ANZ offers fee waiver for fund transfer to Vanuatu

ANZ Bank has waived fees for international money transfers to Vanuatu as relief works continue following the devastation by Tropical Cyclone Pam.

The fee waiver will apply to fund transfers made before 30 April 2015 by ANZ customers in 22 countries across Australasia, Asia and the Pacific.

ANZ branches were affected by the cyclone, but the bank continues to offer limited banking services from a disaster recovery site in Port Vila as well as the Luganville branch on Vanuatu’s northern island of Espiritu Santo.

Meanwhile Bernie Poort has been appointed as the new CEO for ANZ Bank of Tonga  in Nuku’alofa.

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