Westpac, now Westpac Banking Corporation, is a banking and financial services corporation focusing on markets in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific region. As of 2014 it had assets of A$770.8 billion, approximately 36,000 employees, and net profit of A$7.561 million.
Westpac was the first bank founded in Australia.
- Robert Joss - former CEO
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