National Australia Bank (NAB) is an international financial services group providing a comprehensive range of banking and financial services in its core markets of Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Asia.

History of National Australia Bank (NAB)

The National Bank of Australia was founded in Victoria in 1858. The National Bank of Australasia as it was originally known as quickly became renowned as one of the more discreet banking institutions in the country.

The National Australia Bank expanded by taking over a number of other banking institutions in Australia.

The main reason for the group's growth to date was the merger with the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney in 1981 when they together formed what we know today as the National Australia Bank.

In 2008 The National Australia Bank changed its name to the NAB.

NAB Products and Services

  • The NAB offers a full range of financial services.
  • For personal banking, credit cards, home, car and personal loans.
  • Insurance options and superannuation packages.
  • For business loans, and leasing.
  • The NAB also focuses on debt, risk management and investment products for institutional and corporate customers.

NAB - National Australia Bank is Australia's largest bank and is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX: NAB.AX).

NAB Internet Banking now has upgraded security features which include a voluntary SMS payment security system. This will reduce the possibility of customers losing money from hoax email and phishing scams. These features helped NAB recently win Money Magazine's banking website of the year award.

NAB Interest Rates

See the tables below for the full range of National Australia Bank (NAB) home loan, personal loan, credit card and savings account products.