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At Teachers Mutual Bank we believe it is teachers who make communities stronger and futures brighter.
We are a purpose-driven bank, ensuring that our profits do good in the world.
We lead by example and are committed to being a responsible business, as we believe it’s the way business should be run, and that it should be driven by ethics.
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.
Sustainability is one of three core business values. We have three sustainability priority areas – Being a responsible business, Investing in the teaching community and Creating a better tomorrow.
Early 2014 we were named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies Globally, we are one of only three Australian organisations to be named and one of only five banks. We are honoured to be recognised at such a level, and proud to raise the bar on ethical leadership and corporate behaviour.
"We believe sustainability is about the whole bank. It is embedded in who we are as a bank, what we do and why we do it."
“To Teachers Mutual Bank, being sustainable is in fact our core purpose, it’s not an add-on or a fashionable extra we have discovered. It’s how we define success as a business. In fact sustainability is the natural way to describe mutuality. We believe sustainability is about the whole bank. It is embedded in who we are as a bank, what we do and why we do it’ - Steve James CEO, Teachers Mutual Bank.
We know how important this is to teachers, as it reflects their values and ethics. Sustainability and being a responsible business consistently ranks highly in their criteria for satisfaction and is what they want to see from us and businesses in general – being authentic, consistent and honest in our purpose.
95% of Teachers Mutual Bank members think Sustainability should be ‘important’, and 61% stated that Sustainability should be ‘very important’ to Teachers Mutual Bank.
Download the 'Sustainability Members report - what members think about CSR’
We’re continuing to strive to live up to being an ethical and sustainable business for the good of our members.
Our credentials are externally measured in three of the world’s leading Sustainable business indices;
> A global leader in community investment for third year in a row [1 Dec 2014]
> Sustainable business at Teachers Mutual Bank [25 Nov 2014]
> TMB named finalist in Banksia award [11 Nov 2014]
> Future Teachers Scholarship is now open [6 Nov 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank’s CEO speech on sustainable business [16 Oct 2014]
> We are nominated for a NSW Green Globe award [07 Oct 2014]
> Lightning Ridge teacher plans to engage Aboriginal students with tech devices [25 Sep 2014]
> The final chapter brings a new beginning [18 Sep 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank gets in the groove [16 Sep 2014]
> The value of team work [18 Aug 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank Performing Arts Teacher Recognition Award - Heda Sherab [14 Aug 2014]
> Round two eco-grants awarded from the Teachers Environment Fund [05 Aug 2014]
> Carbon neutral banking [28 Jul 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank School Sport Award Winner - Jeff Buxton Weston Public School [15 Jul 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank School Sport Award Winner - Susan Brasier of Sturt Public School [10 Jul 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank Performing Arts Teacher Recognition Award [10 Jul 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank wins the UNAA Sustainability Leadership award [19 Jun 2014]
> The importance of goal setting [13 Jun 2014]
> 85% score for Teachers Mutual Bank by the Australian Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility [12 Jun 2014]
> Inspirational NSW Principal awarded prestigious Harvard scholarship [05 Jun 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank named finalist in Banking and Finance 'Socially Responsible Performance' award [29 May 2014]
> Supporting teachers through the NSW Premier’s Sporting Challenge Staff Challenge [29 May 2014]
> ‘Board Leadership of the Year’ on Climate Change [20 May 2014]
> Schools awarded $32,000 eco-grants by Teachers Mutual Bank [15 May 2014]
> Six months on from devastating Typhoon Haiyan – credit unions re-open for business [08 May 2014]
> Myanmar Teachers Project update [06 May 2014]
> Teachers Recognition Program Winner - Bryan Lyndon [06 May 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank further improves international CSR score [01 Apr 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank Teacher Recognition Program [27 Mar 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank named as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies [25 Mar 2014]
> Future Teacher Scholarship winners 2014 [24 Mar 2014]
> Teachers Mutual Bank publishes ‘Our approach to Climate Change’ [21 Mar 2014]
> Mutuals support Philippines Typhoon rebuild [11 Mar 2014]
> Harvard Club of Australia Teachers Mutual Bank Scholarship now open [18 Feb 2014]
> Premier’s Teachers Mutual Bank New and Emerging Technologies Scholarship [13 Feb 2014]
> Eco-grants for teachers open at Teachers Mutual Bank [30 Jan 2014]
> Myanmar Teachers Project update [23 Jan 2014]
> WA Secondary School of the Year [07 Jan 2014]
Read past news articles and media annoucements.