UBank is a new online bank backed by the financial strengths and competencies of nab - Australia largest and most established bank which holds an AA rating.

The new online brand shares a separate identity and philosophy to the National Australia Bank and prides itself on its 24/7 offerings of customer service. The landscape of the financial banking market is evolving and UBank aims to cater to the demands of its customers.

With a simple term deposit product, competitive interest rates on offer, no hidden agendas and real people to talk all year round, you know you'll be treated like a real customer and not just an account member. Whilst maintaining their 'no application fee' promise, the banks plans to expand their product offering in the near future a selection of savings, transaction accounts and other investment products.

UBank is an Australian bank so your deposit will be guaranteed by the Australian Government until 2011. This means that your investment will be safe until then and not be affected by economic conditions.

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