As one of Australia's top banks1 and largest listed institutions2 with a history of over 150 years, National Australia Bank (NAB or the Bank) specialises in servicing high-net-worth investors and businesses with rapidly growing needs in capital and trade flows across Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
As our customers capitalise on these exciting developments, we are committing significant investments in the region to ensure that we continue to meet the expanding banking and financing needs.
In Hong Kong, we have been serving our customers since the early 1970s, offering a comprehensive suite of banking and financial services ranging from private wealth services, institutional and wholesale banking services.
Visit us at our branches located at Pacific Place or Hysan Place to find out how we can help you.
We offer a range of services that give our clients convenience in managing their finances and helps them achieve the potential returns that they look for. Find out more about how we can help you with our range of offerings:
If you are interested in wealth management and financial planning services, we can refer you to the dedicated financial advisers at NAB Private Wealth Advisory Limited, our wholly-owned subsidiary.
Our Business Banking team is dedicated to supporting Australian and New Zealand businesses as they invest, expand and trade in Asia. Similarly, we are here to support our Asian clients with trade, asset and investment flows into the Australasian region.
At NAB Group, we are focused on supporting the increasing business, trade and foreign direct investment flows between Australia, New Zealand and Asia. We do this by leveraging our expertise in relevant industry sectors worldwide and through our linkage into the largest corporate client base in Australia and New Zealand.
For NAB Private Wealth Customers
32/F, Hysan Place
500 Hennessy Road,
Tel: +852 2822 5342
Fax: +852 2822 9704 / 9706
Service Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday)
1 74th overall in The World's Biggest Public Companies (Forbes May 2014)
2 By market capitalisation (ASX) and #40 in total assets (Forbes May 2014)