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About Us

ANZ is a successful bank with a proud history spanning over 175 years. As one of the world’s leading financial service groups, we operate in 32 markets with a combined customer base of 8 million customers.

Some key facts about ANZ:

  • Largest Australian bank in Asia
  • Top 10 listed companies on the Australian Stock Exchange
  • One of 25 largest listed banks in the world
  • Long term AA-credit rating (Standard & Poor’s)

ANZ comprises retail, wealth and commercial business segments across the world’s major financial markets, including Australia, New Zealand, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Europe and the United States. 

ANZ in Asia

Drawing on the resources of our global banking network, ANZ offers integrated capabilities across Asia. Since opening our first office in Japan over 40 years ago, we have rapidly expanded to become the largest Australian bank in the region. With a clear strategy to focus on growth in the Asia Pacific – one of the world’s fastest growing regions – ANZ is well positioned to assist companies with business interests in Asia, as well as Asian-based operations worldwide.

ANZ Institutional

ANZ Institutional provides banking services across cash management, trade and financial markets to large corporations and financial institutions. We service a diverse range of industries in all markets where ANZ has established a presence. 

Our regional network of specialist bankers provides clients with unique insights into their businesses and industries. From private businesses needing a local bank, to multinationals requiring global reach, our bankers have the connections and know-how to drive your business forward.

Committed for the long-haul, ANZ is committed to offer clients genuine banking partnerships. In fact, some of our most successful partnerships have spanned over 100 years. Our bankers take the time to develop a deep understanding of your strategic objectives and the industries and markets you operate in.


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