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Westpac Banking Corporation (ASX WBC)

Westpac is an Australian company founded in 1817 by the establishment of the bank of New South Wales. WBC is an Australian major Banking and Financial institution and operates in Australia and New Zealand. The company headquarters are in Sydney Australia and it's shares trade publicly on the ASX. Notable brands include Westpac, St. George, BankSA, Bank of Melbourne and RAMS.


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Featuring answers to some of the most frequent questions asked by investors about Westpac Banking Corporation
Dividends
Does Westpac (WBC) pay dividends?
Yes, Westpac (WBC) has a history of paying dividends.
Company History
Does Westpac own St. George?
Yes, the merger between Westpac and St.George was implemented on 1 December 2008.
Dividends
When does Westpac (WBC) pay dividends?
WBC's dividend payment history shows an interim dividend in June and a final dividend in December.
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Where can I buy Westpac (WBC) shares?
An individual can buy and sell shares with the assistance of a broker who is licensed to trade on the ASX (Australian Securities Exchange).

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Westpac Banking Corporation (ASX:WBC) is an Australian publicly listed company that trades on the Australian Stock Exchange. The company's stock code is WBC. Livewire Markets has 142 experts who have published 659 articles that have featured Westpac Banking Corporation. You can view all those wires here. The last time time WBC was featured was on the 10 April 2024 by Hans Lee in the wire “2 ASX sectors and a stock that no longer deserve their "dividend darling" reputations”. Get the latest WBC share price and other key information like WBC Financials on Market Index.