PT Bank ANZ Indonesia
ANZ first established its presence in Indonesia in 1973. In 1993, ANZ Group took over 85% of Westpac Bank’s shares at the PT Westpac Panin Bank and changed the name of the joint venture bank into PT ANZ Panin Bank.
In 12 January 2012, the joint venture bank changed its name to PT Bank ANZ Indonesia (ANZ), which reflects the increase of ANZ Group's ownership in the Bank with composition to 99% owned by the ANZ Group and 1% owned by Panin Bank. This demonstrated ANZ’s commitment to Indonesia and its customers’ growth. It also reaffirmed the position of ANZ Group as the largest Australian investor in Indonesia’s financial services sector with an investment in capital and equity of over AUD 1 billion.
Shareholding composition of PT Bank ANZ Indonesia (ANZ)
|ANZ Banking Group Limited
|PT Panin Bank Tbk
ANZ Indonesia plays an essential role in the Bank’s Institutional Banking strategy, leveraging our global connections and deep local insights to support our customers’ domestic requirements, while connecting them to Asia Pacific’s expanding trade and capital flows.
ANZ provides a full range of corporate and institutional banking solutions across Markets, Transaction Banking and Loans and Specialised Finance in Indonesia.
In the community
ANZ Indonesia is committed to giving back to the communities in which it operates through Diversity & Inclusion and Financial Literacy & Capability, with an increasing focus on skills-based volunteering. We believe that banking is more than the provision of finance; our purpose is to shape a world where people and communities thrive.
Key Corporate Sustainability Priorities:
Financial Literacy and Capability
In 2012, ANZ Indonesia rolled out MoneyMinded, our flagship financial inclusion program in collaboration with local non-government organisations, Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa (YCAB) and The Learning Farm to help lower-income women entrepreneurs and organic farmers to understand the fundamentals about money management to improve their financial literacy and confidence.
MoneyMinded Indonesia delivered by accredited ANZ volunteers.
a.) Rumah Belajar / The Learning House was set up in the ANZ Tower parking area in March 2013. Rumah Belajar is a form of collaboration between ANZ and Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa (YCAB). Rumah Belajar provides computer and English classes for children as well as various enrichment program including Arts and Crafts and Cybercrime socialisation which run by our staff as volunteers.
b.) Social actions in response to social issues that are related to Bank’s focus as well as to create better and prosperous communities through local organisations such as, visually impaired community by doing book retyping to turn it to Braille books/audio books as well as taking the communities to city attractions by using public transportation. Moreover, we also collected used books and donated the books to local community in eastern part of Indonesia as well as trombocyte blood donor to cancer patients especially children.