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Our global coverage

ANZ Institutional provides an extensive network of banking specialists and experts spanning close to 30 markets around the world, including an on-the-ground presence in more than 10 markets across Asia.

Our market reach is what sets us apart

At ANZ we strive to provide market-leading support, solutions and services to you, our customers who move goods and capital across the Asia-Pacific. We believe the strength and breadth of our global network sets us apart from our competitors in the region.

Our network plays an important role in helping us maintain our position as the No.1 Institutional Bank across Australia, New Zealand and Asiadisclaimer, disclaimer.

Our well-established on-the-ground presence is fundamental to helping you understand, access and navigate your way through local markets and their fast-changing financial, regulatory and social landscapes.

Everywhere you need us to be

We operate in geographies that represent 75 per cent of global trade flows, with a presence in close to 30 markets across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe, North America and the Middle East.

When it comes to Asia, we have an established on-the-ground presence in more than 10 markets. Asia will account for 60 per cent of global GDP by 2050, led by 10 economies. ANZ Institutional can connect you to all 10.

Through our global network we can connect you to opportunities centred on trade and capital flows into Asia, throughout the region and beyond.

Your springboard into Asia and beyond

Asia remains the engine room of the global economy and will be for the foreseeable future. As such, it will continue to attract businesses looking to take advantage of diminishing barriers in regulation, transportation and communication costs, as well as the region’s growing appetite for infrastructure development.

Intra-Asia trade flows are now worth USD2.7 trillion a year – that’s almost double the size of Asia-Europe and three times the size of Asia-US trade volumesdisclaimer. As mentioned, Asia will account for nearly 60 per cent of global GDP by 2050, led by 10 economies: China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnamdisclaimer.

During this period, Shanghai and Singapore will become the largest financial centres in the worlddisclaimer. ANZ Institutional holds offices in all of Asia’s major markets – including the 10 mentioned above – with Shanghai, Singapore, and the Shanghai Free Trade Zone with Hong Kong serving as our regional hubs.

Our points of difference

#1 for relationship strength and quality in Australia, New Zealand and Asiadisclaimer, disclaimer.


#1 Institutional bank in Australia and New Zealand for market penetrationdisclaimer.


On-the-ground presence in close to 30 markets globally, including more than 10 markets in Asia.


No.1 Relationship Strength Index in the Peter Lee Associates Large Corporate & Institutional Relationship Banking surveys, Australia 2005-06, 2008, 2010 (equal No.1), 2011, 2014-21, 2023 and New Zealand 2010-23.


No.1 Overall Relationship Quality in the Coalition Greenwich Voice of Client – Asian Large Corporate Banking Study, 2017-23.


International Monetary Fund, 2019.


ANZ Insight report “Caged Tiger: The Transformation of the Asian Financial System”, March 2014.


ANZ research “ASEAN The Next Horizon”, April 2015.


No.1 Overall Market penetration Institutional Bank in the Peter Lee Associates Large Corporate & Institutional Relationship Banking surveys, Australia 2013-23 (equal No.1 in 2013 and 2015) and New Zealand 2010-23.