Evidence is presented that HD 4065A is a newly discovered HgMn star. The Hg II line at 3983.93 Å is present in two spectra acquired with the High Resolution Spectrograph mounted behind the South African Large Telescope and separated by about 2 months and 25 days. The lines on the second spectrum are redshifted reflecting the orbital motion of HD 4065A around the center of mass of a binary system. The far-ultraviolet spectrum, SWP 20399 collected with IUE, shows a strong resonance line of Ga II usually conspicuous in the far-ultraviolet spectra of HgMn star. A first spectrum synthesis of the spectral range from 3900 up to 4000 Å yields estimates of the abundances of calcium (0.10 solar), zirconium (25 solar) and mercury (50,000 solar).