Teachers Mutual Bank is supporting National Cyber Security Awareness Week.
We will reduce all our variable home loan rates by 0.25%, to take effect from 1 June for existing borrowers, and from 20 May for new borrowers.
We will be upgrading our banking system on the weekend of 25 and 26 May.
We aim to price our products competitively against the four major banks to ensure our members experience the mutual benefit of banking with their ‘own’ bank – Teachers Mutual Bank.
Teachers Mutual Bank has detected a hoax email that has recently been circulated to some of our members, bearing our logo and other authentic-looking hallmarks.
Our offices will be closed on Thursday 25 April 2013 for Anzac Day public holiday.
Recently the Australian Federal Government passed changes to the Unclaimed Monies Act that will impact upon some of our Members.
Teachers Mutual Bank is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced Director to join its Board.
Since the Global Financial Crisis, there has been a reduction in competition in the banking sector to the detriment of consumers.
Our offices will be closed on Friday 29 March and Monday 1 April 2013 for the Easter public holidays.
There are currently some technical issues affecting our online banking services and members may be experiencing intermittent difficulties with internet and mobile banking.
Essential maintenance is being carried out on our card transaction system between 4am and 6am on Tuesday 19 March.
Following a brief service interruption last Saturday 9 March, we will be carrying out essential work on our card transaction system between 2am and 6am on Thursday 14 March.
NSW Fair Trading Commissioner Rod Stowe is warning consumers across the state about phishing scams designed to trick people into believing they have been contacted by banks or other financial institutions.
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) has replaced the Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Code of Conduct with a new ePayments Code.
Western Australia Regional office will be closed on Monday, 4 March 2013 due to Labour Day public holiday.
Hands up anyone who thinks the big banks have too much power, and are stifling competition in the Australian marketplace?
Teachers Mutual Bank is committed to supporting members in Queensland and northern NSW experiencing financial difficulties as a result of the floods, where a state of emergency has been declared.
Our offices and Contact Centre will be closed on Monday 28 January 2013 for the Australia Day public holiday.
If you’re in the market for a new car, you might have noticed that a number of car dealers or manufacturers are currently offering low or no interest car loans.