Banks in Sydney

Sydney hosts a diverse group of banks:
  • retail banks
  • foreign subsidiary banks
  • credit unions
  • financial investment firms and mutual funds.

HSBC Australia

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HSBC Australia is one of the leading foreign financial institutions in the country. The bank provides financial services to retail, commercial, corporate and institutional customers.

Citibank Australia

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Citibank Australia acts as a subsidiary of Citigroup, the world’s largest financial holding. The bank operates in the country since 1985, serving more than 1 million local customers.

Bank of China Australia

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Bank of China is one of the largest banks with foreign capital represented in Australia, operating in the country for over 20 years.

Arab Bank Australia

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Arab Bank Australia is a part of global financial institution Arab Bank plc, one of the most known banks in the Arab world.

Westpac

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Westpac Banking Corporation is one of the largest banks in Australia. It serves 12.2 million customers through a network of 1,200 retail branches and more than 2,900 ATMs.

St. George Bank

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St.George Bank is an Australian financial institution, a subsidiary of the Westpac Banking Corporation.

National Australia Bank

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NAB (or National Australia Bank) is one of the country’s top four banks. It provides customers with business banking, consumer banking, wholesale banking, wealth management and insurance services. 

Macquarie Bank

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Macquarie is the country’s biggest investment bank, based in Sydney.

Commonwealth Bank

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Also referred to as CBA or Commbank, Commonwealth is one of top four banks in Australia.

Defence Bank

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Defence Bank is a financial institution in Australia. It was established in 1975 with the aim to serve financial needs of the country’s Defence Force.

Bankwest

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Bankwest (or Bank of Western Australia) is a bank headquartered in Perth, owned by the Commonwealth Bank. The bank has branches also in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide.

BankSA

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BankSA (or Bank of South Australia) is a financial institution, active predominantly in South Australia.

Bank of Sydney

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Bank of Sydney in an Australian bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Bank of Beirut.

ANZ

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ANZ (or Australia and New Zealand Banking Group) is one biggest bank in Australia, providing commercial and retail banking services.

Rabobank Australia

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Rabobank Australia is a subsidiary of the Dutch-based international financial institution, specialised in food & agribusiness.

Deutsche Bank Australia

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Deutsche Bank is represented in Australia through branches in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, operating in the country since 1973 and employing about 700 people.

ING Direct Australia

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ING Direct Australia is a direct bank, a subsidiary of the international financial group ING, headquartered in the Netherlands.

JPMorgan Australia

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JPMorgan’s Sydney office is a branch of JPMorgan Chase & Co, one of the world’s leading investment banks.

China Construction Bank Australia

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CCB Sydney is a subsidiary of the China Construction Bank Corporation, one of the largest Chinese banks.

Credit Suisse in Australia

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Credit Suisse Private Bankng division provides clients in Australia with financial services in its Sydney office since the 1960s.