ANZ ranked number one institutional bank for sixth consecutive year

ANZ retained its top spot in the institutional banking market for the sixth year in a row winning plaudits from customers for providing support during the pandemic, according to a leading survey. 

The 2021 Peter Lee Associates large corporate and institutional relationship banking survey revealed that fully 80 percent of respondents described ANZ’s support during the coronavirus as excellent or above average.  

This is a one-off measure and was the largest difference between ANZ and other banks involved in the survey. 

The banking survey put ANZ in first place for or outright and lead bank penetration with 74 percent of 500 respondents saying they have a relationship with the lender. 

ANZ also maintained the highest lead bank penetration score of 39 percent, also ranking number one as lead provider in 10 of 13 product groups, according to Peter Lee Associates.  

Leader in ESG  

Strikingly, the bank was also rated the clear market leader in environmental social and governance (ESG) and sustainable finance.  

“ANZ’s consistently strong Peter Lee results reflect our focus on fostering long-lasting, trusted relationships with customers, and standing by them through challenging times,” said Tammy Medard, ANZ managing director, institutional Australia & PNG.  

“They recognised our strong and consistent support during the pandemic, which was evident not only through core lending but also digital banking solutions and cybersecurity measures to protect them from fraud. 

“The results are a credit to our team which work hard to understand our customers’ needs and deliver outstanding banking expertise, including in the increasingly important area of ESG.” 

The Peter Lee Associates large corporate and institutional relationship banking survey is a leading indicator of performance across wholesale banking in Australia. Some 590 Australia-based large corporate institutions were surveyed. 

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