Commonwealth Bank of Australia has a total of 65 patents globally, out of which 12 have been granted. Of these 65 patents, more than 33% patents are active. Australia is where Commonwealth Bank of Australia has filed the maximum number of patents, followed by New Zealand and United States of America, it has generated an annual revenue of $21.58 billion in the year 2020. Parallelly, Australia seems to be the main focused R&D center and is also the origin country of Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia was founded in 1911 by King O’Malley and Andrew Fisher. Company is doing business in personal banking, business solutions, institutional banking, and company information. As of January 2022, Commonwealth Bank of Australia has a market cap of $27.65 Billion.
Do read about some of the most popular patents of Commonwealth Bank of Australia which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s patent portfolio.
How many patents does the Founder and CEO of Commonwealth Bank of Australia have?
The Founder, King O’Malley and Andrew Fisher have 0 patents and the CEO, Matt Comyn has 0 patents.
How many patents does Commonwealth Bank of Australia have?
Commonwealth Bank of Australia has a total of 65 patents globally. These patents belong to 36 unique patent families. Out of 65 patents, 22 patents are active.
How many Commonwealth Bank of Australia patents are Alive/Dead?
How Many Patents did Commonwealth Bank of Australia File Every Year?
Are you wondering why there is a drop in patent filing for the last two years? It is because a patent application can take up to 18 months to get published. Certainly, it doesn’t suggest a decrease in the patent filing.
|Year of Patents Filing or Grant||Commonwealth Bank of Australia Applications Filed||Commonwealth Bank of Australia Patents Granted|
How Many Patents did Commonwealth Bank of Australia File in Different Countries?
Countries in which Commonwealth Bank of Australia Filed Patents
|United States Of America||4|
Where are Research Centers of Commonwealth Bank of Australia Patents Located?
10 Best Commonwealth Bank of Australia Patents
WO2002042952A1 is the most popular patent in the Commonwealth Bank of Australia portfolio. It has received 75 citations so far from companies like Microsoft, Bank Of America Corporation and Island Intellectual Property.
Below is the list of 10 most cited patents of AmerisourceBergen:
|Publication Number||Citation Count|
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia is committed to investing in innovation in order to provide exciting customer experiences. CommBank, Australia’s largest digital bank, is always evolving and seeking out new and creative solutions.
One method the bank does this is through its open platform, ‘Unleashing Innovation,’ which allows workers to submit new ideas, discuss proposals for continuous development, and engage with one another to promote innovation and improvement of the bank’s products, processes, systems, and services.
List of Commonwealth Bank of Australia Patents?
|Commonwealth Bank of Australia Patents||Title|
|NZ721740A||Systems, devices, and methods for interactions with an account|
|US11023964B2||Systems, devices, and methods for interactions with an account|
|NZ776479A||Systems, devices, and methods for interactions with an account|
|AU2020904086P0||Systems and methods for reducing unwarranted transaction refusals|
|AU2018285366A1||Systems and methods for business application aggregation|
|HK1255058A||Systems, devices, and methods for interactions with an account|
|EP3317840A4||Systems, devices, and methods for interactions with an account|
|WO2018231075A1||Systems and methods for business application aggregation|
|AU2018904697P0||A method and system for electronic escrow for goods or services|
|WO2018218297A1||Physical access control systems and methods|
|AU2018903180P0||Biometric system and method|
|ID201807536A||System, device, and methods to interact with an account|
|IN201827003693A||Systems devices and methods for interactions with an account|
|VN57451A||System, equipment, and methodology in accordance with accounts|
|CN107949861A||Systems, devices, and methods for interactions with an account|
|AU2016288631A1||Systems, devices, and methods for interactions with an account|
|AU2017213565A1||Transaction and transaction processing systems and methods|
|AU2017902107P0||Physical access control systems and methods|
|EP2984561A4||Dynamically loadable composite software application|
|WO2017003304A1||Systems, devices, and methods for interactions with an account|
|CA3028607A1||Systems, devices, and methods for interactions with an account|
|US9513936B2||Dynamically loadable composite software application|
|AU201614311S||Self-service biometric kiosk|
|AU2015100350A4||Payment authorisation method and system|
|AU2015100350B4||Payment authorisation method and system|
|AU2012244214B2||Remote device authentication system and method|
|NZ624154B||Remote device authentication system and method|
|AU2014252710A1||Dynamically loadable composite software application|
|NZ616055B||Payment authorisation method and system|
|US20150278811A1||Systems and Methods for Facilitating Authorisation of Payment|
|WO2014165944A1||Dynamically loadable composite software application|
|NZ714031A||Dynamically loadable composite software application|
|AU2013260701A1||Systems and methods for facilitating authorisation of payment|
|WO2014134654A1||Systems and methods for facilitating authorisation of payment|
|AU2014200433A1||A system and method for facilitating transactions relating to financial assets|
|AU2013234412A1||Payment authorisation method and system|
|AU2013205576B1||Dynamically loadable composite software application|
|AU2013101298A4||Payment authorisation method and system|
|AU2013900807P0||Method and System of Mobile Enabled Push Payments at the Point of Sale|
|AU2013900295P0||A system and method for facilitating transactions relating to financial assets|
|AU2012203123A1||Transaction and transaction processing systems and methods|
|AU2012904237P0||Payment authorisation method and system|
|AT554873T||Welding method for producing a removable trailer coupling for passenger cars|
|EP2231357B1||Welding method for the manufacture of a removable tow bar for private motor vehicles|
|AU2011904410P0||Remote device authentication system and method|
|AU2011902060P0||Transaction and transaction processing systems and methods|
|WO2010005523A3||Bastions for force protection and military applications|
|US7630989B2||Transaction management system|
|WO2009088284A1||Welding method for the manufacture of a removable tow bar for private motor vehicles|
|NL2001068C||Special welding process for the manufacture of a detachable ball rod for passenger cars.|
|AU2003229093B2||A transaction management system|
|AU2006201531A1||Entity relationship model method and system|
|CN1669038A||Transaction management system|
|WO2003098494A1||A transaction management system|
|AU2003203959A1||Financial transaction management system|
|AU2002950735P0||Transaction management system|
|AU2002PS2398P0||Transaction management system|
|AU2002PS2156P0||Financial transaction management system|
|AR015351A1||A disposal and method of distribution with authentication|