With branches in Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, India, Vietnam, Mainland China and SAR Hong Kong, the Bank offers a range of financial services to both Australian clients with interests in Asia and clients within the region who have business interests in Australia. The Bank also has a representative office in Hanoi.
The establishment of the Beijing Representative Office in 1994 provided a liaison point for the Commonwealth Bank to build valuable relationships with government bodies, financial institutions and corporations in China. Since then, the bank has opened its first corporate and institutional branch in Shanghai’s Pudong District in 2010. In 2013, the bank opened its second corporate and institutional branch in Beijing. The Group also opened its first County Bank in China’s central region in Henan Province in February 2011. It now has a total of 15 County Banks located in the provinces of Henan and Hebei, in addition to four sub-branches in Henan.
Level 11, Azia Centre
1233 Lujiazui Ring Road,
Phone: +86 21 61238900
Level 46, China World Tower
No. 1 Jianguomenwai Ave., Beijing 100004
Phone: +8610 5680 3000
The Hong Kong branch, established in 1986, offers a comprehensive range of financial services to multinationals from Australia and New Zealand with a presence in Asia. In addition, the branch provides solutions to Asian institutional clients who would like to expand into Australia and New Zealand as well as private banking services to local and expatriate professionals.
Hong Kong branch
One Exchange Square,
8 Connaught Place, Central,
Phone: +852 2844 7500
Commonwealth Bank Indonesia is a subsidiary of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and has been operating for almost 15 years. It operates under an Indonesian banking licence and offers its local customers savings, term deposits, current accounts, mutual funds, loans, bank guarantees and foreign exchange. It has more than 80 branches and 100 ATMs across Indonesia. It employs more than 1500 people and services the financial needs of more than 84,000 customers.
Commonwealth Bank Indonesia is well represented in the popular tourist destination of Bali. The Bank’s Australian customers benefit from lower ATM fees (refer to ‘non Commonwealth Bank’ ATM fees) for Debit Card withdrawals from local Commonwealth Bank ATMs, and can access competitive foreign exchange and free online and telephone banking and at its four Bali branches at Denpasar, Legian, Ubud and Kuta.
Commonwealth Life Indonesia provides a range of life insurance products to Indonesian customers and expatriates including unit linked, education, savings and investment, death and disability, personal accident, hospitalisation, critical illness protection, and credit protection.
Commonwealth Bank Indonesia
Phone: +6221 7917 6000
Phone: +6221 500 525
The Tokyo branch of the Commonwealth Bank was established in 1986.
Phone: +81 3 5400 7280
Commonwealth Bank Singapore was established in 1982 and offers a comprehensive range of financial services to multinationals from Australia and New Zealand with a presence in Asia. In addition, the office provides solutions to Asian institutional clients who would like to expand into Australia and New Zealand as well as private banking services to local and expatriate professionals.
Please note that this office is not a retail branch and is unable to assist CBA Australia retail banking customers with their transactional needs including: lost credit/debit/key cards, opening of new accounts, Netbank queries and remittances.
38 Beach Road
South Beach Tower
The Ho Chi Minh City branch of the Commonwealth Bank was established in 2008 and provides saving accounts, loans, money transfers, business banking, international trade finance and ATM machines. The Bank’s Australian customers benefit from lower ATM fees (refer to ‘non Commonwealth Bank’ ATM fees) for Debit Card withdrawals from local ATMs and customers can access a free online connection to NetBank and a free phone line to 132221 in Australia from the Ho Chi Minh City branch.
Ho Chi Minh City branch
4B Ton Duc Thang
District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Phone: +84 8 3824 1525
The Hanoi Representative Office was established in 1994 and provides a liaison point for the Commonwealth Bank to form valuable relationships with government bodies, financial institutions and corporations in Vietnam.
Hanoi Representative Office
The Central Building
31 Hai Ba Trung
Phone: +84 4 3824 3213