ANZ Bank - We provide a vast assortment of services together with international reach for a subsidiary of the ANZ Group, in NZ. Speak with specialists in areas to the Bank. We are suppliers of finance, banking, credit card and mortgage services in Australia. Below is the ANZ Bank information like contact number, store locations, hours, email, address and near me locations.
ANZ Bank Phone : 0800 269 296
Weekdays hours: Mon - Fri: 9:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m.
Weekends hours: Sat - Sun: Closed
ANZ Bank Address : 268 Queen St, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
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About ANZ Bank NZ
Established in 1840, ANZ is New Zealand’s oldest bank. It has a strong heritage in Business Banking and offers a full range of banking options, including Personal, Rural, Corporate, Commercial, Institutional and Private Banking.
In 1840, Union Bank of Australia (UBA), a British bank with its head office in London, agreed with the New Zealand Company to accompany settlers to New Zealand to provide them with banking services. UBA opened its first branch in Petone, across the harbour from Wellington City. The branch was transferred to Wellington a short time later.