Suncorp Bank

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Suncorp-Metway Limited is a part of The Suncorp Group and is Australia’s sixth largest bank and third largest general insurance group. It is in the top 20 of publically listed companies in Australia and manages more than $91.8 billion of assets. In 2001 The Suncorp Group’s customer base expanded significantly by the acquisition of general insurance companies GIO and AMP. Along with The Group’s 50% share in RACQ Insurance Limited and other Australian motoring clubs, Suncorp has developed into Queensland’s market leader of compulsory third party car insurance. Suncorp is also a major provider in the motor insurance and home contents industry in Australia and has a strong market share in New Zealand for personal and commercial and insurance. Today Suncorp provides services through its phone, internet and 177 retail outlets in all areas of finance, including life insurance, banking, agricultural banking and business banking.
Company Suncorp Bank
Average Fees Electronic Transactor $0
Average Fees High Transactor
Average Fees Low Transactor
Monthly Account Fees $0
Free Transaction Allocation N/A
Base Rebate N/A
ATM Withdrawal Fee $0
Advertised Rate 0%
Minimum Deposit $0
EFTPOS Transaction Fee $0
Cheque Deposit Fee $0
Star Rating Electronic Transactor
Star Rating High Transactor Not Rated
Star Rating Low Transactor Not Rated

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If this account allows you to process transactions at a branch
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Average fees based on a scenario averaging 25 transactions per month through electronic methods such as ATM, phone and internet.

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