National Australia Bank Ltd.

33.71
CHANGE
-0.33 (-0.97%)
20 minute delayed prices during trading hours
VOLUME
4.2M
DAY'S HIGH
33.98
DAY'S LOW
33.32
National Australia Bank (NAB) is a financial services organization serving the customers in Australasia. The Company offers banking and financial services ranging from private wealth, investment advisory, to business and institutional banking. The Company’s business segments include Australian Banking; NAB Wealth and NZ Banking. In addition, other segments include UK Banking; NAB UK Commercial Real Estate (NAB UK CRE), and Corporate Functions and Other. Australian B... continued
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National Australia Bank Ltd.
National Australia Bank (NAB) is a financial services organization serving the customers in Australasia. The Company offers banking and financial services ranging from private wealth, investment advisory, to business and institutional banking. The Company’s business segments include Australian Banking; NAB Wealth and NZ Banking. In addition, other segments include UK Banking; NAB UK Commercial Real Estate (NAB UK CRE), and Corporate Functions and Other. Australian Banking offers a range of banking products and services to retail and business customers. NAB Wealth provides superannuation, investments and insurance solutions. NZ Banking comprises the Retail, Business, Agribusiness, Corporate and Insurance franchises in New Zealand. UK Banking operates under the Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank brands offers banking services for both personal and business customers. NAB UK CRE’s portfolio business comprises approximately £5.6 billion of commercial real estate loan assets.

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