OnePath is one of Australia’s leading providers of wealth, insurance and advice solutions. We have been helping Australians grow and protect their wealth for over 130 years, previously as Mercantile Mutual and more recently as ING Australia.
Now as a wholly owned subsidiary of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ), OnePath operates as part of ANZ’s specialist wealth business. ANZ is a leading global and local bank with operations in more than 32 countries including Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the Pacific, the Middle East, Europe and America. ANZ provides products and services to more than 8 million retail customers worldwide and employs over 48,000 people.
OnePath has a comprehensive range of wealth and insurance products available through financial advisers or direct to customers making it easier for you to find the solution that best suits your needs.
At OnePath we value and appreciate our customers, our staff and the communities we operate in. We are committed to acting with the highest standards and to meeting our corporate responsibilities. We also encourage and support staff involvement in volunteering and charitable activities supporting the wider community.
OnePath actively participates in forums looking at regulatory and industry change. We also regularly review and conduct research to ensure we are attuned to changing customer and market needs.
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) is the prudential regulator of the Australian financial services industry. APRA establish and enforce prudential standards and practices on the institutions it supervises in order to protect the financial interests of the Australian community.
The Capital Adequacy Prudential Standards (LPS 110 and GPS 110) require an insurance company to maintain adequate capital against the risks associated with its activities. A key feature of the standards is also a requirement that the insurer make certain public disclosures about its capital adequacy position.
The following information has been prepared for the purpose of satisfying these requirements and to improve the understanding of policy owners and other market participants of each company’s capital adequacy (71kb PDF).