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Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited

Company: Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited


– Tokyo Branch: 33rd Floor, Marunouchi Building, 4-1 Marunouchi 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6333, JAPAN

– Osaka Branch: 17th Floor, Hilton Plaza West Office Tower, 2-2 2chome Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0001, Japan

General Phone Number: +81 3 6212 7770

Industry: Banking and Financial Services 


About Us 

ANZ Group’s strategy is focused on improving the financial wellbeing of our customers; having the right people who listen, learn and adapt; putting the best tools and insights into their hands; and focusing on those few things that really add value to customers and doing them right the first time.

Within our Institutional business we are creating an integrated trade, cash and markets experience, while developing and appropriately scaling our capabilities across geographies to deliver connectivity for our customers.

Our overall vision for the ANZ Japan business, which is to be seen by our customers as the best bank for trade and capital flow between Japan and Asia-Pacific, is one that continues to provide opportunities for growth.

Our purpose is to shape a world where people and communities thrive. That is why we strive to create a balanced, sustainable economy in which everyone can take part and build a better life.

Environmental sustainability 

ANZ is focusing our efforts on energy, water and waste due to their relevance to the customers we bank and the markets in which we operate.

We are supporting household, business and financial practices that improve environmental sustainability. We have set targets to:

 Fund and facilitate at least $50 billion by 2025 towards sustainable solutions for our customers, including initiatives that help improve environmental sustainability, support disaster resilience, increase access to affordable housing and promote financial wellbeing.

 Encourage and support 100 of our largest emitting customers in the energy, transport, buildings and food, beverage and agricultural sectors to establish, and where appropriate, strengthen existing low carbon transition plans.

◆ Develop an enhanced climate risk management framework that strengthens our governance and is responsive to climate change, by end 2022.

◆ Achieve our 2021 – 2025 suite of environmental footprint targets