Fossil fuels – where does your bank stand?

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

The financial institutions have been sorted into categories clearly defining those that are funding fossil fuels and and those that have no current record of funding this 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 was compiled click here. Visit the Resources page to find materials that will assist you with switching banks.

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NameAmount InvestedPositionTake Action
Banks funding fossil fuels
AMP$562mAMP also holds shares in numerous coal and gas companies, including Yancoal, Origin Energy and BHP BillitonTell them to stop
ANZ$23,414mInvested in fossil fuelsPut them on notice
Tell them to stop
Bank of Queensland$31mInvested in fossil fuelsPut them on notice
Tell them to stop
Citi$3,271mInvested in fossil fuelsTell them to stop
Commonwealth Bank$20,590mInvested in fossil fuelsPut them on notice
Tell them to stop
HSBC$3,612mInvested in fossil fuelsTell them to stop
ING$857mInvested in fossil fuelsTell them to stop
Macquarie Bank$2,622mInvested in fossil fuelsTell them to stop
National Australia Bank$14,867mInvested in fossil fuelsPut them on notice
Tell them to stop
Westpac$11,613mInvested in fossil fuelsPut them on notice
Tell them to stop
Banks owned by those funding fossil fuels
Bank of MelbourneN/AOwned by Westpac which is invested in fossil fuelsTell owners to stop
BankSAN/AOwned by Westpac which is invested in fossil fuelsTell owners to stop
BankwestN/AOwned by Commonwealth Bank which is invested in fossil fuelsTell owners to stop
RAMSN/AOwned by Westpac which is invested in fossil fuelsTell owners to stop
St GeorgeN/AOwned by Westpac which is invested in fossil fuelsTell owners to stop
UBankN/AOwned by National Australia Bank which is invested in fossil fuelsTell owners to stop