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|As the first bank and one of the largest banks in Australia, Westpac Bank operates one of the largest branch distribution networks in the country. It has a network operation of over 1,400 branches and 2,800 ATMs situated in several locations across the county catering full range personal banking, business banking and agribusiness banking products and services to diverse customers in Australia. Its line of banking services and financial products includes such as bank accounts, savings account, credit cards, debit cards, visa card, gift card, term deposits, life insurance, home insurance, investments, broking, bond fund, home loans, personal loans, interest only loan, mortgage, superannuation, foreign currency exchange, travel card and travelers cheques to list just a few. Westpac also offers one stop convenient banking services such as internet banking, telephone banking, mobile banking, telegraphic transfers, online trading, online investing, etc.
Westpac also provides migrant banking services helping individuals moving to Australia a hassle free one. The bank has its migrant banking centers and dedicated teams in Australia, UK, China, India, Singapore and New Zealand to help individuals organize their finances before they arrive in the country.
Westpac Australia Bank
The Westpac Banking Corporation Group has branches throughout Australia and New Zealand, and has offices in key international financial centers including Hong Kong, Singapore, New York and London. It is among the top 5 listed companies on the ASX Limited by market capitalization and the second largest bank in NZ. As at 30 September 2010, the Group market capitalization was reported $69.5 billion, total assets of $618 billion and net profit of $6,346 million after tax. The bank is committed to building long lasting relationship and strong future for its customers, employees and to the communities at large. Sustainability, environmental issues, community support, social and governance activities are the strong areas of focus at Westpac.
Westpac has more than 39,000 employees around the world. The executive team or the key people at Westpac are given below with their name and profile:
Gail Kelly (CEO and Managing Director)
John Arthur (Group Executive, Counsel & Secretariat)
Rob Chapman (Chief Executive, St. George Bank)
Peter Clare (Group Executive, Product & Operations)
Philip Coffey (Chief Financial Officer)
Rob Coombe (Group Executive, Westpac Retail & Business Banking)
Brad Cooper (Chief Executive Officer, BT Financial Group)
George Frazis (CEO, Westpac New Zealand Limited)
Peter Hanlon (Group Executive, People & Transformation)
Bob McKinnon (Group Executive, Technology)
Jon Nicholson (Chief Strategy Officer)
Greg Targett (Chief Risk Officer)
Rob Whitfield (Group Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank)
Westpac Australia Branches
Customers can find branches and ATMs of Westpac in all the states and territories and every capital city and town in Australia. With its head office address located in Sydney, NSW, the bank has over 1,400 branches and 2,800 ATMs across the country. To locate Westpac branches in states and territories including Queensland, WA, Victoria, and major cities and towns such as Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Darwin, Bunbury, Mandurah and more, and to find their complete location address, BSB code or BIC and their trading hours, customers can log on to the Locate Us site and find by entering the suburb or postcode or street name. The registered head office location of Westpac Bank is given below with complete mailing address, phone number and swift code:
Westpac Banking Corporation Head Office
275 Kent Street
Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia,
Phone: 132 032
Overseas: (+61 2) 9293 9270
Facsimile: (+61 2) 8253 4128
Swift code: WPACAU2S
Westpac Australia Contact
Westpac is committed to serving its customers with highest quality customer service at all times. The telephone directory on its Contact-Us site provides a comprehensive list of contact phone numbers with specific to products and services. Whether for personal, business, corporate, careers, pacific banking or any others such as ATM, collections, merchants and share registry, customers can find the complete list of phone numbers of Westpac offered products and services. For all telephone banking including registration for telephone banking and online service, customers may call 132 032. To report lost or stolen of cards, customers from Australia can simply call 1300 651 089, and (+61 2) 9374 7082 (overseas).
Westpac Australia Online Banking
Westpac online banking provides simple, easy and convenient way to do banking transactions anytime and anywhere. Customers can simply sign in using their login ID and password and enjoy banking online at their own comfort zone and time. They can log in to transfer money, check balances, pay bills, view altitude rewards points, make overseas payments, view fixed deposit interest rates etc. Westpac also provides new added online features such as electronic statement, BPAY and online banking money management tools. The online currency converter and foreign exchange calculator tool allows customers convert and know the currency exchange rate of different countries.
Westpac Australia Careers
Go getter individuals and job seekers can find exciting careers and a number of employment opportunities at Westpac. The bank offers flexible working conditions, excellent environment and competitive benefits and rewards to all its employees. A variety of rewarding and challenging opportunities are available in various branch locations, call centers, IT, finance, marketing, human resources and more. The Graduate program and Summer Internship program give aspiring candidates the opportunity to find and pursue their dreams and gain insightful industry-based work experiences. For more information or for any queries about career opportunities at Westpac, individuals can send email at Careers@Westpac Support or can also call 1300 130 548.
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