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CONNECTING OUR CLIENTS TO OPPORTUNITIES, PRODUCTS AND PEOPLE ACROSS ASIA, AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

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ANZ in Taiwan

ANZ opened its doors in Taiwan in 1980, providing a range of banking services and financial products to local and multinational corporates as well as financial institutions. It established the bank branch of ANZ Taiwan in 2013, making ANZ the first Australian bank to be locally incorporated in this important market.

Taiwan is highly integral to Greater China, which is an important trade partner to Australia and New Zealand, ANZ’s home markets. Taiwanese corporate and financial institutions conduct significant businesses in China and Hong Kong, heavily influencing China’s economic backdrop and history.

ANZ Taiwan delivers value by connecting clients with opportunities, products and people across Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Our insights and analysis provide perspective and help clients make informed business decisions. ANZ’s deep sector expertise and bankers who take the time to understand the unique needs of each customer and deliver solutions that meet those needs, set us apart.

In the Community

ANZ seeks to enhance the future prosperity and long term sustainability of Taiwan by providing value added financial services and insights to strategic parts of its economy. We believe that banking is more than the provision of finance; our purpose is to shape a world where people and communities thrive.

ANZ Taiwan is committed to giving back to the communities in which it operates. In recent years, the Bank has partnered local non-government organizations to enhance urban sustainability through coastal protection and clean-up efforts that have involved over 1,000 ANZ staff and community members to date. Bridging urban and rural divides is a key priority and ANZ has partnered Taiwan World Vision to launch a fundraising campaign to financially support disadvantaged children in rural communities.

In 2013, ANZ Taiwan implemented its flagship adult financial education program, MoneyMinded, to help participants build financial skills, knowledge and confidence. Since then, ANZ has held several workshops in Taiwan from social groups including Taiwan Women’s Development Association, Sunshine Social Welfare Foundation, The First Social Welfare Foundation, and Taipei Orphan Welfare Foundation. ANZ Taiwan also conducted the survey with National Taiwan University to evaluate the positive impact driven by the program, which revealed the majority of participants have acquired useful and relevant financial knowledge and skilled for daily management of money.

TRANSFER OF ANZ TAIWAN’S RETAIL AND WEALTH BUSINESS TO DBS

The transfer of ANZ Taiwan’s Retail and Wealth business to DBS Taiwan was successfully completed on 9 Dec 2017. If you were an ANZ Retail and Wealth customer and you would like information on your products and services with DBS, please visit dbs.com.tw/anzwelcome/index.html.

For information from ANZ on the sale of our Retail and Wealth business in Taiwan, please visit anz.com/anzretailwealthtaiwan.

Taiwan Industry Recognition

  • #1 Overall Best for Credit in Taiwan - Asiamoney Fixed Income Poll 2015-2016
  • #1 Best for Credit Services in Taiwan - Asiamoney Fixed Income Poll 2015-2016
  • #1 Best for Credit Research & Market Coverage in Taiwan - Asiamoney Fixed Income Poll 2015-2016
  • #1 Best for Credit Sales in Taiwan - Asiamoney Fixed Income Poll 2015-2016
  • #1 Best for Interest Rate Product and Sales in Taiwan - Asiamoney Fixed Income Poll 2015-2016
  • #1 Best for Overall FX Services in Taiwan - Asiamoney Corporate FX Poll 2015-2016
  • #1 Best For FX Options in Taiwan - Asiamoney Corporate FX Poll 2015-2016
  • #1 Best For FX Products and Services in Taiwan - Asiamoney Corporate FX Poll 2016
  • #1 Best For FX Research and Market Coverage in Taiwan - Asiamoney Corporate FX Poll 2016
  • Greenwich Quality Leader – in Asian Large Corporate Banking in Taiwan1

1. Greenwich Associates 2016 Asian Large Corporate Banking study