Nationwide Australia Financial institution closes all branches and affiliated workplaces due to Reuters “safety menace”

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: The National Australia Bank logo is displayed outside its corporate headquarters in central Sydney

(Reuters) – National Australia Bank (OTC 🙂 announced Wednesday that it would temporarily close all branches and affiliated offices due to a “physical security threat” but did not provide any further details.

Australia’s second largest lender said it was working with the police and would issue an update later.

“As always, the safety of our customers and colleagues is our priority,” NAB said in a statement.

NAB has over 600 offices across Australia.

It added that internet and mobile banking would continue to work as usual.

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