Commercial Bank of Australia Building, Melbourne

3.4
As Australia’s first 100% customer owned bank we see the business of banking a little differently to our competitors – and chances are if you’re reading this you do too.

Being sharp on price, and making a profit is important to us all. But we believe money should also be put to good use, creating positive social, environmental and cultural outcomes. A kind of mutual prosperity for all.

Not being bound by the demands of external investors means we act in the best long term interests of our customers. Put simply, as a customer and part owner of the bank, we’re answerable only to you. We respect your point of view, which is why our customers each have an equal say in how we go about our business.

Customers have been banking with us since 1957 and today nearly 130,000 people and community sector organisations choose to bank with us.

Our profits are reinvested in the bank to provide fairer fees, better interest rates, and the responsible products and services that our customers expect.

And be reassured, we have to meet the same prudential standards that apply to all Australian banks, so you can be certain that banking with Bank Australia is safe and secure.

We encourage our customers to connect with us and provide feedback. However, we moderate content to ensure there is no slandering, false claims or abusive language and will remove such material. We will also moderate links to external sites and if we don’t endorse the content, we will remove the content. Please read, and exercise caution, when linking any external content.

Please see our privacy policy at www.bankaust.com.au/privacy

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It's important that you stay secure online – we will never ask you to publicly share any personal or private details. Never share any personal or account details through public Facebook comments – we will immediately delete any comments or posts containing such details. If you wish to discuss personal details with us, please contact us on 132 888 or email mail@bankaust.com.au
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  • Sadly this building is now vacant. It was an OPSM store for many years. The building was erected in 1867 for the Melbourne surgeon, Dr John Wilkins and originally served as his residence and...  more »
  • It is one of a few remaining Renaissance Revival Townhouses in Melbourne and was erected in 1867 and for many years used as a residence and consulting rooms for doctors. It is an interesting old...  more »
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  • This place has a lot of cash 💰 💵💰💵💰
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