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Geelong Bank was founded in 1974 as FCCS Credit Union. The Credit Union was opened to provide financial funding and services to the employees of the Ford Motor Company in Geelong. FCCS Credit Union underwent two mergers in the years leading up to 1990. Today Geelong Bank products and services are available to all Australians. Their dedication to their members and employees has resulted in their customer base prospering to over 10,000 members since it first opened its doors.

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Geelong Bank Term Deposits

Term Deposits calculator

Use our term deposit calculator to see how much you can earn under different investment scenarios.

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The result provided is an estimate only. Please read our Calculator Assumptions and Disclaimer for more information.

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  1. The final balance at the end of the savings duration is the sum of the initial deposit and interest earned, based on the entered duration and interest rate.
  2. Calculations assume that details entered into calculator, including interest rates, do not change for the fixed term deposit period.
  3. All results are based solely upon the data entered into the calculator.
  • Calculator does not include the cost of fees or other extra charges.
  • Calculator does not account for changes to interest rates over time.
  • This calculator is for information purposes only. Any advice is general and has not taken into account your personal circumstance. Read our full disclaimer.

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