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Company Announcements Office Australian Securities Exchange Level 4

20 Bridge Street


16 August 2017

Despatch of ANZ Capital Notes 5 Postcard to ANZ Securityholders (other than eligible CPS3 holders)

Attached is a postcard being sent to those holders of ANZ ordinary shares or ANZ Capital Notes issued in August 2013, March 2014, March 2015 and September 2016 (CN1, CN2, CN3 and CN4, respectively) as recorded on ANZ's register at 7.00pm AET on 11 August 2017 with registered addresses in Australia (ANZ Securityholders).

The postcard notifies ANZ Securityholders of the offer of ANZ Capital Notes 5 pursuant to the ANZ Capital Notes 5 prospectus separately lodged with the ASX and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission today (Prospectus). ANZ Securityholders can obtain a copy of the Prospectus online at

Yours faithfully

Simon Pordage Company Secretary

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited

For investor enquiries about ANZ Capital Notes 5 please:

  • visit; or

  • call the ANZ Information Line on 1800 113 399 (within Australia) or +61 3 9415 4010 (international) (Monday to Friday - 8.30am-5.30pm AET).

Company Secretary's Office

ANZ Centre Melbourne, Level 9, 833 Collins Street, Docklands Vic 3008 GPO Box 254, MELBOURNE VIC 3001 AUSTRALIA

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited ABN 11 005 357 522 29550966_1





Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited ABN 11005 357 522

ANZ invites you as an eligible ANZ Securityholder to apply for ANZ Capital Notes 5 (Notes) under the ANZ Securityholder Offer which is scheduled to open soon.

Details of the offer, including timing and how applications for Notes will be treated if there is excess demand, are set out in the Prospectus.

The offer will be made through the Prospectus. Anyone who wants to acquire the Notes, should obtain and consider the Prospectus and complete the application form accompanying the Prospectus. In deciding whether

to apply for Notes, you should read the Prospectus in its entirety and seek professional guidance which takes into account your particular investment objectives and circumstances from a professional advisor who is licensed by ASIC.

Applications must be for a minimum of 50 Notes ($5,000) and must be received by the Closing Date specified in the Prospectus.


  • View the Prospectus online at; or

  • call the ANZ Information Line to request a paper copy of the Prospectus together with a personalised application form. You will need to quote your SRN/HIN (see front of this card).


    During the Offer Period, either:

  • complete an online application via

    quoting your SRN/HIN and pay using BPay®; or

  • complete a paper application form and return it, along with payment (by cheque or money order), to the Registry.


Visit or call the ANZ Information Line on 1800 113 399 (within Australia) or +61 3 9415 4010 (international) (Monday to Friday - 8:30am to 5:30pm AET)

IMPORTANT NOTICES: Capitalised terms not defined on this card have the meaning given in the Prospectus. This card is not an offer of Notes. You can opt out of receiving information about future ANZ offers and other ANZ promotional material by calling the ANZ Information Line. ®Registered to BPAY Pty Ltd ABN 69 079 137 518.

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