Video: Eoin Lowry on the future of agri sector

Head of Agri at Bank of Ireland talks about the challenges facing the Irish agri sector and what the future looks like for this sector as we emerge from another lockdown and begin to move forward. 

Eoin Lowry joined Bank of Ireland in 2020 as head of Agri, to support the Bank’s growth strategy in the country’s largest indigenous industry.

He draws on his commercial and international experience in the sector to provide insights into global agriculture and how they impact farming, food and agribusiness in Ireland.

Lowry has held a number of senior commercial positions in the agri sector in Ireland and abroad, including Managing Director of a leading fertilizer importer and manufacturer. His knowledge base extends across globally traded agri-commodities and includes driving productivity, managing volatility, adding value and developing business.

He has provided extensive insight and analysis on the sector writing extensively on the subject as former Agribusiness Editor with the Irish Farmers Journal.

He holds a master’s degree in Agricultural Science from UCD, an MBA from Smurfit School of Business and is past president of the Agricultural Science Association and the Irish Fertiliser Marketing Association.

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