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westpac banking corp (WBC) Snapshot

Open
A$32.18
Previous Close
A$32.50
Day High
A$32.45
Day Low
A$32.14
52 Week High
04/29/14 - A$35.99
52 Week Low
02/5/14 - A$30.00
Market Cap
100.7B
Average Volume 10 Days
5.5M
EPS TTM
A$2.44
Shares Outstanding
3.1B
EX-Date
05/13/15
P/E TM
13.3x
Dividend
A$2.60
Dividend Yield
8.05%
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westpac banking corp (WBC) Details

Westpac Banking Corporation provides a range of financial products and services in Australia, New Zealand, and internationally. The company offers personal banking products and services, such as savings and transaction accounts, and term deposits; debit, credit, and travel cards; home loans; personal loans, car loans, and overdraft facilities; various insurance products; superannuation and retirement products; and investment products comprising share trading, financial planning, managed funds, managed accounts, investment loans, and wrap products, as well as provides emergency cash, online, telephone banking, ATMs, travel center, private banking, financial education, financial advice assistance, and foreign exchange historical rates services. It also offers business banking products, including bank accounts, and farm management and business term deposits; business credit cards; vehicle and equipment finance, business loans, business overdrafts, and agribusiness loans; merchant services; business and farm insurance; and international trade solutions, including foreign exchange, cash flow management, export and import services, and trade finance products. In addition, the company provides corporate banking services, such as debt market solutions comprising debt capital products, loans, bonds, structured and asset finance, fixed interest and debt securities, and interest rate derivatives; transaction banking solutions; commercial cards; commodities, carbon, and energy products; and investing solutions consisting of fund management, corporate superannuation, and managed investments. It serves consumers, small-to-medium enterprises, corporates, and commercial and agribusiness customers, as well as institutional, government, and retail customers. The company was formerly known as Bank of New South Wales and changed its name to Westpac Banking Corporation in October 1982. Westpac Banking Corporation was founded in 1817 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.

33,586 Employees
Last Reported Date: 11/12/14
Founded in 1817

westpac banking corp (WBC) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, E...
Total Annual Compensation: A$5.7M
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: A$755.2K
Chief Operating Officer and Company Secretary
Total Annual Compensation: A$2.1M
Chief Executive Officer of Australian Financi...
Total Annual Compensation: A$3.4M
Chief Executive Officer of BT Financial Group
Total Annual Compensation: A$2.2M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

westpac banking corp (WBC) Key Developments

Westpac Banking Corporation Announces Management Changes, Effective from 1 February 2015

The Chairman of Westpac Banking Corporation, Lindsay Maxsted, announced that Gail Kelly has decided to retire as Chief Executive Officer on February 01, 2015. The Westpac Board has appointed Brian Hartzer to succeed Mrs. Kelly as the Group's CEO. Mr. Hartzer is currently Chief Executive, Australian Financial Services, responsible for the Westpac Group's retail, business banking and wealth businesses, including Westpac Retail & Business Banking, St.George Banking Group and BT Financial Group.

Westpac Banking Corporation Appoints Donna Astbury as Regional General Manager, Commercial Banking Northern Queensland

Westpac Banking Corporation announced the appointment of Donna Astbury as its Regional General Manager, Commercial Banking Northern Queensland. She will be responsible for the Westpac's commercial banking presence in the Townsville, Cairns and Mackay regions.

Westpac And Macquarie Ahead In Race To Buy GE Capital's Australian Business

Westpac Banking Corporation (ASX:WBC) and Macquarie Group Limited (ASX:MQG) are likely frontrunners to buy General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) Australian consumer lending business. he The Blackstone Group L.P. (NYSE:BX), Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX:CBA), National Australia Bank Limited (ASX:NAB), Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ASX:ANZ) and Pepper Australia Pty Ltd may also be in the final mix, as per sources.

 

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