--> -->
March 15, 2018

Bank of us home loan rates benefit all Tasmanians.

As Tasmanian’s only customer owned bank, Bank of us doesn’t answer to shareholders and profits are reinvested to benefit customers and the wider community said CEO Paul Ranson. “That means we can offer better products, services and more competitive rates.” “We understand that it can be hard for buyers to get a foot in the market, so we tailored our FlexiDiscount…
Read article
February 13, 2018

Bank of us all set for
New Payments Platform

Bank of us customers are among the first to benefit from the New Payments Platform (NPP). The launch of the New Payments Platform – the advanced payments infrastructure that has been built by the Australian banking industry that enables cash to be transferred between accounts at different financial institutions instantly – is a remarkable milestone in Australia’s payment…
Read article
December 12, 2017

State’s Residential Property on Rise

Tasmania’s property surge over the past 12 months – greater than all states except Victoria – has been welcomed by TCCI'S Tasmania Report partner, Bank of us. Bank of us Chief Executive Officer, and TCCI Board member, Paul Ranson said for most of the past 20 years, Tasmania’s residential property market has been less vibrant than other states and territories. “In…
Read article
December 01, 2017

Bank of us welcomes Royal Commission announcement

“Bank of us welcomes a Royal commission and believe that its focus should be on the vertically integrated, listed model, with its shareholder focus and dominant market power,” said Mr Ranson. “We don’t have the problems of our listed competitors. As Tasmania’s only customer owned bank we are fundamentally different to the listed banks because our customers are our owners.…
Read article
November 15, 2017

The New Payments Platform

The NPP will be the payments infrastructure that enables faster and more flexible payments, allowing payments to occur in real-time. There are four key benefits of the NPP. It will enable consumers to: Make payments in real time, with access to funds almost immediately. Make and receive payments outside normal banking hours. Send information…
Read article

Our free online newsletter is sent monthly to registered Bank of us customers.

Subscribe to monthly eNews now:

Our latest eNewsletters:

To make sure you're receiving your monthly eNews straight to your inbox, add info@bankofus.com.au to your address book or contacts list.