ANZ

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group or commonly known as ANZ is listed among the top 4 banks in Australia. The bank is the largest listed company in New Zealand and the largest Australian bank in Asia. According to APRA it had 794 branches in 2012.

In 2010, the group provided a range of banking and financial products to over 5.7 million individual customers and employed over 40,000 people globally. The bank operates in 32 countries in Europe, Asia and America.

ANZ shares are listed on Australian and New Zealand stock exchanges with headquarters being in Melbourne. The bank first opened in 1835 as the Bank of Australasia in Sydney and then in Melbourne in 1838

They provide a range of banking products addressed to individual clients includes: current and saving accounts, term deposits, credit and debit cards, home and personal loans and a selection of insurances, such as: home, car, travel, life insurance, income protection and credit & loan insurance. Wealth management services embrace investment accounts and trustees and retirement plans. Customers can also benefit from international payments and foreign exchange.

Source: http://www.anz.com.au

ANZ Services

Personal Banking

  • Day-to-Day Accounts
  • Savings Accounts
  • Term Deposits
  • Credit Cards
  • Home Loans
  • Loans
  • Insurance
  • Investments
  • Foreign Currency Services

Individual Investments

  • Shares
  • Managed Funds
  • Investment Loans
  • Superannuation & Retirement
  • Planning & Advice

ANZ Discussion

  • Q: Address of you branch in the Sunshine Plaza Maroochydore

    Reply Christo from Townsville, Australia
  • Q: what ois the best term or bank deposit rate currently pon offer for a larger deposit

    Reply Kevin DeCean from Australia
  • Q: Is that intrest rate per month or daily

    Reply Thomas from Pantai, Malaysia
  • Q: Do anz shareholders have to pay for bank cheques to be issued?

    Reply alex from Yarralumla, Australia

ANZ Discussion Activity

  • Savings
    Q: What is the interest rate on saving account? I am an international student (from Egypt) and planning to move to NZ for further studies. If for example I transfer 50,000 NZ dollars, what is the monthly return? Will my savings be taxed or the interest rate be taxed?

    Reply Khaled from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • - Savings
    Q: Are there any fees associated with your cash management account

    Reply Jim Biss from Applecross, Australia
  • - Savings
    Q: Are there any fees associated with your cash management account

    Reply Jim Biss from Applecross, Australia