ANZ Bank operates in over 30 countries, provide services for expats as well
ANZ Bank, which is short for Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited, is one of the largest banks in Australia based on market capitalization. It is also the largest in New Zealand, where it operates under the name ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited. The bank also operates in over 30 other countries, which makes it a good choice for expats looking for a bank that has a formidable global presence.
ANZ was established 180 years ago in 1835, and is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. The bank has an extensive network of more than 1,300 branches, thanks to its aggressive expansion plans which has seen it established operations in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the Pacific, America, and Europe. The bank has also managed to win a number of awards, including sustainability award.
ANZ has more than 9 million customers, who enjoy premium banking services provided by more than 50,000 employees. The regional connections enjoyed by ANZ has made it one of the most popular bank for people in need of international banking services. The company pays emphasis on technological innovation, attention to customer needs, and a connection to major industries and institutions.
ANZ Bank provides several banking services. They include institutional banking, retail banking products, expat banking, commercial banking, wealth management, share trading services, mortgages, and corporate banking. The bank also offer services in financial planning, insurance, mobile and internet banking, foreign exchange services, retirement banking services, investment loans, and specialist small business financial products.
1. Do they provide online banking?
2. Do they have an English website?
Yes. Also english speaking staff.
3. What's the required minimum amount to open a checking account?
No minimum amount required to open an account. The account can be held in a choice of many foreign currencies.
4. What's the required minimum to open a savings account?
No minimum balance required to open the account. Accounts can be denominated in a choice of several foreign currencies.
5. Which countries do they operate in?
Australia, New Zealand, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia, American Samoa,Cook Islands, Fiji, Germany, Guam, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Kiribati, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Tonga, Timor Leste, and United States.
6. Do they issue debit cards?
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