Agribusiness Consulting


Agriculture is big game at the moment, with significant opportunities for both sides of the transaction: those looking to invest and those looking to grow. Our aim is to facilitate the development in mutually beneficial partnerships that capitalise on the strengths of both parties and then assist in the management of agribusiness projects.

We specialise in identifying and developing opportunities in Australian agribusiness. We know what is required for a successful deal to eventuate, and how to mitigate against risks in the process.

Chapman Eastway has expertise in Australia and Asia in food and beverage production, marketing and distribution as well as more generally in global agribusiness. Whether it is fund establishment, due diligence, sale or acquisitions – we are proud to be contributing to the expansion of Australia’s agricultural trade and economic growth. 

Our Agribusiness consultants work closely with senior decision-makers in agriculture as well as state and federal government bodies. We currently partner small-large sized farms, major agribusiness corporations, industry bodies and government departments. This has given us an unparalleled understanding of base line production as well as the corporate agribusiness environment.

Chapman Eastway provides business consulting in areas of agricultural supply, marketing, policy and international transactions. We are active in shaping policy and developing alternative investment frameworks and finance models. We recently published an industry-wide report on the nature of succession in rural families, which is being used to shape state and federal policy in the areas of tax, superannuation and estate planning. 

  • Deal structuring
  • Due diligence
  • Sales and acquisitions
  • Cross-border transactions
  • Compliance
  • Economic, policy and strategy advice for the government sector
  • Government Interactions, funds and grants
  • Business migration

Accounting for Rural Families

Traditionally a rural Business Advisory firm, Chapman Eastway has maintained its agricultural legacy for over 100 years. Many of our clients are spread across regional Australia and have been with us for multiple generations. This means are client relationships are more similar to a partnership, one in which Chapman Eastway are personally invested in achieving best result for the family and business owners at every point of the business cycle.

Our services to rural clients include:

  • Succession Planning
  • Accounting for Rural Business
  • Human Resources
  • Grants and Funding

International Transactions for Agribusiness

Chapman Eastway specialise in identifying and developing opportunities in Australian agribusiness.

The past five years has seen rapid growth in foreign interest in the Australian commodity market as foreign bodies seek to diversify their portfolios and meet the challenge of global food demand. Chapman Eastway has been involved in both sides of the transaction process over the last 10 years, matching businesses looking to grow with investors who are keen to get in on the Agricultural game, and to great success. Whether it is fund establishment, due diligence, sale or acquisitions – we are proud to be contributing to the expansion of Australia’s agricultural trade links and economic growth. 

Because of our background in taxation, government and Business Advisory as well as our extensive global network, Chapman Eastway is in the optimum position to help you achieve your international business objectives. Our service offering includes:

  • Business migration
  • Navigating country-specific rules and regulations
  • Tax advice
  • Business Structuring
  • Development, expansion and integration plans

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