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A bank for the university sector.
UniBank is committed to continuously creating and delivering exceptional lifetime banking experiences exclusively for staff, students and graduates of Australian universities and their families. We do this by combining the latest technologies, financial products and services with outstanding personalised service based on membership and mutuality.
From our beginnings in 1964 as the University Staff Credit Society Limited until today, we continue to exist for the mutual benefit of our members, which means everything we do is to ensure you, our members, have a brighter future.
Find out about Our Values
At UniBank, our purpose is to continuously create and deliver exceptional lifetime customer banking experiences exclusively for university staff, students and graduates. We believe in belonging, discovery, intrepidness and prudence—and these values are all designed to ensure we meet the needs and improve the financial wellbeing of our members.
We're a bank that's exclusive to the university sector, but we're also passionate about inclusivity. We want our members to know more—and that means understanding the needs of all our customers by encouraging transparency, communication and collaboration.
We are always looking to the future, striving to be more innovative, smarter and simpler. We know more about the education sector than any bank, ensuring we can deliver smarter solutions tailored to our members' needs—but we never stop learning and discovering new possibilities.
We are brave and bold, challenging existing thinking and providing new directions that inspire our members. We aim to make banking faster, simpler and easier, putting our members on the path to lifelong financial well-being.
We show respect for our members' ongoing well-being and only make informed decisions backed by research and wisdom. We want our members to know more so they can be financially knowledgeable and better off for the long term.
We've been passionate about staff and students in the university sector, and their families, since 1964.
UniBank was originally born out of the Chemistry Department at the University of Western Australia in 1964. Originally called The University Staff Credit Society Limited, the company’s focus was to provide financial products and services to members of the university community.
Our success was born out of a vision to give university staff, students, graduates and their families better financial options. And as much as our look may have changed, our goal remains the same—to inspire, encourage and help enable our members to achieve lifelong financial well-being.
Read more about our story
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.
Read our Constitution
The 2017 Director election has commenced and voting packs have been sent by mail to eligible members on 27th September 2017. We encourage you to vote as this is your opportunity to have your say regarding these important positions.
There are six nominations for the two Director positions.
There are six candidates to fill the four vacancies for the 2017 election of the Members Committee.
Simply complete the Ballot Paper mailed to you, place in the secret ballot envelope and return in the reply paid envelope provided by 5pm Friday, 27st October 2017.
If you have mislaid or not received your Ballot Paper, contact the Returning Officer by emailing email@example.com or call 02 8234 5386
The AGM of Teachers Mutual Bank Limited will be held on Saturday, 25th November 2017 at Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club, Hurlstone Park NSW 2193 commencing at 10am (EST). The Notice of Meeting with further information including how to join our webcast will be provided to members in mid-October.
If you have considered playing a leadership role at Teachers Mutual Bank Limited 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 Limited 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.
Read the Audit Committee Charter
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
Read the Risk and Compliance Committee Charter
At UniBank, we’re all members of the same team. Whether it’s your first job, you’re returning to work or are at the peak of your professional career; it’s about making a difference to our members’ lives, the staff, students and graduates of Australian Universities 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.
Sorry there are no positions currently available.
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Never miss a newsletter! Money Matters features all the latest news, product information, promotions, interesting tips and helpful advice for our members.
1. What is the new digital newsletter?
Our new digital eNewsletter format has been designed to replace the previous printed and PDF versions of Money Matters.
2. Will Money Matters still be quarterly?
Yes, we will continue to release Money Matters quarterly- at the start of each Spring (September), Summer (December), Autumn (March) and Winter (June).
3. Why should I subscribe for this new newsletter?
You should subscribe to our new digital newsletter because it will:
4. I prefer paper/I don't have email, how will I find out about the latest UniBank news?
You will receive a message on your statement when the latest quarterly edition is available to read ¡V simply head to our website to upload!
5. If I sign up for the new newsletter, will I now also receive lots of UniBank marketing emails?
No. The Money Matters eNewsletter is designed to be an interesting and relevant newsletter, not a marketing piece. By subscribing you are not opting in to receive marketing communication from us—only up to date and compelling industry news!
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 well-being 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.
UniBank is a division of Teachers Mutual Bank Limited. For detailed financial and sustainability related information, as well as regulatory disclosures, see more here.