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.
Banks in Sydney
- retail banks
- foreign subsidiary banks
- credit unions
- financial investment firms and mutual funds.
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 is one of the largest banks with foreign capital represented in Australia, operating in the country for over 20 years.
Arab Bank Australia is a part of global financial institution Arab Bank plc, one of the most known banks in the Arab world.
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 is an Australian financial institution, a subsidiary of the Westpac Banking Corporation.
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 is the country’s biggest investment bank, based in Sydney.
Also referred to as CBA or Commbank, Commonwealth is one of top four banks in Australia.
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 (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 (or Bank of South Australia) is a financial institution, active predominantly in South Australia.
Bank of Sydney in an Australian bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Bank of Beirut.
ANZ (or Australia and New Zealand Banking Group) is one biggest bank in Australia, providing commercial and retail banking services.
Rabobank Australia is a subsidiary of the Dutch-based international financial institution, specialised in food & agribusiness.
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 is a direct bank, a subsidiary of the international financial group ING, headquartered in the Netherlands.
JPMorgan’s Sydney office is a branch of JPMorgan Chase & Co, one of the world’s leading investment banks.
CCB Sydney is a subsidiary of the China Construction Bank Corporation, one of the largest Chinese banks.
Credit Suisse Private Bankng division provides clients in Australia with financial services in its Sydney office since the 1960s.