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ANZ launches commercial mobile banking for Android

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited

Media Release

For Release: 3 September 2013

ANZ launches commercial mobile banking for AndroidTM users

ANZ today launched ANZ Transactive – Mobile for Android devices to provide its commercial customers with even greater visibility and control of their cash management activities.

Launched in 2012 for iPhones and iPads, ANZ Transactive – Mobile allows customers to remotely monitor real-time account balances, view current and prior-day transactions, approve and release payments and obtain dynamic FX rates.

ANZ Global Head of Channels & Platforms for Transaction Banking Anne Collard said: “We were the first bank to launch a mobile cash management solution and both the uptake and feedback from our customers has already far exceeded our expectations.”

“Given the growing popularity of Android devices, it made sense to extend ANZ Transactive – Mobile to Android users and we’ve worked closely with our customers to develop an app that provides even greater visibility and control of their cash management activities.

“We know our commercial customers are embracing mobile technology in every aspect of their lives, and they are demanding the same technologies in their work environments. Today’s launch is responding to that demand,” Ms Collard said.

Existing clients can download ANZ Transactive – Mobile for Android from the Google Play store and a demonstration is available on


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