ASB's Steve Jurkovich on how the bank aims to continue strong lending growth in its corporate, rural and commercial operations

ASB's Steve Jurkovich on how the bank aims to continue strong lending growth in its corporate, rural and commercial operations

By Gareth Vaughan

ASB, which has been growing corporate, commercial and rural lending above overall systems growth over the past two to three years, can continue doing so by supporting ambitious customers, says the bank's head of corporate, commercial and rural lending.

Steve Jurkovich told interest.co.nz ASB had achieved good growth in the property and dairy conversion areas in particular, and had won business both in post earthquake Christchurch, and from money being transferred to Auckland from Christchurch.

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