ANZ Bank New Zealand

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ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited, New Zealand's largest financial-services group, operates as a subsidiary of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited of Australia.wikipedia
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National Bank of New Zealand

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Until 2012, ANZ operated in New Zealand under the legal entity ANZ National Bank Limited, which was formed as part of the 2012 merger of ANZ Banking Group (New Zealand) Limited and the National Bank of New Zealand Limited. 2003: ANZ bought National Bank of New Zealand from Lloyds TSB.
Lloyds TSB, as it then was, sold the bank to Australian ANZ Bank in 2003, at which time it became part of ANZ National Bank Limited, the New Zealand subsidiary of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group but for customers retained a separate corporate identity until rebranding as ANZ began in September 2012.

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group

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ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited, New Zealand's largest financial-services group, operates as a subsidiary of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited of Australia.
ANZ is also the largest bank in New Zealand, where the legal entity became known as ANZ National Bank Limited in 2003 and changed to ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited in 2012.

UDC Finance Limited

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ANZ New Zealand operates under a variety of different brands, such as ANZ, UDC Finance, Bonus Bonds and Direct Broking.
Now a wholly owned, independently operated subsidiary of ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited UDC's investments are not guaranteed by ANZ.

Databank Systems Limited

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1968: ANZ Bank joins Databank Systems Limited consortium to provide joint data processing services.
ANZ - Australia-New Zealand Bank (an Australian-owned bank) - 20% share of Databank.

Colonial Bank of Issue

1848: The Governor withdrew Union Bank's right to issue bank notes and transferred these rights to the Colonial Bank of Issue (CBI). UBA notes in circulation were withdrawn and replaced with CBI bank notes. UBA objected, and every day it took whatever CBI notes it had received that day to the CBI and demanded redemption in gold; when UBA's customers wanted to withdraw money, the bank paid them in gold rather than CBI notes. This policy, when combined with previous confusion related to the issue of NZ Government debt, and support from the local commercial community, resulted in the CBI ultimately being shut down.
Pressure from the newly formed Colonial Parliament, the Union Bank of Australasia, and the local commercial sector, along with views developed in the Colonial Office in the United Kingdom to allow experimentation on competition in the issue of banknotes, led to the bank being wound up by the New Zealand Colonial Bank of Issue Winding-Up Act 1856.

Bonus Bonds

ANZ New Zealand operates under a variety of different brands, such as ANZ, UDC Finance, Bonus Bonds and Direct Broking.

ING Group

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In September 2010, ANZ New Zealand became the sole owner of ING New Zealand Limited, which formed part of ING; ING provided investment advice for the investment and insurance products sold by ANZ and The National Bank.

Visa Inc.

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Visa New Zealand Limited (VNZL), who grants access to the Visa International network in New Zealand) – 16%

Union Bank of Australia

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1840: Union Bank of Australia (UBA), a British bank with head office in London, agreed with the New Zealand Company to accompany settlers to New Zealand to provide them with banking services. UBA opened a branch in Petone, across the harbor from Wellington, where it transferred the branch shortly thereafter. Between 1840 and 1847 the Union Bank issued its own bank notes for circulation in New Zealand. These were initially issued under British law until 1844 when the New Zealand Governor signed an ordinance allowing the Bank to issue bank notes but required that these be a minimum of 1 pound and redeemable at demand for gold or silver.

Wellington

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1840: Union Bank of Australia (UBA), a British bank with head office in London, agreed with the New Zealand Company to accompany settlers to New Zealand to provide them with banking services. UBA opened a branch in Petone, across the harbor from Wellington, where it transferred the branch shortly thereafter. Between 1840 and 1847 the Union Bank issued its own bank notes for circulation in New Zealand. These were initially issued under British law until 1844 when the New Zealand Governor signed an ordinance allowing the Bank to issue bank notes but required that these be a minimum of 1 pound and redeemable at demand for gold or silver.

Auckland

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1848: UBA opened a branch in Auckland, and a small number of branches elsewhere in the country followed.

Bank of Australasia

1864: Bank of Australasia, another London-based bank, opened branches in Auckland, Dunedin and Christchurch.

Dunedin

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1864: Bank of Australasia, another London-based bank, opened branches in Auckland, Dunedin and Christchurch.

Christchurch

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1864: Bank of Australasia, another London-based bank, opened branches in Auckland, Dunedin and Christchurch.

Melbourne

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1976: ANZ moved its corporate headquarters to Melbourne, Australia.

PostBank

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1989: ANZ bought PostBank (the Post Office Savings Bank) from the New Zealand government in a privatization. Two years earlier the Government had separated the Post Office's banking business into a separate entity to prepare it for sale.

Lloyds Bank

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2003: ANZ bought National Bank of New Zealand from Lloyds TSB.

ETF Securities

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2015: ANZ announces ANZ ETFS joint venture with ETF Securities to offer 6 ETFs on ASX

Roger Award

Roger Award For The Worst Transnational Corporation operating in New Zealand
ANZ has often been a finalist for the Roger Awards, which recognise "The Worst Transnational Corporation[s] operating in New Zealand" and are run by CAFCA and GATT Watchdog.

Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa

ANZ has often been a finalist for the Roger Awards, which recognise "The Worst Transnational Corporation[s] operating in New Zealand" and are run by CAFCA and GATT Watchdog.