ANZ in the United States of America
ANZ's New York office was opened in December 1968 and today operates as a branch of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited.
Its business is concentrated on corporate and investment banking services and international trade finance.
The main focus of the investment banking activity is to provide specialist strategic and financial advisory services to major companies, institutions and governments. Working as an offshore partner with ANZ’s key clients, the New York-based team supports trade and investment flows between clients in America with Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Through ANZ, clients receive access and expertise in the key global financial markets.
The team of New York-based specialists provides full relationship services, originating and executing complex product solutions with specific emphasis on resources (food, beverages and agriculture, mining, metals, oil and gas and commodities) and specialised infrastructure, manufacturing and services. The Financial Institutions group provides a range of services to global investor intermediaries.
Structured Debt activities include project and structured finance and structured export finance; Capital Solutions cover structured asset finance products and complex risk transfer solutions, as well as packaging structured debt and equity.
The New York Markets activities offer corporate and institutional clients a full range of integrated specialist services including risk management in foreign exchange, currency options, credit and interest rate derivatives and fund raising activities.
The Trade Finance business supports customers trading in commodity flows in and out of the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region, as well as exports to and from Australia and New Zealand.
Principal legal entities
- Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (branch)
- ANZ Securities Inc. (wholly owned subsidiary).
Nature of business
- Investment banking
- Corporate banking.
- Trade finance
- Export finance
- Asset and capital solutions
- Structured finance
- Debt syndication and bilateral loans
- Foreign exchange, currency options and structured credit derivatives
- Interest rate risk management
- International trade finance.