Continuing to serve you through COVID-19

It's been a tough time for many of us tackling the pandemic and the challenges it's raised. Like many businesses, we're faced with the reality that some of our staff have been impacted by the virus, which is also impacting our customer service delivery.
financial assistance

Support for business and personal customers impacted by COVID-19 lockdowns

If you’ve been significantly impacted as a result of ongoing COVID-19 challenges and are in need of financial assistance, we’re here to support you through this challenging period.
personal finances

Personal finances firmly on the agenda for Aussie couples but Valentine’s gifts are out, reveals MyState Bank

Personal finances firmly on the agenda for Aussie couples but Valentine’s gifts are out, reveals MyState Bank.

Pandemic leads to improved saving behaviours amongst Australians

As we embark on a new year COVID-19 has forced us to re-evaluate many areas of our lives with the latest research from MyState Bank indicating many Australians are embracing the money learnings arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to widespread shifts in spending habits.
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Bad online shopping habits costing the average Australian over $400 each year

With more Australians embracing online shopping in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, MyState Bank commissioned a survey into the online shopping habits of more than 1,000 Australians.

Australian’s savings and financial dreams hit hard by COVID-19

A third of Australians have dipped into their savings due to COVID-19. MyState Bank launches AI-driven banking solution to help customers manage their spending, save, and reduce debt.

Australians plan for a thrifty FY21 after COVID-19 hit

With the nation in its first recession in 29 years, Australians are resolving to be better money managers this new financial year, according to new research from MyState Bank.

MyState Bank to issue Visa Debit Cards to vulnerable customers to help access their money during COVID-19

MyState Bank is providing Visa debit cards to transaction account customers who would normally go into bank branches to withdraw cash. The Visa debit cards will allow customers to continue to have easy access to their money during the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 prompts spike in online banking

Tasmanians are increasingly embracing electronic and online banking to avoid using cash during the coronavirus emergency.