Teachers Mutual Bank
Welcome to the new face of banking. We put you first. At Teachers Mutual Bank it’s not about us. It’s about you.
We’re committed to helping you save money, build wealth and enjoy financial wellbeing.
That’s why we put you first in everything we do.
We put you first because we’re passionate about teachers and their families.
Back in 1966 Teachers Credit Union was established by teachers, for teachers. In April 2012, we became Teachers Mutual Bank, but we maintain our philosophy of teachers helping teachers. We’re continually creating products and services specifically for teachers and their families at every life stage, so we’re with you all the way.
We put you first by rewarding members, not shareholders.
Every dollar saved goes back into lowering rates and providing benefits for our members, so they’re continually rewarded. We employ sustainable business practices right across the all facets of our business, plus we also invest in supporting community initiatives and the environment.
We put you first by making banking easier.
We know life is busy enough without having to worry about financial needs. So we’ve made banking even easier, wherever you are. We have one of Australia’s largest ATM networks, plus we’re accessible 24/7 through internet and phone banking and our new mobile phone app.
Expert advice at a time that suits you
Whether you are considering buying your first home, upgrading to a bigger home, refinancing or investing our mobile lenders can help you find a loan to suit your budget and needs.
We come to you
Our business development team are available to visit your school and can provide information about our products and services and the benefits of membership. To book a school visit email us at email@example.com
Savings and term deposits, home loans, car loans, personal loans, credit cards, transaction accounts, insurance, financial planning, share trading, travel, car buying and more.
Teachers Mutual Bank
118 Royal Street
East Perth WA 6004
9am to 5pm, weekdays
Call 13 12 21 8am to 7pm, weekdays or 9am to 3pm, Saturday
Richard Collier - State Manager, Business Relationships