Trade National Australia Bank
National Australia Bank (NAB Abbreviation, Nab Brand) is one of Australia's four largest financial institutions in terms of market value, profits and customers. Nab bank ranked 21st among the largest banks in the world by market capitalization and 52nd in total assets in 2019. The government's decision to re-establish a new government in 2012 was a major concern for the Government of The United States of American And British. 4,412 ATMs in Australia, New Zealand and Asia serve 12.7 million customers. NAB has a "AA-" long-term source rating by Standard & Poor's. National Australia Bank was formed as a national commercial marketing company in Australia Limited in 1982 through the merger of National Bank of Australia and the Commercial Banking Company in Sydney. The resulting company was subsequently renamed National Australia Bank Limited.The expanded financial base of the merged entity, resulting in significant overseas expansion over the following years. Representative offices were established in Beijing (1982), Chicago (1982 branch), Dallas (1983), Seoul (1983), upgraded to a branch in 1990), San Francisco (1984), Kuala Lumpur (1984), Athens (1984, closed in 1989), Frankfurt (1985, closed in 1992), Atlanta (1986), Bangkok (1986), Taipei (1986 promotion to branch 1990), Shanghai (1988, closed 1990), Houston (1989) and New Delhi (1989).