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Westpac Banking Corporation provides various banking and financial services primarily in Australia and New Zealand. It offers personal banking products comprising transaction and savings accounts; term deposits; debit and credit cards; home loans; personal loans, car loans, and overdraft services; home and contents, life, car, travel, credit and loan repayment, disability and living, and income protection and business overheads insurance; superannuation and retirement products; and investment solutions, including share trading, managed funds, managed accounts, investment loans, and wrap products, as well as financial planning services. The company also provides business banking products consisting of bank accounts; business reserve cash, not-for-profit, and business term deposits; farm management deposits; business credit cards; vehicle and equipment finance, small and commercial business loans, and agribusiness loans; merchant services, including EFTPOS terminals, online payments, and mobile payments; business and farm insurance; and international trade solutions comprising foreign exchange, cash flow management, export and import services, and trade finance products. In addition, it offers corporate banking services, such as debt market solutions, including debt capital products, equity capital solutions, loans, bonds, structured and asset finance, fixed interest and debt securities, and interest rate derivatives; transaction banking solutions; foreign exchange; investing solutions consisting of fund management, corporate superannuation, and managed investments; commercial cards; and commodities, carbon, and energy products. The company was formerly known as Bank of New South Wales and changed its name to Westpac Banking Corporation in 1982 as a result of its merger with Commercial Bank of Australia. Westpac Banking Corporation was founded in 1817 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.

33,619 Employees
Last Reported Date: 05/5/14
Founded in 1817

westpac banking corp (WEBNF) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, E...
Total Annual Compensation: A$5.6M
Chief Operating Officer and Company Secretary
Total Annual Compensation: A$2.1M
Chief Executive Officer of Australian Financi...
Total Annual Compensation: A$3.2M
Chief Executive Officer of BT Financial Group
Total Annual Compensation: A$2.3M
Chief Executive Officer of St.George Banking ...
Total Annual Compensation: A$2.1M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

westpac banking corp (WEBNF) Key Developments

Westpac Banking Corp Appoints June Fu as General Manager of its Shanghai Branch

Westpac Banking Corp. has appointed June Fu as general manager of its Shanghai branch. That Fu would also serve as head of multinational corporations in China. Fu joins from Bank of Nova Scotia where she was the regional director, Greater China & general manager, Shanghai branch. She will be responsible for management of the Shanghai branch.

Westpac Banking Corporation Presents at 29th Australian Investment Conference, NYC - 2014, Sep-11-2014 11:00 AM

Westpac Banking Corporation Presents at 29th Australian Investment Conference, NYC - 2014, Sep-11-2014 11:00 AM. Venue: Sofitel Hotel, 45 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036, United States. Speakers: Leigh Short, Senior Manager Investor Relations, Philip Matthew Coffey, Deputy Chief Executive Officer.

Maurice Blackburn Class Action Files Against Westpac, Citibank, St. George, BankSA and ANZ in the New South Wales Supreme Court

An "enormous" class action over credit card late fees charged by financial institutions, including Citibank and Westpac, on behalf on all their customers was filed in an Australian court on Aug. 12, 2014. The action which could become Australia's consumer lawsuit was filed by lawyers Maurice Blackburn against Westpac, Citibank, St. George, BankSA and ANZ in the New South Wales Supreme Court. The class action, over what the claimants say are extravagant fees, could be worth millions of dollars and include hundreds of thousands of bank customers. Lawyers for the claimants allege that the fees charged by banks for late payments are excessive and do not reflect the true cost to the bank. The fees differ, with some charging up to AUD 20.


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