National Australia Bank (ASX:NAB)

Ross McEwan
CEO
Market Cap (AUD): 88.5B
Sector: Financials
Last Trade (AUD): 26.83 +0 (+0%)
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1. About

As Australia’s largest business bank, NAB (ASX:NAB) works with small, medium and large businesses from the beginning, through every stage of the business lifecycle.

NAB funds some of the most important infrastructure in our communities – including schools, hospitals and roads - in a way that’s responsible, inclusive and innovative.

The majority of NAB's financial service businesses operate in Australia and New Zealand, with other businesses located in Asia, the UK and the US. NAB's brands share a commitment to provide customers with quality products and services with fair fees and charges. Its relationships are based on the principles of help, guidance and advice to achieve better financial outcomes for our customers. NAB's portfolio includes:

Australian banking

Australian banking, including personal banking and business banking, offers a range of banking products and services to retail and business customers, ranging from small and medium enterprises through to Australia’s largest institutions.

Personal banking products can be accessed through various channels including NAB, nabtrade and UBank.

Business banking products cater to customers’ needs with specialist expertise in Agribusiness, property, health, government, education and community. Australian banking also comprises Markets, specialised finance, debt markets, asset servicing and treasury.

Wealth management

NAB provides superannuation, advice, investment and insurance solutions to retail, corporate and institutional clients, supported by a number of brands including MLCJBWereJANAPlum and investment brands under NAB Asset Management. NAB also operates one of the largest networks of financial advisers in Australia.

NZ banking

NZ banking comprises the retail, business, corporate and insurance franchises in New Zealand, operating under the Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) brand. It excludes BNZ’s market operations, which form part of Australian banking.

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3. Strategy

4. Markets

5. Competition

6. History

7. Team

8. Financials

9. Risk