NAB Half Year Results 2018



NAB Chief Executive Officer Andrew Thorburn today released NAB’s 2018 Half Year results to the market, delivering a solid result while accelerating NAB’s strategy and transforming for the future:

“The acceleration of our strategy announced with the Group’s 2017 Full Year Results, including an estimated additional $1.5 billion investment over three years, is now well underway. We are improving the experience of our customers, reshaping our workforce and growing our bank in an environment of rapid technological and regulatory change.

“This is an ambitious and necessary plan so we can continue to deliver for all our stakeholders, live our purpose to `back the bold who move Australia forward’ and achieve our vision to be Australia and New Zealand’s most respected bank.”



Figures based on NAB’s 1H18 cash earnings
  1. Dividends declared in respect of 1H18
  2. Taxes paid includes income tax, GST, FBT, payroll tax and other taxes borne by NAB that were paid during the six months ended 31 March 2018
  3. Employees represents full time equivalent employees as at 31 March 2018 for NAB Group


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