Partners in building a sustainable future
Partnering with corporates, institutions and governments
Leading the way in Australian infrastructure
We're the leading financier to Australian PPP infrastructure projects under construction. We're also backing nation-building infrastructure and in the last five years we've helped deliver:
- $55bn worth of capital investment to create
- 424km of improved roads, as well as
- 84km of metro rail infrastructure
- 725 passenger train carriages and
- 2,984 hospital beds.
Our industry-leading experts partner with Australia’s most dynamic organisations to finance private infrastructure, from ports to airports, major toll roads and telecommunications networks.
Powering the switch to renewables
We're the leading bank to Australian greenfield renewable energy projects. In the last five years, we've helped deliver:
- $8BN worth of capital investment
- Across 24 new projects
- That’s enough to power 2.7 million homes when completed.
Lending to renewable solutions has now hit a landmark 80% of our total electricity generation funding in Australia.
Building tomorrow’s sustainable world today
We’re helping to drive Australia and New Zealand's transition to a more sustainable, resilient and inclusive future. In the last 12 months we've helped our clients to build a better tomorrow with a growing number of landmark transactions to support their environmental and social goals through:
- 33 sustainable finance transactions globally
- Valued at $50BN
- Including leading the first two Sustainability-Linked Bonds in the Australian market.
Sustainable future insights in Westpac IQ
Things you should know
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