Annual Review 2015




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Full reconciliations between statutory net profit and cash earnings are included on pages 5–8 of the 2015 Full Year Results Announcement. Page 4 of the 2015 Full Year Results Announcement contains a description of each non-cash earnings item for September 2015 and for the prior comparative periods.

50 Included within discontinued operations are the post-tax profit/loss of GWB and the post-tax gain/loss recognised on the disposal of the assets relating to GWB. Refer to page 95 of the 2015 Full Year Results Announcement for further details on discontinued operations.

51 Earnings per share is restated for prior periods by adjusting the weighted average number of ordinary shares in order to incorporate the bonus element in the 2015 rights issue, as per AASB 133.

52 Information is presented on a continuing operations basis including prior period restatements. Refer to Glossary of terms on page 53 for definition of continuing operations and discontinued operations.

53 NAB Group non-financial performance table data is described in detail in our 2015 Dig Deeper report available at nabgroup.com/annualreports. All figures are for the NAB Group as at 30 September, unless otherwise stated.

54 Information is presented on a continuing operations basis. Prior periods have not been restated. Refer to Glossary of terms on page 53 for definition of continuing operations and discontinued operations.

55 Source: Roy Morgan Research 6 month moving AFI advocacy, DBM (BFSM) 6 month moving AFI advocacy. Priority Segments Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a simple average of the NPS scores of four priority segments: Mortgage Customers, Micro (<$1m) business, Small ($1m-<$5m) business and Medium ($5m-<$50m) business. Net Promoter, Net Promoter Score and NPS are registered trademarks of Bain & Company Inc., Satmetrix Systems Inc. and Fred Reichheld.

56 Includes retail agencies, agribusiness branches, and private banking suites.

57 Delivered in partnership with Good Shepherd Microfinance. Cumulative data has been collected since 2005. Minor restatements have been made to historical data to reflect the number of StepUP loans drawn down, as opposed to number of StepUP loans approved.

58 ‘Speak Up, Step Up’ (SUSU) survey conducted by Right Management in May 2015. The Right Model (E8) measures employee’s commitment, advocacy, satisfaction and pride in both their job (four questions) and in the organisation (four questions). Employees need to answer favourably to all eight items to be considered “engaged”. Prior to 2014, a different methodology to calculate engagement was used and figures are not directly comparable. Information on historical data can be found in our 2015 Dig Deeper report available at nabgroup.com/annualreports.

59 Code of Conduct breaches represent confirmed breaches managed through our Workplace Relations team. These breaches include categories such as conflicts of interest, privacy and confidentiality, legal and regulatory compliance (including discrimination and corruption) or issues such as inappropriate workplace behaviour or conduct inconsistent with NAB’s values. Figures reported on our website prior to 2015 are not directly comparable due to changes in the data capture process.

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60 60 Data is based on permanent population only (excludes external employees such as casual employees and contractors).

61 Executive management positions (also known as senior executive positions) are those held by Executive Leadership Team members, Executive Leadership Team members’ direct reports and their direct reports. Support roles reporting in to these roles (for example, Executive Manager and Executive Assistant) are not included in the data.

62 Total number of employees aged 50 and over as a percentage of headcount.

N/A = Not previously reported.



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63 Number of all employees who exited NAB each year, as a percentage of the average permanent headcount for each respective year.

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64 Number of all employees who voluntarily exited NAB each year, as a percentage of the average permanent headcount for each respective year.

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65 The percentage of employees recognised as high performing during their 2014 performance review that remain employed at 30 September 2015.

66 Absenteeism represents the total number of unscheduled absence days divided by the average number of full time equivalent employees (excluding casual employees). Past results have been revised upwards due to additional absences being recorded after the reporting period has ended. Current year results are also likely to be revised as additional absences are recorded in our system. Any updates will be reflected in future reporting.

67 Volunteer hours calculated by multiplying total completed number of days by 7.75. Cumulative data has been collected since 2002.

68 Consolidated Scope 1, Scope 2 and selected Scope 3 GHG emissions (accounting for renewable electricity purchased in the UK) are for the environmental reporting year of 1 July - 30 June. Figures have been restated for the 2013 and 2014 environmental reporting years due to a reclassification of some organic waste to landfill in NZ. See our 2015 Dig Deeper report and 2015 Group Environmental Performance Summary for further information.

69 Supply chain data is as at 31 August 2015. 2013 was measured at an Australian and New Zealand region level and is not comparable to other periods disclosed. For the definitions of material supplier across the NAB Group, please refer to our 2015 Dig Deeper report available at nabgroup.com/annualreports.

70 Refer to ‘Glossary of terms’ on page 53 for definitions of the financial metrics.

71 Information is presented on a continuing operations basis including prior period restatements. Refer to Glossary of terms on page 53 for definition of continuing operations and discontinued operations.

72 Australian Banking includes the Australian banking operations, offshore branches and New Zealand markets operations.

73 Corporate Functions & Other includes Group Funding, NAB UK Commercial Real Estate, specified items, other supporting units and the results of Specialised Group Assets. Specified items are detailed on page 20 of the 2015 Full Year Results Announcement.

74 If there are any changes to these dates, the Australian Securities Exchange Limited will be notified accordingly.
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