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Last $63.98 USD
Change Today +1.21 / 1.93%
Volume 629.0
As of 8:10 PM 07/31/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

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commonwealth bank of austral (CBAUF) Details

Commonwealth Bank of Australia provides various banking and financial products and services to personal, business, and corporate clients in Australia and internationally. It offers personal banking products and services, including transaction accounts, savings accounts, and term deposits; credit cards; personal and home loans; financial planning services; superannuation products; products for youth and students; car, home, life, credit card, income protection, and loan insurance products; international and online banking services; and travel money cards and loans, travel insurance, and travellers cheques, as well as private banking services. The company also provides business banking products, such as business accounts and credit cards; merchant services; business loans, overdrafts, business line of credit, commonwealth portfolio and margin loans, and bank guarantees; car, equipment, medical equipment, and technology equipment finance; risk management products; life, income protection, business overhead, and vehicle insurance products; investment products; and employer superannuation products and self-managed super funds. In addition, it offers corporate banking services comprising capital raising and lending services; working capital finance; commodities risk management services; and offshore banking services. Further, the company provides products and services to assists corporate and institutional clients manage cash flow and liquidity, fund expansion and growth, and manage risk in the foreign exchange, interest rate, commodities, derivatives, and securities markets, as well as offers stock broking and wealth management services. It operates approximately 1,100 branches, 3,700 Australia post agencies, 4,300 ATMs, and 200,000 EFTPOS terminals. The company was founded in 1911 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.

44,520 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/10/15
Founded in 1911

commonwealth bank of austral (CBAUF) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, E...
Total Annual Compensation: A$5.5M
Chief Financial Officer and Group Executive o...
Total Annual Compensation: A$3.2M
Group Chief Risk Officer
Total Annual Compensation: A$3.3M
Group Executive of Group Corporate Affairs, G...
Total Annual Compensation: A$1.8M
Group Executive of Human Resources
Total Annual Compensation: A$1.8M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

commonwealth bank of austral (CBAUF) Key Developments

Commonwealth Bank of Australia Announces Ordinary Quarterly Dividend Payable on September 15, 2015

Commonwealth Bank of Australia announced ordinary quarterly dividend of AUD 0.87480000 payable on September 15, 2015. Record date is September 7, 2015 and ex-date is September 3, 2015.

Commonwealth Bank of Australia Announces Ordinary Quarterly Dividend Payable on September 15, 2015

Commonwealth Bank of Australia announced ordinary quarterly dividend of AUD 1.05130000 payable on September 15, 2015. Record date is September 7, 2015 and ex-date is September 15, 2015.

The ACE Foundation Sues Commonwealth Bank of Australia in U.S. Courts Seeking Return of $2.5 Million to Continue its Charitable Projects

The ACE Foundation has filed a lawsuit in California Superior Court against Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) seeking the return of $2.53 million in ACE Foundation funds being held in Australia. The suit by ACE Foundation contends that its funds are being held wrongfully in Australia. The court action requests a jury trial in the U.S. to force the return of the funds, plus damages, so that the money can be used to continue the foundation's mission and complete initiatives in progress since the organization was founded in May 2014. The foundation's suit rebuts allegations that ACE's engagement with two CBA IT employees was meant to be hidden from CBA, or was part of a secret plot in years past to win corrupt contracts for a bank vendor. The ACE Foundation has been under the direction of its founder/CEO, Andrew Goldstein, since he founded the organization in May 2014. ACE is a 501(c)(3) that has been awarded IRS tax-exempt status for its charitable mission, and operates in full compliance with rigorous reporting and governance rules. As illustrated in the lawsuit, ACE has an independent board of directors and employs internal staff and a wide range of contractors in the U.S. and abroad in service of an ambitious slate of goals and projects. ACE's suit contends that the foundation's funds were never hidden and ACE acted properly at all times. According to the lawsuit, ACE deployed its project budgets and consulting fees with openness and transparency in a manner that guaranteed the bank's review and scrutiny, depositing the funds into CBA's own accounts, in accordance with all applicable rules and regulations. The suit points to evidence that ACE's project budgets were not only put into CBA itself, but also placed in the true names of the employees intended to run the projects, with their consulting organizations called out on supporting documentation as intended agents for the deliverables. The suit goes on to detail how all actions from ACE were deliberate and purposeful, and how ACE's actions are consistent with its understanding that the bank was fully aware and in approval of the engagement. ACE's suit explains that a small portion of the funds, $100,000, were targeted for the consultants and the remainder was set appropriately in accordance with professional accounting advice for budgeted project expenses. The suit also contends that the intent of the consulting and the projects are evidenced in numerous forms, including statements-of-work and invoices that reference purpose, goals and supporting documentation.


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