Compare 7 best Credit Cards in New Zealand
ANZ

In one way or another, ANZ New Zealand touches the lives of almost every New Zealander.

Through some of New Zealand's best known financial brands, including ANZ, OnePath, ANZ Investments, UDC Finance, Bonus Bonds and ANZ Securities, we enjoy remarkable scale, diversity, resources and influence. We also have global reach as a member of the ANZ group of companies.

ANZ is currently one of New Zealand's largest companies based on profit and assets. With that scale comes responsibility, and we take that responsibility seriously.

Kiwibank

When Kiwibank came to life in 2002, our mission was clear: to win the hearts of Kiwis by providing better service, better products, lower fees and better interest rates.

Today we've got more than 850,000 customers, a nationwide ATM network and we're in PostShops all over the country which means we can stay open longer than other banks - even on weekends in most places. And we're in malls and airports, and other places that make it easier for our customers.

Amex

Each day, American Express makes it easier, safer and more rewarding for consumers and businesses to purchase the things they need and for merchants to sell their goods and services.

An engine of commerce, American Express provides innovative payment, travel and expense management solutions for individuals and businesses of all sizes.

Most of all, we help our customers realize their dreams and aspirations through industry-leading benefits, access to unique experiences, business-building insights, and global customer care. We enable our customers to do more and achieve more.

Westpac

Westpac has been a proud part of New Zealand history and community for over 150 years. Beginning life in 1861 as The Bank of New South Wales, we changed our name to Westpac in 1982.

Today, Westpac New Zealand is one of the countrys largest full service banks with:

- over 1.2 million customers
- around 200 branches and 600 ATMs nationwide
- around 900,000 registered users of our Online Banking service - performing 3 million transactions online (June 2009)
- over 4,800 staff.

ASB

ASB pledged to serve the community; to grow; and to help kiwis grow.

We have done that over the years by not standing still; by continuing to rethink the way people bank and how they interact with their money; by not just being another bank.

We are also inspired by success. Big or small, every milestone reached by our customers is a success and pushes us to go even further; to do better.

Which is probably why more than 1.3 million personal, business and rural customers choose to bank with us.

BNZ

For over 150 years, BNZ have helped people and businesses grow and make their goals a reality.

BNZ wants to help all New Zealanders be good with money, so everyone can do good things with it.

As part of the National Australia Bank Group of companies, BNZ have more than 5,500 kiwis working for them and have some 170 stores across the country. BNZ is led by a board of directors and an executive team of leaders.

As a customer, you are at the heart of their business, so BNZ have made six promises to you, so that they can help you be good with money and give you great customer service.

TSB

Back in 1985 the government proposed to merge all of New Zealands twelve independent banks into one big one. They delivered an ultimatum - get in line or be doomed.

We decided we did not want to throw away 130 years of independence. We knew it would not be in the best interests of our customers.

The pressure to merge was intense - from the other banks, and the government. We stood firm.

The merger went ahead without us. But within a few years it faltered and was sold off to a big Aussie bank.
So how did it work out for us? We went from strength to strength - with customers from Cape Reinga to Bluff, to all corners of the world.
We are still making our own decisions. Still giving customers the kind of care and attention we have always been known for.
Putting customers first is as important to us today as it was nearly 28 years ago. It is just a better way to bank.

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