VICTORIA’s Financial Ombudsman is relocating to a new $300 million office where it can keep an eye on the country’s biggest financiers.
The government arm will follow the ANZ, Bendigo Bank and National Australia Bank from the CBD to Docklands, leasing about 4,000 square metres of space at the unique 717 Bourke Street building, overlooking Etihad Stadium.
Sources say the Ombudsman will join insurer Chartis, the new name for AIG, which is believed to have taken about 6,000 square metres at the 37,000 square metre office, due for completion mid next year. Chartis will relocate from a St Kilda Road building it owns, sources say.
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