Teachers Mutual Bank
Cash Management Account
Teachers Mutual Bank, formerly NSW Teachers Credit Union, was formed in 1966 to provide teachers with a low-cost, convenient and efficient banking products and services. Teachers Mutual Bank was built on the values of quality, integrity and co-operation and to this day, continues to demonstrate these core values in their support of the education community. The credit union manages over $2 billion in deposits and has more than 150,000 members throughout Australia. All profits generated are returned to members in the form of exceptional personal service and a value-for-money approach to fees and interest rates. Teachers Mutual Bank also offers a full range of retail financial products which include car loans, credit cards, home loans, personal loans, savings accounts and even term deposit and investment products.
Average fees based on a scenario averaging 25 transactions per month through electronic methods such as ATM, phone and internet.
Consider whether this general financial advice is right for your personal circumstances. You may need financial advice from a qualified adviser. Read our detailed disclosure here.
RateCity is Australia's best financial comparison website where you can easily search, compare and apply for more than 13,000 financial products
By browsing on the website and/or using our search tools, you are asking RateCity to provide you with information about financial products from multiple financial institutions. We are not a credit provider, and we are not making any suggestion or recommendation to you about credit products for your use. RateCity provides general information only. Full product details, terms and conditions should be obtained from the relevant product provider. If you decide to apply for a credit product, such as a home loan, credit card or personal loan, you will deal directly with a financial institution, and not with RateCity. RateCity may receive remuneration for referrals from the .Go To Site. links and/or as a consequence of a consumer acquiring a credit product after following these links