Your customer number is a number unique to you and is what you use to register for or log in to ANZ Internet Banking and ANZ goMoney as well as ANZ Phone Banking. This can be found on the back of most ANZ credit and debit cards. If you're...
To receive an overseas payment you should provide the sender with the following details:
your account number
your account name
your residential address listed on the account
ANZ's full beneficiary bank name: ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited...
When sending or receiving an overseas payment, the SWIFT/BIC code identifies the receiving (recipient) bank or financial institution.
ANZ's SWIFT code is ANZBNZ22. Note: If the other party requires an 11 digit SWIFT, use ANZBNZ22XXX
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You can join a MyMeeting conference by a phone or via the ANZ MyMeeting site. You should have received a Conference ID and Guest PIN from your ANZ contact. If not, please get in touch with your ANZ contact for these details.
Please read ANZ’s terms and...
ANZ charges a fee per transaction:
$9 via ANZ goMoney and ANZ Internet Banking (currently there’s no ANZ international money transfer fee to pay for transfers via ANZ goMoney or ANZ Internet Banking to selected Pacific countries)
IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number. It is the standard formatting of an account number used for international payments to countries in the European Union, Middle East and other countries.
Destination countries with no IBAN allocated...
International money transfers (IMTs) can be made through ANZ goMoney, ANZ Internet Banking, ANZ Phone Banking or by contacting us.
ANZ Internet Banking
ANZ Phone Banking
Things you will need to know before getting started:...
In ANZ Internet Banking and ANZ goMoney, you can select from the following currencies to send money overseas:
AUD - Australian Dollar
CAD - Canadian Dollar
CHF - Swiss Franc
DKK - Danish Krone
EUR - Euro
FJD - Fiji Dollar
GBP - Great British Pound