Monday, 20 February 2017

Australia and NZ Banking Group Ordinary Shares

NZX : ANZ

33.10
20 Feb 17 16:59
Change:
 0.23
Open:
32.80
High:
33.25
Ask:
33.20
Volume:
22,941
Change(%):
0.70
Prev:
32.87
Low:
32.80
Bid:
32.75
Avg vol:
0
Profile
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited provides a range of banking and financial products and services to retail, small business, corporate, and institutional customers in Australia, New Zealand, and internationally. The company?s retail products include housing finance to consumers for owner occupied and investment purposes; consumer credit cards, ePayment products, ATM services, and personal loans; and transaction banking and saving products, such as term deposits and cash management accounts. It also offers motor vehicle and equipment finance, and investment products; regional commercial banking services to individuals, small business, and agribusiness customers in rural and regional Australia; and business banking services, including risk management. The company also engages in financial planning, margin lending, trustees, and online broking businesses. In addition, it offers various insurance products, such as home, health, landlord, deposit bond, car, travel, credit card, loan protection, mortgage protection, business, farm, and corporate travel insurances, as well as life, trauma, and income insurances. Further, the company provides working capital solutions, including lending and deposit products, cash transaction banking management, trade finance, international payments, securities lending, and clearing services; risk management services in relation to foreign exchange, interest rates, credit, and commodities, which include origination, underwriting, structuring and risk management services, and advice and sale of credit and derivative products; and financing and advisory services, structured financial products, leasing services, project finance, leveraged finance, and infrastructure investment products. Additionally, it offers balance sheet management services to institutional customers. Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited was founded in 1835 and is based in Melbourne, Australia.
Summary
Shares:2,936,037,000
Issuer:Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited
Registry:COMPUTERSHARE INVESTOR SERVICES LIMITED
Auditor:KPMG Wellington
Settlement:NZCDC Settlement System
Website:http://www.anz.com.au/
Fundamentals
Market Cap:$97,182,824,700
52 wk High:33.35
52 wk Low:23.71
Sector:Overseas
Div/Yield:4.93
EPS:1.34
Price/Earnings:24.23
NTA:14.14
Address
ANZ Banking Group
833 Collins Street
ANZ Centre
Melbourne, VIC 3008
Australia
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