One for All

The new One for All account is part of the Bank’s strategy to deliver on its brand promise to be the Bank of the community said CEO Paul Ranson.

We care about the community we do business in, and over the year’s we’ve been able to support many of Tasmania’s leading events, and contribute to local community groups, sporting clubs and charity organisations,” Bank of us CEO Paul Ranson said.

“When we launched Bank of us over 18 months ago, we took the opportunity to take stock of our overall sponsorship activity investment. We wanted to make sure that our community financial contributions were going to the causes that our customers are passionate about. And that’s why we’ve developed the One for All account.”

Mr Ranson said when a customer opens a One for All account, they nominate to support one of the Recipient Community Organisations registered with Bank of us.

“At the end of each financial year, Bank of us will contribute 1 % of the average daily balance of each One for All account linked to the Recipient Community Organisation.

“We’re really pleased to already have some great Tasmanian community organisations registered with us, including Live Well Tasmania and the Story Island Project, with more to be confirmed soon.”

Mr Ranson said that if a customer chooses not to nominate an organisation from our list, the account will be linked to its community initiative, the Bank of useful ideas.

The Bank of useful ideas was recently launched in Burnie and will support vibrant, productive and self-sustaining communities by helping Tasmanians to bring their ideas to life through financial support, mentoring and networking. 

Customers can open a One for All account online or at any Bank of us Retail Store. Interested Community Organisations can find out more information at