ANZ boasts an extensive network of banking specialists and experts that stretches across more than 30 global markets, featuring a prominent on-the-ground presence in over 10 markets across Asia. ANZ offers a diverse selection of personalized accounts and services, encompassing online banking, credit cards, personal loans, insurance, home loans, and foreign exchange.
Example Of ANZ Bank Account Number
ANZ account numbers follow a standard format: BB-bbbb-AAAAAAA-SSS. Here, B denotes the bank number (2 digits), b represents the branch number (4 digits), A signifies the account number (7 digits), and S stands for the suffix digits (2 or 3 digits).
Your BSB and account number will be clearly displayed on your statement copies. The initial 6 digits represent your BSB number, followed by your 9-digit account number. An example of an ANZ bank account number is 221020199.
If you use ANZ Phone Banking, by dialing 13 13 14, you’ll have the opportunity to audibly receive your BSB and account numbers.