+ Dividend
++ Dividend History
In the past 5 years annual dividends have decreased by 95.0c from 175.0c to 80.0c. Based on a start date of 5 years ago, there has been no rise in dividends over the last 5 years.

Date PaidValue (c)Type
11 Nov 201980Final
Tr 12 Months80
13 May 201980Interim
12 Nov 201880Final
2018 - 2019160
14 May 201880Interim
13 Nov 201780Final
2017 - 2018160
08 May 201780Interim
14 Nov 201680Final
2016 - 2017160
09 May 201680Interim
06 Nov 201595Final
2015 - 2016175


+ News Archives (Feb 2019 - Jan 2020)
++ Changes in Board (TTM)
December 18 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking appoints Chief Executive Officer
Australia and New Zealand Banking has appointed Antonia Watson as Chief Executive Officer. The effective date is Wednesday, December 18.

September 13 2019: ANZ Company Secretary Changes
Effective today, Ken Adams, Group General Counsel of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited ( ANZ ), has been app ointed as a Company Secretary of ANZ and Bob Santamaria and John Priestley have ceased to be Company Secretaries of ANZ.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

September 13 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking Company Secretary resigns
Australia and New Zealand Banking Bob Santamaria,Company Secretary has resigned. The effective date is September 13, 2019.

September 13 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking appoints Company Secretary
Australia and New Zealand Banking has appointed Ken Adams as Company Secretary. The effective date is Friday, September 13.

June 17 2019: Leadership changes at ANZ New Zealand
ANZ today confirmed the appointment of Antonia Watson as Acting CEO of ANZ New Zealand, following the departure of David Hisco.
Mr. Hisco's departure follows ongoing health issues as well as Board concern about the characterisation of certain transactions following an internal review of personal expenses.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

++ Dividends
November 01 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking announces dividend
Australia and New Zealand Banking today announced a final dividend of 80.0c per share, franked to 70%. The ex dividend date is Monday, November 11, 2019 and the record date is Tuesday, November 12, 2019 and it is payable on Wednesday, December 18.

May 02 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking announces dividend
Australia and New Zealand Banking today announced an interim dividend of 80.0c per share, franked to 100%. The ex dividend date is Monday, May 13, 2019 and the record date is Tuesday, May 14, 2019 and it is payable on Monday, July 01.

++ Share Buybacks
March 22 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 410,017 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 410,017 shares worth $A10,844,950 (or $US7,749,443) on March 21, 2019.

March 21 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 350,000 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 350,000 shares worth $A9,222,500 (or $US6,524,900) on March 20, 2019.

March 20 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 830,000 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 830,000 shares worth $A21,829,000 (or $US15,507,649) on March 19, 2019.

March 18 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 1,300,000 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 1,300,000 shares worth $A34,255,000 (or $US24,280,869) on March 15, 2019.

March 15 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 910,000 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 910,000 shares worth $A24,224,200 (or $US17,103,884) on March 14, 2019.

March 14 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 830,000 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 830,000 shares worth $A22,244,000 (or $US15,695,678) on March 13, 2019.

March 12 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 650,000 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 650,000 shares worth $A17,628,000 (or $US12,408,896) on March 11, 2019.

March 11 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 1,500,000 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 1,500,000 shares worth $A40,680,000 (or $US28,674,396) on March 08, 2019.

March 08 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 1,322,322 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 1,322,322 shares worth $A36,694,436 (or $US25,853,101) on March 07, 2019.

March 07 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 900,433 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 900,433 shares worth $A25,014,029 (or $US17,591,641) on March 06, 2019.

March 06 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 998,144 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 998,144 shares worth $A27,668,552 (or $US19,573,038) on March 05, 2019.

March 05 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 883,014 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 883,014 shares worth $A24,600,770 (or $US17,443,742) on March 04, 2019.

March 01 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 677,205 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 677,205 shares worth $A18,961,740 (or $US13,543,593) on February 28, 2019.

February 28 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 1,003,920 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 1,003,920 shares worth $A27,949,133 (or $US20,088,383) on February 27, 2019.

February 27 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 864,791 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 864,791 shares worth $A23,946,063 (or $US17,135,659) on February 26, 2019.

February 26 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 672,941 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 672,941 shares worth $A18,855,807 (or $US13,486,804) on February 25, 2019.

February 25 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking buys back 1,057,496 shares
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) announced a buyback of 1,057,496 shares worth $A29,557,013 (or $US21,056,653) on February 22, 2019.

++ Share Capital
January 22: Australia and New Zealand Banking: Issue of US$1,250,000,000 Fixed Rate Subordinated Notes
Today Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ABN 11 005 357 522) (" Issuer ") will issue US$1,250,000,000 fixed rate subordinated notes due July 2030 pursuant to its US$25,000,000,000 Medium - Term Note s Program (the " Subordinated Notes ").
The Subordinated Notes convert into fully paid ordinary shares of the Issuer (" Ordinary Shares " ) where the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority determines this to be necessary on the grounds that the Issuer would otherwise become non - viable.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

December 19 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking increases issued capital
Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ.AU) has announced an increase of 1,592,499 shares (or 0.1%) in total shares on issue from 2,834,584,923 to 2,836,177,422. The effective date is Wednesday, December 18.

++ Press Releases
January 17: Australia and New Zealand Banking: Notice Corporations Act Subsection 259C(2)
Attached is a notice given in accordance with a Corporations Act Subsection 259C(2) exemption, ASIC Instrument 19 - 1239 and associated Deed Poll. They ha ve been approved for distribution by ANZ's Company Secretary.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

January 10: Australia and New Zealand Banking: Notice to redeem wholesale CNY2.5b ANZ Subordinated Notes
ANZ advises that today it will sen d the attached notice of redemption in respect of its wholesale CNY 2,500,000,000 4. 7 5 per cent. fixed rate subordinated notes due 30 January 2025.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

October 31 2019: ANZ NZ reports 2019 full-year result
ANZ Bank New Zealand 1 today reported a statutory 2 net profit after tax (NPAT) of NZ$ 1,825 million for the 12 months to 30 September, 2019 - an 8 % decrease on the 2018 financial year.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

September 23 2019: ANZ to focus on Institutional and Large Corp banking in PNG
ANZ today announced it has completed the sale of its Retail, Commercial and Small - Medium Sized Enterprise (SME) banking businesses in Papua New Guinea to Kina Bank, allowing it to focus solely on its Institutional and Large Corporate banking business in country.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

August 16 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking: Transcript of interview with Mark Hand
ANDREW CORNELL: Morning Mark, t hanks v ery much for joining us on bluen otes. You've just released to the ASX the APS 330 which is a document that really updates on credit quality and the capital position. There's also some data though on the home mortgage market and in the first quarter and again at the half year, ANZ talked about some weakness in the mortgage book and the APRA data we've seen that's just out shows really some continuing weakness there. So can you tell us what you're doing about that?
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

August 16 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking: June 2019 Pillar 3 news release & chart pack
ANZ today provided an update on credit quality, capital and Australian housing mortgage flows as part of the scheduled release of its Pillar 3 disclosure statement for quarter ending 30 June 2019 and associated chart pack.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

July 25 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking: ASIC civil proceedings on periodical payment fees
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has advised ANZ it intends to commence civil penalty proceedings against the bank in relation to the cha rging of fees for periodical payments in certain circumstances prior to February 2016
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

July 09 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking: APRA responds to loss-absorbing capacity submissions
Further to the release by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) of a discussion paper titled "Increasing the loss - absorbing capacity of ADIs to support orderly resolution" on 8 November 2018, APRA has today provided a response to submissions.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

June 24 2019: ANZ New Zealand welcomes independent reviews
ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited ( ANZ NZ ) will work with the Reserve Bank of New Zealand ( RBNZ ) on independent review s of its capital models and attestation process.
Board Chair, Sir John Key said today : " The Board had been working on commencing an independent review to provide assurance that our capital models and the Directors ' attestation process are robust and operating in a prudent manner. Following discussio ns with the RBNZ, t he Directors agree that the best way to achieve this assurance is working with the RB NZ and an independent party to undertake the necessary review s."
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

June 03 2019: ANZ completes sale of life insurance to Zurich
ANZ today announced it has completed the sale of its Australian life i nsurance business, OnePath Life, to Zurich Financial Services Australia, originally announced in December 2017.
The completion of the sale m ark s the start of a 20 - year agreement for Zurich to provide life insurance products to relevant ANZ customers through the bank's channels.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

May 27 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking: Notice to redeem A$750m ANZ Subordinated Notes
ANZ advises that it has today posted the attached notice of redemption in respect of its wholesale A$ 750,000,000 floating rate subordinated notes due 25 June 2024.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

May 21 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking: Ken Adams appointed Group General Counsel
ANZ today announced it has appointed Ken Ad ams as Group General Counsel, succeeding Bob Santamaria who will retire on 30 Sept ember after a distinguished legal career.
Mr. Adams, who has been a long-term advisor to ANZ, joins from Herbert Smith Freehills where he has been a senior partner since 1998 and a member of the firm's global governance council.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

April 24 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking: Template Release - Adoption of AASB 9 and AASB 15
ANZ will announce its Half Year 2019 Financial Results on Wednesday 1 May. In advance of that announcement, the Group is releasing a template to assist market participants preparing to analyse the Group's financial performance.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange

February 28 2019: Australia and New Zealand Banking: Group Executive changes in Australia
ANZ today announced a new management structure for its Australia business designed to help it better navigate the challenges facing the sector, while also ensuring increased organisational alignment to take advantage of current market opportunities.
As part of these changes, current Group Executives Mark Hand and Maile Carnegie will share responsibility for the financial performance of ANZ' s business in Australia.
Source: Australian Securities Exchange