Westpac

Westpac Banking Corporation (Westpac) or WBC was founded in 1817 and opened its first office in Sydney. It was the first bank established in Australia and is considered one of the 'big 4' banks. As of 2010 Westpac operated in Australia, New Zealand and the near Pacific region and maintained offices in key financial centers around the world including London, New York, Hong Kong and Singapore. 

The group operate through five business divisions: Westpac Retail & Business Banking (Westpac RBB), BT Financial Group Australia (BTFG), St.George Bank, Westpac Institutional Bank (WIB), and New Zealand Banking.

Westpac products and services for individual clients include: bank accounts, credit cards, personal loans, home loans, insurance and retirement packages, investment solutions such as term deposits, financial planning and managed funds.

Source: http://www.westpac.com.au

Headquarters location: 275 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Headquarters telephone number: (02) 9293 9270

National number contact telephone for banking enquiries within Australia: 132 032

Telephone number for banking enquiries when calling from overseas: +61 2 9293 9270

Westpac Services

Personal Banking

  • Bank Accounts
  • Home Loans
  • Credit Cards
  • Personal Loans
  • Insurance
  • Superannuation
  • investments
  • travel card products

Individual Investments

  • Savings Accounts
  • Term Deposits
  • Self Management Super funds
  • retirement deposits
  • share trading investment loan

Westpac Discussion

  • Q: Have been given a lunchbox full of 1 and 2 cent pieces as a gift from an unwell relative the Mint has told us that we need to contact our bank to see which branch will exchange these coins as they are still legal tender, we live in Kwinana . Thank you

    Reply Rosemary from Australia
  • Q: IT is possible to find any branch of Chase Bank here in Australia, and, could we use debit and credit cards from Chase in Australia and last, could be possible to open an account in your bank from Chase in USA via Online, any help will be appreciated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Reply Carlos from Fort Lauderdale, United States
  • Q: I am Canadian, Can I invest in a Westpac 2 Year Term Deposit at 3 % ?

    Reply Daniel from Lemieux, Canada

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