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52 Week High
10/28/13 - $35.28
52 Week Low
08/29/13 - $28.94
Market Cap
75.4B
Average Volume 10 Days
4.7K
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
2.4B
EX-Date
11/7/14
P/E TM
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Dividend
$2.83
Dividend Yield
8.17%
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national australia bank ltd (NAUBF) Details

National Australia Bank Limited, together with its subsidiaries, provides various banking and financial products and services. It operates in Business Banking, Personal Banking, Wholesale Banking, NAB Wealth, and NZ Banking segments. The company’s deposit products include transaction accounts, savings accounts, term deposits, and investment accounts, as well as specialized accounts, such as farm management, community fee saver, statutory trust, and foreign currency accounts. Its loan portfolio comprises business loans, including business overdrafts, market rate facility, invoice finance, business options, business markets loans, and insurance premium funding; vehicle and equipment finance; international and domestic trade finance; agribusiness loans; and self-managed superannuation funds. In addition, the company offers insurance products consisting of asset, revenue, ownership, business expenses, income, and employees’ protection products, as well as agricover insurance. Further, it provides business, payment, charge, credit, and access cards; online banking; and payments and merchants solutions. Additionally, the company offers risk management solutions, international trade payment methods, and international banking solutions. It operates approximately 1,750 stores and service centers. The company operates primarily in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. National Australia Bank Limited was founded in 1834 and is based in Docklands, Australia.

42,719 Employees
Last Reported Date: 05/7/14
Founded in 1834

national australia bank ltd (NAUBF) Top Compensated Officers

Group Chief Executive Officer, Managing Direc...
Total Annual Compensation: A$1.4M
Enterprise Executive
Total Annual Compensation: A$1.5M
Group Executive of Personal Banking and Direc...
Total Annual Compensation: A$1.3M
Group Executive of NAB Wealth and Member of G...
Total Annual Compensation: A$1.3M
Group Executive of People, Communications & G...
Total Annual Compensation: A$1.0M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

national australia bank ltd (NAUBF) Key Developments

National Australia Bank Limited Reports Unaudited Consolidated Earnings Results for the Nine Months Ended June 30, 2014

National Australia Bank Limited reported unaudited consolidated earnings results for the nine months ended June 30, 2014. For the period, the company reported interest income of NZD 2,881 million, net interest income of NZD 1,217 million, total operating income of NZD 1,523 million and net profit attributable to shareholders was NZD 598 million against interest income of NZD 2,754 million, net interest income of NZD 1,164 million, total operating income of NZD 1,426 million and net profit attributable to shareholders was NZD 536 million a year ago. Net cash flows from operating activities was NZD 2,647 million compared to net cash flows used in operating activities NZD 14 million a year ago.

National Australia Bank Announces Management Changes

National Australia Bank Limited has announced the appointment of Angela Mentis as group executive of business banking, Antony Cahill as group executive of product and markets, David Gall as group chief risk officer, and Renee Roberts as group executive, enterprise services and transformation. The company also announced that Group Chief Risk Officer, Bruce Munro, 61, had decided to retire from NAB after 40 years in banking and that Group Executive Business Banking Joseph Healy and Group Executive Enterprise Services and Transformation Lisa Gray have both decided now is the appropriate time to leave NAB. Angela Mentis has extensive business, retail and investment banking and wealth management experience spanning more than 27 years. Before being appointed as Group Executive Business Banking, Angela Mentis was Executive General Manager, nabBusiness. Prior to this role Angela was Executive General Manager, NAB Private Wealth for more than five years. Antony Cahill has more than 15 years of banking experience across product, retail and business banking and strategy. He commenced in the role of Executive General Manager, Lending & Deposits in 2013 where he was a member of the Product and Markets Leadership team. Prior to this Antony was Executive General Manager, Digital & Direct Banking, and in this role, he was responsible for NAB's online, digital, mobile, self-service and contact centre assets. David Gall, in a career that has spanned more than 25 years, has experience in corporate and retail banking, working capital services, risk and payments. Since joining NAB in 2008, David has held a number of senior roles including Executive General Manager, Banking & Wealth Solutions with responsibility for UBank, nabTrade, Wholesale, Wealth and NAB's Bank for Superannuation and Ageing initiative. Previously Executive General Manager, Working Capital Services David had overall responsibility for the NAB Group Payments, Transactional Banking, Trade Finance, Asset Finance and Cashflow financing businesses. In a 25-year career in banking with NAB, Renee Roberts has worked across most areas of financial services from operations, risk, technology, collections and personal banking. In November 2011, Renee was appointed Chief Risk Officer of BNZ, overseeing the bank's risk and compliance and audit teams. Prior to moving to New Zealand, she held a number of senior leadership roles at NAB, spanning a series of operational roles including Credit Risk; Collections and Fraud; Personal Banking; Operations; Technology; and Change Management.

National Australia Bank Limited Announces Executive Changes

National Australia Bank Limited replaced group executive of enterprise services and transformation Lisa Gray with the former chief risk officer of its New Zealand arm Renee Roberts. The move, which saw Ms. Gray leave NAB, came just two months after she had told The Australian Financial Review work on its long-running multibillion-dollar NextGen core banking system replacement program was gaining momentum.

 

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