ANZ Philippines is business banking known for its best customer service and its products that aims to provide money assistance for people moving to Australia and New Zealand, and for expats as well.
What makes this bank different from the rest is that it has; secured regular income during the fixed investment term, no fees, has unlimited free withdrawals from ANZ branches, and you can open account in different currency such as; Philippine Peso, United States Dollar, Australian Dollar, Euro, and New Zealand Dollar.
1. What are the Products of ANZ Philippines?
ANZ Philippines offers different products that are guaranteed to cater the needs of their clients. Aside from Checking Accounts, Savings Accounts, Time Deposits, Mortgages, Money Transfers, and Credit Card, the provide these services for different fields;
- Debt Capital Markets, Loans, Asset Finance, Commodity and Trade Finance, Project Finance, Structured Export Finance and Capital Solutions.
Structured Investments and Advisory
- Structured Investments, Account Structuring, Private Equity, Mergers and Acquisitions.
- Foreign Exchange Risk, Commodities, Consultative Risk Management and Tailored Product Solutions.
2. What requirements to Open Bank Account?
All you need to do is fill out the simple online application and then you will receive a welcome email with your account details and BSB (this is similar to a code in UK).
After that you’ll receive a call from ANZ on your internet banking details within 2 business days and then you’ll be able to have a chance to begin transferring funds into your new account and through Internet banking, you’ll be able to track your deposits.
You can fully activate your account at any of their 800 Australian branches by just providing your passport and boarding pass to activate it. You can even activate your account at Melbourne or Sydney Airport via ANZ Foreign Exchange Centre.
Here are the primary and secondary IDs that you can present;
- Australian photographic driver’s licence or learner’s permit
- Australian Passport (current, or one that has expired within the past two years)
- Foreign passport
- Australian state/territory government issued Proof of Age card
- Government issued National Identification card
- Birth certificate (can be issued by an Australian State or Territory, or Foreign Government)2
- Australian or Foreign citizenship certificate2
- Australian Medicare card
- Australian School attendance letter issued by principal to person under 18, recording residential address and period of attendance (less than 3 months old)
- Australian Taxation Office (ATO) assessment notice (less than 12 months old) with name and address
3. Can I Open Online?
Through your User ID, you can log in your ANZ Internet Banking account. But due to security purposes, you are not allowed to open an account through ANZ Internet Banking. This transaction should be done at the nearest ANZ bank in your place.
The good thing about ANZ Internet Banking is that it is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. But expect that access may be interrupted by a service being temporarily unavailable or where a system or equipment fails to function in a normal or satisfactory manner.
4. What is the best way to open in an ANZ Branch?
If you have already arrived in Australia or New Zealand and you wish to open an ANZ bank account, all you have to do is visit your ANZ branch to be identified and have your new bank account activated for withdrawals. The bank will verify identity by reviewing certain identity documents such as your original passport and your student visa.
ANZ Philippines Main Address
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited
9th Floor MCC Centre, 6778 Ayala Avenue, 1226 Makati City, Philippines
Tel: +63 2 841 7777