National Australia Bank is an international financial services organisation providing an integrated and comprehensive range of financial products and services through its group of business. National Australia Bank was established in the year 1858 and is organised into three regional businesses-Australia, UK and New Zealand.
National Australia Bank offers business and retail banks, custodial operations, transactional operations and wealth management services. National Australia Bank has a global business focusing on risk management, debt management and investment products for institutional and corporate customers. The retail brands of National Australia Bank include MLC, nab, Yorkshire bank, Clydesdale bank and Bank of New Zealand.
National Australia Bank builds strong brands and portfolio of business operating under regional business model, supported by streamlined corporate centre. The corporate centre of National Australia Bank supports the regional businesses to set the performance policies and targets and to identify foster innovation and business development opportunities. The corporate centre is also responsible for group-related and shareholder prudential obligations and opportunities, including external reporting.
National Australia Bank considers range of options to optimise the international and domestic operations that includes non-operating holding companies also. National Australia Bank participates in industry-wide consultation along with the regulators.