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National Australia Bank Limited is a business bank engaged in providing personal banking and business banking services. The Company's segments include Business & Private Banking, Corporate & Institutional Banking (CIB), Consumer Banking & Wealth Management, Customer Products & Services and NZ Banking. The Company’s Business & Private Banking focus on medium enterprises (SME) customers, which include NAB business franchise with specialized agriculture, health, Government, education and community services along with private banking and small business segment. CIB includes corporate and institutional banking businesses, fixed Income, currencies and commodities (FICC), capital financing businesses, asset servicing and international branches. Customer Products & Services include banking & wealth products, strategy, digital, NAB labs/ventures, marketing and corporate affairs. Consumer Banking & Wealth Management includes the distribution components of wealth management.

  • Revenue in AUD (TTM)29.20bn
  • Net income in AUD5.00bn
  • Incorporated1893
  • Employees34.37k
  • Location
    National Australia Bank LtdNational@Docklands, 800 Bourke StreetMELBOURNE 3008AustraliaAUS
  • Phone+61 30088-9398
  • Fax+61 30009-9249
  • Websitehttps://www.nab.com.au/
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