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With a presence in Europe since 1913, the Commonwealth Bank has more than 180 staff across the region. We have established strong positions in a diverse range of market segments and regions in Europe. Our focus on building partnerships where our expertise of the Australian market and product offering can deliver distinct advantages to clients.

In addition to providing products and services to financial institutions, non-bank financial institutions as well as corporates and multinationals, we also provide migrant banking services for people moving to Australia.

If you would like to make an appointment to speak with a Relationship Manager* by phone, please call us on 020 7710 3999 or email


United Kingdom

An office of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia is located in London.

1 New Ludgate
60 Ludgate Hill
London EC4M 7AW
Phone: +44 207 710 3999
*Please note: London Office does not provide over-the-counter banking facilities for visiting Australians. However, if you’re a visiting Australian you can use a telephone at the office to call any of the following 24/7 numbers:
  • Card Enquiries – 0800 892 084 (Toll free from UK landline)
  • Phone/ Net Banking – 0061 132 221 (International call charges apply)
  • Direct Banking – 0061 2 9999 3283 (Reverse charge calls accepted from landline phones, charges may apply from mobiles)

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Important information


Established in Malta in 2005, CommBank Europe provides infrastructure and utilities solutions, corporate lending and asset finance solutions to clients throughout Europe.

CommBank Europe

Level 3, Strand Towers
36 The Strand
Sliema, SLM07
Phone: +35 6 21 320812


Things you should know

The Bank provides products and services that are not regulated by the Prudential Regulation Authority or the Financial Conduct Authority. The Products and Services which are the subject of this communication are not regulated by the Prudential Regulation Authority or the Financial Conduct Authority.