Commonwealth Bank, CommBank or CBA as it is commonly known as operates internationally with businesses in New Zealand, Asia and the United Kingdom. Commonwealth Bank was founded in 1911 by the Andrew Fisher Labour Government. Unlike any other financial institutions in Australia, it was the first and only bank in Australia to receive a Federal Government guarantee which provided security for the Bank to carry out both savings and general bank trading business. The Bank became a public company in 1991 and underwent three stages of privatisation until 1996. The Commonwealth Bank brand has grown to become one of the best recognised in the financial services industry. Their other award-winning brands include Colonial First State investments and retail broker Commonwealth Securities (CommSec). The Bank has positioned itself for future growth as it continues to provide a full range commercial and of retail banking services including home loans, credit cards, personal loans, term deposits, transaction accounts and car insurance.
Car Loans Disclaimer: Applications are subject to the Bank’s normal credit approval. Apply and fund a new Secured Car Loan by 31 July 2016 to receive a 1% discount on your approved interest rate.
Commonwealth Bank home loans
Commonwealth Bank personal loans
Commonwealth Bank credit cards
Commonwealth Bank Standard Awards (CommBank Awards Points)
5.99% p.a on balance transfers for 5 months and then 21.24% p.a.
Rewards Available through CBA Basic Awards
Lower than average annual fee
Ability to convert large purchases into instalment plans
Commonwealth Bank superannuation
Commonwealth Essential Super
Variety of options
Commonwealth Bank savings accounts
Commonwealth Bank bank accounts
Commonwealth Bank online trading
Online Share Trading
Australia's leading online broker
Commonwealth Bank margin loans
CommSec Margin Loan Variable
Variable rate margin loan for investment in over 1000 approved shares.
Commonwealth Bank reverse mortgages
Equity Unlock Loan for Seniors (Reverse Mortgage)
For homeowners aged 65 and over
Flexible uses for money