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Structured asset finance

Our banking specialists deliver asset finance solutions for business-critical investment in capital goods and related services. We use our asset finance product capability, industry knowledge, asset expertise and structuring skills to deliver market leading solutions across a diverse range of asset classes, including term receivables.

Diverse range of assets

We provide structured asset financing solutions for a diverse range of assets including:

  • Jet aircraft
  • Helicopters
  • Mining equipment
  • Construction equipment
  • Rolling stock
  • Marine vessels
  • Manufacturing plants
  • Technology equipment, including data centres
  • Telecommunications equipment
  • Power generation units
  • General plant and machinery, and much more

With our comprehensive offering, we have a range of solutions to help you finance your investment in capital goods and income producing assets:

General asset finance

Standardised products including finance lease, hire purchase and chattel mortgage within Australia.

Receivables finance

Providing term funding by purchasing receivables relating to the provision of capital goods or the supply of services.

Structured asset finance

Tailored asset finance solutions for specialised assets, or to deliver specific cash flow and/or balance sheet outcomes.

From aerospace to zinc
and just about everything in between

ANZ Institutional supports customers across a wide range of industries operating domestically or moving goods and capital across Asia-Pacific and beyond.


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Speak to us about our banking solutions


If you're an existing customer
speak to your ANZ Relationship Manager
or Account Manager

For general enquiries 
from within Australia

Call 1300 883 798


For general enquiries
from overseas

Call +61 3 9601 1260


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