What The Big 4 Banks Own

The Big 4 Banks have been, over the last few years, buying up big in the name of expanding their market share within Australia.

Don’t be fooled into banking with the Big 4 when you thought you were supporting another financial institution.

What the Big 4 Banks Own

The Take-Aways

  • 9 out of 10 new mortgages signed in Australia are with the Big 4 banks!
  • Commonwealth Bank owns Bankwest and a 1/3 share of Aussie Home Loans
  • NAB owns UBank, and Choice Home Loans
  • ANZ owns One Path (formally the Wealth Management arm of ING Australia)
  • Westpac owns St George Bank, Bank SA, Bank of Melbourne and Rams Home Loans.

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