Fossil fuels – where does your bank stand?

We’ve created the table below to help you find out which banks do and don’t have a record of funding fossil fuels. Use it to compare the fossil fuel investment positions of over 120 banks, credit unions and building societies.

Each institution is sorted into categories clearly defining those that fund fossil fuels and those with no recent record of funding the industry. Importantly, you can take action and contact every single bank, credit union and building society listed.

To find out more about how this bank comparison table and our research was compiled read this background. Our how to switch banks page also provides handy step-by-step materials to help you switch banks.

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NameAmount loaned since 2016PositionTake Action
Banks funding fossil fuels
AMP $530mloaned to fossil fuels since 2016. AMP (via AMP Capital Investors) also holds more than $1 billion of shares in numerous coal, oil and gas companies, including Whitehaven Coal, Woodside Petroleum and ExxonMobil (shareholdings current as of latest filing date reported by financial data provider Refinitiv Eikon in June 2020).Tell them to stop
ANZ$10,843mloaned to fossil fuels globally since 2016Put them on notice
Tell them to stop
Bank of China$5,258mloaned to fossil fuels in Australia since 2016Tell them to stop
Bank of Queensland$31m "financing to companies directly involved in fossil fuel mining" (as at 31 August 2019). See 'All Banks A-Z' for more info.
Put them on notice
Tell them to stop
Citi$1,439mloaned to fossil fuels since 2016Tell them to stop
Commonwealth Bank$12,059mloaned to fossil fuels globally since 2016Put them on notice
Tell them to stop
HSBC$1,375mloaned to fossil fuels in Australia since 2016Tell them to stop
ING$722mloaned to fossil fuels in Australia since 2016Tell them to stop
Macquarie$5,026mloaned to fossil fuels globally since 2016. Macquarie (via Macquarie Investment Management and other subsidiaries) also holds more than $2.5 billion of shares in numerous coal, oil and gas companies, including Peabody Energy Corp, BP, Chevron and Shell (shareholdings current as of latest filing date reported by financial data provider Refinitiv Eikon in June 2020).Tell them to stop
National Australia Bank$7,274mLoaned to fossil fuels globally since 2016Put them on notice
Tell them to stop
Westpac$5,396mloaned to fossil fuels globally since 2016Put them on notice
Tell them to stop
Banks owned by those funding fossil fuels
Bank of MelbourneN/AOwned by Westpac which lends to fossil fuelsTell owners to stop
BankSAN/AOwned by Westpac which lends to fossil fuelsTell owners to stop
BankwestN/AOwned by Commonwealth Bank which lends to fossil fuelsTell owners to stop
RAMSN/AOwned by Westpac which lends to fossil fuelsTell owners to stop
St GeorgeN/AOwned by Westpac which lends to fossil fuelsTell owners to stop
UBankN/AOwned by National Australia Bank which lends to fossil fuelsTell owners to stop