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ANZ’s entry into the Pacific region dates back to December 16, 1880 when the Union Bank of Australia (est.1837) opened a branch in the old capital of Fiji, Levuka.
ANZ is the leading bank for Retail and Institutional customers in Fiji with approximately 43% (as of December 2012) market share across all segments (60% in Institutional), clearly the market leader in Fiji.
ANZ offers full banking services to customers in Fiji including retail and business accounts and is also the provider of Rural Banking services, with teams providing regular face-to-face banking services to more than 470 communities and schools.
ANZ's Signature Priority Banking is a tailored service offering for its affluent and emerging affluent customers in Fiji with banking suites located in Nadi and Suva.
ANZ also operates a single shared service centre for the Pacific in Suva, Fiji. The 'hub' provides back office support to ANZ’s businesses in the Pacific and Asia, through services including reconciliations, trade, international payments, credit assessment and support, finance and a call centre that provides 24 hour card and merchant support. 
Westpac Fiji: Banking for generations.
As of 2013, Westpac Fiji has been serving the Fijian community for 112 years.
While our presence in Fiji is longstanding, our role is about more than just providing banking and financial services to the country. In many cases, it's about being part of the stability and security of a sound financial system, playing an integral role in the local economy and contributing to the social and environmental well-being of the local community.
We provide personal and business banking, corporate banking, foreign trading and international services to thousands of our customers. We employ more than 488 people, operate 20 branches and have an expansive In-store Banking, ATM and EFTPOS network.
Westpac is proud of its history of innovation. Our In-store Banking model makes banking easier for remote customers by allowing merchants to provide transactional banking services without requiring them to travel to a branch, while our mobile banking technology brings on-the-go banking convenience to thousands of Fijians.
We're also committed to supporting Fiji communities in areas outside of banking and financial services. Westpac Fiji runs hundreds of free Financial Education workshops each year, while our Westpac Women’s Education Grants and Westpac Women in Business Awards helps ensure Fiji's wider economic prosperity by empowering local women to further their educations and careers.
For more information on Westpac, please visit: www.westpac.com.fj
Bank South Pacific (BSP)
BSP, the leading bank of the South Pacific, began operations in Fiji in December 2006. Three years later, BSP acquired the Colonial Fiji Group which brought with it a large branch network with representation throughout Fiji. BSP’s agency relationship with Post Fiji extends its reach to give it the largest retail network.   In addition to this, BSP have the largest network of ATM and EFTPOS terminals in the country. BSP Online Internet Banking positions BSP as the most advanced bank in Fiji. 
On the back of a strong retail market share, BSP has been growing in leaps and bounds in the business and international sectors. 
We prioritise service delivery and offer tailor made banking solutions to suit any business or personal needs.
For more information on BSP Fiji, please visit: www.bsp.com.pg/fiji/fiji_islands.htm
Bank of Baroda
Bank of Baroda started its operations in Fiji on 5th July 1961 with Suva Branch. Second branch opened in Lautoka in year 1963.The major development took place in the year 1966.Five agencies were opened in this year. Later on four agencies were converted into full-fledged branches. After span of five years, Labasa branch was opened in Vanua Levu and one more agency opened in Nausori. Now, they have Fiji Wide presence with a Network of eight fully Computerized Branches and one territory office. There is a full-fledged Training Center at Suva for development of our Staff to meet new challenges and copes up with technological development.
For more information on Bank of Baroda, please visit: www.bankofbaroda-fiji.com  
BRED Bank is a French bank which opened its doors in the capital of Fiji on 3rd November, 2012. BRED Bank is locally incorporated and a subsidiary of Campagnie Financiere de la BRED formed in ninety one years ago and currently has a capital base of nine hundred and eighty seven million dollars. BRED Bank offers a whole range of products and services, competitive interest rates and housing loan incentives, subsidization of costs and special service for elderly citizens. At present Bred Bank only has one branch in Fiji however; the bank is now implementing its plans to expand by opening branches in Nausori, Nakasi, Nadi, Lautoka and Ba.
For further information on BRED Bank, please visit: www.bred.com.fj
Reserve Bank of Fiji
The functions, powers, and responsibilities of the Bank are specified in the Reserve Bank of Fiji Act, 1983 are as follows:
          To regulate the issue of currency, and the supply, availability and international exchange of money;
          To promote monetary stability;
          To promote a sound financial structure; and
          To foster credit and exchange conditions conducive to the orderly and balanced economic development of the country.
The Bank has six groups Economics, Financial Markets, Financial Institutions, Currency and Corporate Services and Financial System Development and Compliance. The key roles of each group are:-
Executive Services Group
The core functions of the Executive Services Group are to provide strategic leadership and management, deliver statutory and functional responsibilities and enhance national and international working relationship and liaison. The Group’s other functions include Board Secretariat Services, publications and corporate communication.
Economics Group
The Economics Group conducts economic analysis and provides policy advice on the formulation of monetary policy. The Group's core functions also include the preparation and analysis of monetary and economic forecasts and the production and issue of economic publications.
Financial Markets Group
The Financial Markets Group has primary responsibility for monetary policy implementation, registry and banking services, foreign reserves management and exchange control. The Group ensures that the country's foreign reserves are managed within the parameters of safety, liquidity and profitability.
Financial Institutions Group
The Financial Institutions Group's major functions are to supervise the financial system by licensing, formulating and implementing prudential policy guidelines for financial institutions. The Group's other functions include the development and strengthening of institutional infrastructure to prevent money-laundering activities.
Currency and Corporate Services Group
The Currency and Corporate Services Group is primarily responsible for ensuring the issue of an adequate supply of quality currency. The Group is also responsible for all the Bank's internal services, including: accounts and financial reporting; human resources; information technology; plant and properties; security; records management; corporate projects; library and general administration.
Financial Systems Development and Compliance Group
The Financial Systems Development and Compliance Group's role is a development and monitoring one in the areas of microfinance, financial institutions complaints, fees and charges, remittances, demonopolisation of Fiji National Provident Fund, Local Advisory Boards for commercial banks, small medium enterprises, rural banking and financial literacy.
For more information on the Reserve Bank of Fiji, please visit: www.rbf.gov.fj
Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ANZ)