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  • Property

How has the pandemic changed home buying intentions?

New NAB research details the factors that have become more important to Australian homebuyers since the pandemic.

  • 21.11.2021
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  • Finance

Impact investing at an all-time high

Data released today by nabtrade reveals that more investors are looking to make a positive social and environmental impact with their trading, and are turning to international markets to make it happen.

  • 19.11.2021
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  • Innovation

Making banking easier for customers

NAB aims to make banking quick, safe and simple. These are some key changes in the past year.

  • 09.11.2021
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  • Property

Aussie first home buyers shift to the suburbs

First home buyers have continued a shift back to the outer suburbs in the four months to August according to new NAB data, particularly in NSW and Victoria.

  • 30.10.2021
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  • Community

NAB announces disaster relief package for customers impacted by storms in Victoria

National Australia Bank has today announced its disaster relief package for customers in Victoria, impacted by the storms.

  • 29.10.2021
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  • Community

Melburnians ready to visit the regions this weekend post-lockdown

Getting out and about in regional Victoria tops the priority list for almost one in three people after lockdown, according to new NAB data.

  • 29.10.2021
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  • Customers

Melburnians celebrate freedom with a haircut and a pint

Melbourne has bounced out of easing COVID restrictions, with $76.9 million spent from Friday to Sunday at NAB merchant terminals – up 21% when compared to the same period the week prior.

  • 25.10.2021
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  • Customers

Relief package for customers impacted by tornado in Armidale

National Australia Bank has today announced its disaster relief package for customers in Armidale, NSW impacted by the tornado.

  • 15.10.2021
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  • Small Business

NSW businesses celebrate as doors re-open

Businesses across New South Wales are welcoming in the first day of reduced restrictions in the state, re-opening their doors as vaccination levels continue to climb.

  • 10.10.2021
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  • Technology

Designing banking for life.

As delivered by Michelle Sherwood, NAB Executive Digital Personal Bank at the virtual FST Media ‘Future of Financial Services’ conference (Tuesday 5 October, 2021).

  • 05.10.2021
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  • Business

NAB announces new loan terms to boost small business

In a first for the Australian market, NAB has today announced it will be offering eligible small businesses across the country access to apply for business loans with loan terms of up to 30 years for up to $2 million.

  • 14.09.2021
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  • Customers

Supporting customers experiencing vulnerability

“It makes me feel proud to help customers who are experiencing a dark moment of their lives.

  • 02.09.2021
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  • Climate

NAB extends offering of ESG derivatives to Australian business

NAB today launched specialist derivative products tied to environmental, social and governance (ESG) targets.

  • 31.08.2021
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  • Customers

Federal Court outcome – Fee Disclosure Statements

National Australia Bank (NAB) acknowledges the $18.

  • 26.08.2021
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  • Community

NAB and Food Agility partner to support farmers on sustainability

NAB and Food Agility Co-operative Research Centre (CRC) have partnered to provide practical guidance to farmers on how they can use the latest climate and sustainability research to make their businesses more resilient.

  • 30.07.2021
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  • Innovation

Five innovations changing the way we bank

By Rachel Slade, NAB Group Executive Personal Banking

Australians are looking for ways to take greater control of their finances following the global pandemic and the economic shock it created.

  • 24.05.2021
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