Investing in global relationships

We’ve invested a lot of time in developing our relationships with investors around the world and linking them with real opportunities to deliver value – from securing investments through to more complex ideas. This also means we can help our corporate customers tap into deep and diverse pools of liquidity.

Here’s what we offer:

  • Great opportunities for investors: we understand that every portfolio is different and work with investors to connect them to the right investment opportunities.
  • One of the broadest distribution networks of any Australian bank: with offices across Asia, US, UK, and New Zealand (via Bank of New Zealand), our investor relationships span the globe, covering institutional, private, family office and funds.
  • One of the strongest investor networks in Australia: we’ve developed strong relationships with high net worth investors, self-managed super funds, local councils and universities.
  • Leading the way in global markets: we’re one of the only Australian bank with full distribution across the US public, US private placement (USPP) and Australian residential mortgage-backed security/ABS. And we have one of the largest USPP investor base in the world.
  • Support and expertise for socially responsible investors (SRI): as a pioneer in the SRI market, we have real understanding of what investors want and need for their portfolios and how to achieve their goals.

At NAB we have the insights, relationships and distribution networks that put us in the box seat when it comes to linking investors with borrowers, both in Australia and internationally.

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Awards and accolades


#1 for Most Valuable/Tailored Advice for FX

Peter Lee Associates – Foreign Exchange Survey Australia 2020. Financial institution respondents, ranking against the four major domestic banks.


#1 for Relationship Strength Index

Peter Lee Associates – Interest Rate Derivatives Survey Australia 2020. Ranking against all banks.

Best Overall Research on Australian Fixed Income

Best Research on Australian Corporations and Financial Institutions, KangaNews Fixed Income Research Poll 2021.