Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) is actively involved in providing a range of banking and financial products and services to retail, small business, corporate and institutional clients. ANZ listed on the ASX on 30 September, 1969. The Company operates mainly in Australia and New Zealand. ANZ has its business operations also across the Asia Pacific regions, and in various other countries, including the United Kingdom and the United States. ANZ head office is based in Melbourne, where it first opened an office as the Bank of Australasia in the 1830s.
- ANZ unaudited Cash Profit (one off items removed) $1.53 billion for the December quarter, up 6.2 percent on the previous corresponding period.
- ANZ unaudited net profits for the quarter fell to $1.36 billion from $1.7 billion.
After several denials, ANZ Banking Group (ANZ) has now confirmed that its online broking business E*Trade Australia became a victim of security breach during the holidays. The broking site received thousands of emails regarding a "denial of service" attack as customers from overseas cannot access their accounts.
ANZ Bank's (ASX:ANZ) is putting Asia in the spotlight. The banking giant said that the continent is forecast to be the major revenue source in its "aggressive" growth in the Asia-Pacific, Europe and America (APEA) region.
ANZ has opened a branch in Mumbai, its first in India. APEA chief executive Alex Thursby said that 70 staff are already in India and he hopes to ramp up this number to about 200 or 300 employees in the coming years.
"Household arrears are a concerning trend; yes, you want to watch it, but it is not disaster," Chronican told reporters at a business conference on Thursday.
"It's a problem that's going to stay with us for a while. I don't know if it will get worse or not.”
Australia's second-largest lender by value also plans to open two more China branches in the medium term. The two branches are in addition to the Shanghai branch which opened in 2008, the first Westpac branch in China.
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