ANZ has launched a new sub-branch in Nagoya, as part of its strategy to provide convenient wealth management services to customers in Japan’s major metropolitan centers.
ANZ’s Nagoya sub-branch will provide a full range of wealth management products, including foreign currency deposits, JPY term deposits, structured deposits available in multiple currencies including JPY, AUD, NZD, USD, Euro, Toshin or mutual funds specializing in Australian, New Zealand and Asia Pacific investments.
ANZ has been operating in Japan since 1969. In Tokyo, ANZ provides institutional and wealth management retail banking products and services to Japanese corporations, financial institutions and individuals. In 1990 ANZ opened a branch in Osaka to provide wealth management products and services for affluent customers in western Japan.
Robert Bell, CEO of ANZ Japan, said: “Opening a sub-branch in Nagoya was part of a focused growth plan in Japan to expand ANZ’s capabilities for affluent wealth management clients in key Japanese cities. The sub-branch builds on ANZ’s existing branches in Tokyo and Osaka.
“We look forward to bringing our Asia Pacific insight and specialist wealth management products to our affluent customers in Nagoya from the convenience of our new sub-branch located in the heart of Nagoya City.”