Our redesigned branches allow business customers to connect with business specialists via video conference
From buying a home to starting and growing a business, we've helped customers achieve their goals
$404bn in Australian home loans NZ$45bn in New Zealand home loans
$150bn in Australian business loans NZ$29bn in New Zealand business loans
$973m Life insurance in-force premiums
Westpac Live ranking in Forrester’s 2016 Global Mobile Banking Functionality Benchmark2
3 times as many
across Australian operations
of banking products sold online in Australia
Branches redesigned to complement
changing customer needs
The Westpac Board. From left to right: Peter Hawkins, Elizabeth Bryan, Robert Elstone, Brian Hartzer, Peter Marriott, Lindsay Maxsted, Craig Dunn, Alison Deans and Ewen Crouch.
Enhanced liquidity position:
Liquidity Coverage Ratio 134%
Net Stable Funding Ratio > 100%
Common equity Tier 1 capital ratio 9.48%
Top quartile of banks globally for capital
Gross impaired assets to gross loans 0.32%
REPORTED PROFIT2 ($Millions)
Decreased by 7% on Full Year 2015. Prior year included some infrequent items which in aggregate increased net profit by $347 million (post tax).
ORDINARY DIVIDEND (Cents)
Full Year 2016 dividends totalled 188 cents per share, up 1 cent on Full Year 2015.
CASH EARNINGS ($Millions)
A result in line with Full Year 2015.
BankSA employees Raquel Watson and Jessica Lendrum at the Noarlunga Branch in South Australia.
of employees use flexible work arrangements, up from 63% in 2014
Women in leadership positions up to 48%, from 46% last year
Some of Westpac’s 200 Businesses of Tomorrow mentors. Left to right: Michael McLeod, Chief Executive Officer of Message Stick Group; Andrew Bate, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of SwarmFarm Robotics; Steven Persson, Chief Executive Officer of The Big Issue; Pip Marlow, Managing Director of Microsoft Australia; Gail Kelly, former Chief Executive Officer of Westpac Group; John Eales AM, former Australian rugby union captain; Ita Buttrose AO OBE, journalist and businesswoman; and Carla Zampatti AC, Executive Chairman of Carla Zampatti.
Westpac Bicentennial Foundation will support 100 scholars every year in perpetuity
Businesses of Tomorrow program launched to identify 200 promising businesses to receive direct support and intellectual capital from some of Australia’s leading business people
Total committed exposure to CleanTech and environmental services sector
Lending to social and affordable housing sector
Westpac Climate Bond Issued
Employment pathways and jobs created by social enterprises supported by Westpac Foundation over two years