Bank of Queensland Limited

Bank of Queensland Limited (the Bank) is engaged in the provision of financial services to the community.

The Bank opened four branches and closed 16 branches during the fiscal year ended August 31, 2009, to bring total branches to 256 as of August 31, 2009. Of these 256 branches, 104 are located outside Queensland.

The Bank has converted 15 corporate branches to owner managed branches during fiscal 2009. The Bank has converted 39 corporate branches to owner-managed branch (OMBs).

In July 2010, CIT Group Inc. sold its Australian and New Zealand Vendor Finance business to Bank of Queensland Limited.

In July 2010, Bank of Queensland Limited completed the purchase of St Andrew’s Insurance (Australia) Pty Ltd. and St Andrew’s Life Insurance Pty Ltd.

In July 2010, Bank of Queensland Limited acquired CIT Group (Australia) Limited and CIT Group (New Zealand) Limited.

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Stock Watch / by - 2 months ago

BHP on track for $40

08 Oct 2018 - Fairmont Equities managing director Michael Gable takes a technical look at BHP Billiton, South32, Magellan Financial Group, Bank of Queensland and AGL Energy.

Stock Watch / by - 5 months ago

IPOs to watch & who's reducing divs

25 Jun 2018 - Shaw and Partners, Senior Investment Adviser Adam Dawes talks what's impacting markets, companies that are likely to reduce dividends and what IPOs to watch.

Stock Watch / by - 7 months ago

Xero closes in on my price target

23 Apr 2018 - Fairmont Equities managing director Michael Gable takes a technical look at Xero, Independence Group, Sandfire Resources, Bank of Queensland and Australis Oil & Gas.

Market Reports / by Rachael Jones - 7 months ago

Market Wrap: Flat day for ASX

17 Apr 2018 - The Australian share market closed flat today. At the closing bell the S&P/ASX 200 index closed 0.2 points higher to finish at 5,842. For the sectors Telcos were the …

Stock Watch / by - 8 months ago

BOQ to fall into the dividend

19 Mar 2018 - Fairmont Equities managing director Michael Gable takes a technical look at Bank of Queensland, Ramelius Resources, Clinuvel Pharmaceuticals, SG Fleet Group, Sandfire…