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National Australia Bank Limited (NAB) is a financial services company. The principal activities of the Company include banking services, international banking, investment banking, wealth management services, trustee and nominee service. Its segments include Business and Private Banking, Consumer Banking and Wealth, Corporate and Institutional Banking and New Zealand Banking. The Business and Private Banking segment focuses on serving the needs of three of the Company’s priority customer segments: small businesses, medium businesses and investors. Consumer Banking and Wealth provides customers with products and services through its networks in NAB and UBank. Corporate and Institutional Banking provides a range of lending and transactional products and services related to financial and debt capital markets and alternative investments. New Zealand Banking comprises the consumer banking, wealth, business, agribusiness and markets sales operations in New Zealand.

  • Revenue in AUD (TTM)26.96bn
  • Net income in AUD3.34bn
  • Incorporated1893
  • Employees35.25k
  • Location
    National Australia Bank LtdLevel 1 800 Bourke Street, DocklandsMELBOURNE 3008AustraliaAUS
  • Phone+61 30088-9398
  • Fax+61 30009-9249
  • Websitehttps://www.nab.com.au/
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