11/02/2022

Get to know our new MD and CEO, Brett Morgan

10 minutes with MyState Limited’s new Managing Director and CEO, Brett Morgan.
23/11/2021

In-Branch Gift Card Competition – existing pay depositors

Congratulations to the winners of our recent in-branch gift card competition.
15/10/2021

Our branches will stay open, and we’re here to help

Communities stick together during tough times. Our branches are still open and we’re here to help.
30/09/2021

Expect more from your insurance competition

Congratulations to the winners of our recent Insurance competition. Six lucky customers have each won $2,500, simply for getting a quote for an eligible insurance policy through a MyState Bank branch or via phone within the promotion period.
07/09/2021

Free balls roll out to every Tasmanian junior footballer

"We're delighted to help Tasmanian children stay active and healthy through this initiative and help them build a lifelong love for sport and the world game." Janelle Whittle General Manager People & Culture, MyState Limited
06/09/2021

We’re upping the Ant-e

Three year naming rights deal signed for MyState Bank Arena.
27/08/2021

Think before you click during tax time

It’s that time of the year where many of us are getting ready to lodge our tax returns (if we haven’t done so already). During this time, it’s very important to keep an eye out for tax scams. Tax time could really be taxing if you give out personal details to scammers impersonating the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
21/07/2021

Don’t be fooled by Investment Scams

If an investment opportunity looks too good to be true, it probably is. Common investment scams may include lucrative investment opportunities such as shares and stock, bonds, cryptocurrencies, foreign currency trading or property projects.
28/06/2021

Great options for insuring investment properties

Renting out your investment property can potentially pose some risks, so it’s important to adequately protect it from unexpected incidents. Some investors make the costly mistake of assuming that home and contents insurance is sufficient enough to protect their rental property, but it’s also important to consider covering some of the additional risks that may come about when leasing out a property.