Success stories and case studies
Chinese banks choose NSW
The top five Chinese banks all set up their Australian headquarters in Sydney. The NSW Government provides assistance to financial institutions considering investing in Sydney, the financial capital of Australia.
With the help of the NSW Government, Norco expanded its ice cream production facilities to grow domestic and export markets for manufactured dairy products. The department also worked with Norco on its market entry strategy for China.
Winner of the 2009 NSW Exporter of the Year award, MSM Milling employs 40 people in a $17 million processing and packaging plant. The NSW Government has worked closely with MSM Milling, connecting it with export opportunities and with introductions to potential partners.
The largest private commercial bank from Qatar chose Sydney for its Australian office. The department assisted with advice on investment opportunities and introductions to NSW Government officials.
The NSW Government connected SMA - the world's largest manufacturer of inverters for solar power systems. with the Parliamentary Secretary for Renewable Energy.
Indian banks choose Sydney
All four Indian banks with a presence in Australia chose Sydney for their headquarters. The NSW Government provides assistance to financial institutions considering investing in Sydney, the financial capital of Australia.