart Noord 502304121
  • 51. Countries Rabobank Foundation (1) Columbia Columbia Bolivia paraguay 512304121
  • 52. Countries Rabobank Foundation (2) Rwanda Mozambique 522304121
  • 53. 4. HAS2304121
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  • 55. HAS ? Member attitude and commitment Political and Market legal orientation environment Scale and scope Determinants Governance Financial Sustainability ability Knowledge 552304121
  • 56. Future food ambitions: To be realized in a cooperative way? Thank You Pierrevan Hedel Managing Director Rabobank Foundation Rabobank Netherlands P.L.hedel@rn.rabobank.nl2304121

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