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50 years and still going strong
A lot’s changed since we opened in 1966, but our commitment to supporting the Australian education sector remains stronger than ever.
At Teachers Mutual Bank we have been helping members make the most of their money and their careers since 1966. With over 174,000 members and more than $5.3 billion in assets we are dedicated to providing financial products and services exclusively for teachers, their families and employees in the education sector.
At Teachers Mutual Bank we exist for the mutual benefit of our members, which means everything we do is to ensure you, our members, have a brighter future.
Back in 1966 Teachers Credit Union was established by teachers, for teachers. Since our humble beginnings, we've grown from 29 members and $644 in deposits, to over 174,000 members and more than $5.3 billion in assets. Not bad when you think that our very first meetings were held in a tennis shed!
Chief Executive Officer
Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Company Secretary
Chief Risk Officer (AML/CTF Officer)
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Sales and Marketing Officer
Chief Operations Officer
Chief Human Resources Officer
Chief Information Officer
I love working at Teachers Mutual Bank, they genuinely care about their staff.
We believe it is teachers who make communities stronger and futures brighter.
Sustainability isn’t just part of our business, it’s how we do business. We believe sustainability should influence every aspect of our planning, programming and implementation. We are committed to creating a better world for our members, the teaching community, the planet and the people on it.
We started our journey with a foundation based on partnership, education, strength, commitment, integrity and sustainability. Over time, our journey has seen us through changes in the banking industry and we’ve responded by becoming braver, bolder and more competitive – but our core beliefs have never wavered.
Instead, those beliefs have taken a new shape, a set of concrete values. Three words embracing what we have always stood for and what we truly believe. Advocacy. Passion. Sustainability.
We aim to be everything you want in a bank, every time. We will be there for you at every step of your financial journey, helping you make the most of every dollar you earn and supporting you to reach your financial goals sooner. We are proud to offer products and services that have been carefully designed to be relevant for teachers. Because in the end, we know that if we do things right by you, you’ll probably let others know.
We are passionate about being the best of the best – and putting you first in everything we do. You can sense that passion when you talk to us, no matter whether it’s face-to-face or over the phone. We’re a team of extremely committed people eager to deliver exceptional service and products for teachers, their families and employees in the education sector.
We are 100% committed to doing what’s right – that extends from how we run our business and how we relate to our members to how we treat the environment. Whether it’s employing skilled, ethical staff, delivering product innovations or through initiatives to help the community, schools and environment, we’re absolutely focused on providing a better future for our members and the wider community.
Back in 1966 Teachers Credit Union was established by teachers, for teachers.
Our success was born out of a dream and a vision to give teachers and their families better financial options.
Australia Day Public Holiday [19 January 2017]
Fraud Alert [19 January 2017]
Fraud alert: binary trading [21 December 2016]
New office for members in Parramatta [20 December 2016]
Christmas, Boxing and New Year’s Day [15 December 2016]
Stay secure this Christmas: Beware of phone and ‘tech support’ scams this holiday season [12 December 2016]
2016 Annual General Meeting Video Recording [29 November 2016]
World Teachers Day [27 October 2016]
2016 Teachers Mutual Bank Limited Annual General Meeting [14 October 2016]
Top tips to be cyber safe at Stay Smart Online Week 2016 [11 October 2016]
Update on roadworks impacting access to the Homebush office [28 September 2016]
Labour Day public holiday for NSW and ACT [27 September 2016]
Vote in our 2016 election [20 September 2016]
Hamilton office closure due to power outage [15 September 2016]
Update on roadworks impacting access to the Homebush office [8 September 2016]
Apple iPhone & iPad users urged to update iOS operating system [31 August 2016]
Roadworks impacting access to the Homebush office [17 August 2016]
Teachers Mutual Bank cut variable rates for home owners [16 August 2016]
The latest Reserve Bank interest rate changes [3 August 2016]
2016 AGM and Election information [2 August 2016]
NSW & ACT Bank Holiday [28 July 2016]
Teachers Mutual Bank recognised for high level of customer satisfaction [7 July 2016]
Queen’s Birthday public holiday [6 June 2016]
Changes to investment home lending [24 May 2016]
Home loan interest rate changes [12 May 2016]
The latest Reserve Bank interest rate changes [4 May 2016]
Visa cardholders duplicate transactions [19 April 2016]
ANZAC Day public holiday [19 April 2016]
Warning: Be aware of hoax email circulating [22 March 2016]
Easter public holiday opening hours [22 March 2016]
Malware affecting some Android users [11 March 2016]
Beware of phone and ‘tech support’ scams [7 March 2016]
Notification of change to incoming overseas money transfer details [3 March 2016]
Interest rate changes to Fixed Home Loans and My First Home Loan [1 March 2016]
Teachers Mutual Bank plan to merge with Fire Brigade Employee Credit Union [1 March 2016]
Australia day public holiday [19 January 2016]
Microsoft no longer supporting older versions of Internet Explorer [12 January 2016]
Christmas, Boxing and New Year’s Day [15 December 2015]
Vigil Fraud Bureau Alert - telephone scam [10 December 2015]
Changes to Variable home loan interest rates [8 December 2015]
View our 2015 AGM on demand [24 November 2015]
View our AGM live on Saturday 21 November [24 November 2015]
Changes to investor home loans [2 November 2015]
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Teachers Mutual Bank Limited's Board, Management and Members Committee are committed to a high standard of corporate governance.
Teachers Mutual Bank Limited is an Authorised Deposit Taking Institution (ADI) regulated under the:
We comply with the same credit, fair-trading and conduct laws and rules imposed on banks by states, territories and the Federal Government.
The Teachers Mutual Bank Limited Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at 10.00am (AEST) on Saturday 19 November at Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club, 20-26 Canterbury Road, Hurlstone Park, NSW 2193. Details of the meeting are outlined in the Notice of Teachers Mutual Bank Limited AGM and Business Papers mailed to eligible voting members on 12 October 2016.
Read the 2015 Annual General Meeting Minutes
If you are attending the AGM please RSVP by Thursday 10 November by one of the following ways:
Get directions to the venue.
If you are unable to attend the AGM in person, you can view the event live and on demand, using the webcast login link provided.
If you have misplaced your proxy form, please contact the AGM Returning Officer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 8234 5386.
Meet our Board of Directors, Management, and Members Committee.
If you have considered playing a leadership role at Teachers Mutual Bank by serving on the board as an elected Director, there are a number of important steps to take into consideration, one of which is requesting a Nominations Pack.
The structure and composition of our members committee is outlined in the Teachers Mutual Bank constitution.
The Audit Committee plays a key role in assisting the Board to fulfil its corporate governance and oversight responsibilities, particularly in relation to financial reporting, internal audit and external audit.
The Committee provides assistance to the Board in fulfilling its responsibilities in terms of corporate governance practices, risk management and the quality and integrity of reporting
At Teachers Mutual Bank we’re all members of the same team. Whether it’s your first job, you’re returning to work or you’re at the peak of your professional career; it’s about making a difference to our members’ lives, the teaching community and the environment.
Our culture is clearly defined by education. Our employees are encouraged and supported to further their education, develop a career path and maintain a healthy work/life balance.
Our members, community and employees embrace the mutual bank core values of passion, advocacy and sustainability. If this sounds like you, then we’d love to hear from you.
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Teachers Mutual Bank welcomes media enquiries and is happy to assist journalists with information about us or to comment on industry issues.
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Over 4.5 million Australians are members of mutual banks, credit unions and building societies. We have worked closely with Customer Owned Banking Association (COBA), to develop the Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice.
The Code is an important public statement of the value we place on improving the financial wellbeing of our members and the education community. It reinforces our commitment to:
The Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice is how we deliver on our guarantee to serve our members first. Our 10 key promises to you outline how we do this.
You can download the complete Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice or you can request a copy to be mailed to you.
We regularly provide detailed financial and sustainability related information, as well as prudential disclosures.