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Westpac Banking Buys Back 200,989 Shares MT
Westpac Banking Buys Back 376,223 Shares MT
Metarock Executes AU$30 Million Working Capital Facility with Scottish Pacific Business MT
Westpac Banking's Capital 6 Bonds Suspended from Quotation Ahead of Redemption MT
Big Losses in Mining Drag Down Australian Shares MT
Australian Prudential Regulator Halves Westpac's Operational Risk Capital Overlay MT
Westpac Banking Buys Back 241,699 Shares MT
Australian regulator halves Westpac's $670.5 mln operational risk capital add-on RE
Moneyme Executes AU$178 Million Asset-Backed Securitization; Shares Jump 9% MT
Argosy Property Extends Syndicated Bank Loans; Total Funding Tenor Now at 3.4 Years MT
ANZ Group, Others to Return Over AU$28 Million to Low-Income Customers After ASIC Review MT
Aussie banks to return $19 mln charged in high fee to low-income customers RE
World Bank dollar lifeline for Pacific islands proceeds with US, Australia push RE
Westpac Banking Repurchases 602,249 Shares MT
Westpac Banking Buys Back 431,309 Shares MT
Westpac Banking Repurchases More than AU$10 Million of Shares MT
ANZ says in talks with Australian govt about shoring up Pacific Islands business RE
Westpac Banking Buys Back 257,472 Shares MT
Australia pledges more funds for Pacific banking amid China interest RE
Australian Consumer Sentiment Falls 1.1% in July MT
ACCC Allows Australian Banking Association, Banks, Retailers to Financially Provide for Armaguard MT
Ramelius Resources Signs AU$175 Million Revolving Four-Year Facility with Major Banks MT
Westpac Banking to Redeem AU$1 Billion Callable Floating Rate Subordinated Notes MT
Kelly Partners Signs AU$22 Million Facility with Westpac Banking MT
Payments NZ's Proposed Arrangements with API Providers Obtain Initial Approval from Commerce Commission MT
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Westpac Banking Corporation is an Australia-based company that provides banking and selected financial services, operating under multiple brands, and predominantly in Australia and New Zealand, with a small presence in Europe, North America and Asia. Its segments include Consumer, Business and Wealth, Westpac Institutional Bank (WIB), Westpac New Zealand and Group Businesses. Consumer segment provides a full range of banking products and services to customers in Australia through three lines of business consisting of mortgages, consumer finance and cash and transactional banking. Business and Wealth segment comprises business banking, wealth management, private wealth, Westpac Pacific and auto finance. The WIB segment delivers a range of financial products and services to corporate, institutional and government customers. Westpac New Zealand segment provides banking, and wealth products and services for consumer, business and institutional customers in New Zealand.
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