- BSB stands for Bank State Branch.
- The BSB is a six-digit number that is used to identify a bank code and its associated branch in Australia.
The BSB number for Teachers Mutual Bank is:
You can also find the six-digit code at the top (listed above the 'Internet Banking' button) and bottom of this page (look for the ‘BSB’ number in the right-hand corner).
What does a BSB mean?
The BSB is a 6-digit numerical code used to identify a specific bank branch in Australia for domestic payments.
The BSB code is made up of three sets of numbers:
- The first two numbers help to identify the bank
- The third number specifies the state where the branch is located
- The last three numbers identify the branch address
Why do you need a BSB?
Before you can successfully transfer money to someone, you’ll need the recipient’s BSB and account number. And, in order for someone to transfer money to you, they’ll require your BSB and account number in order to do it.