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Overview

 

We've been a part of the fabric of South Australia since its early years, having opened our first branch in 1848.

BankSA is the largest financial institution in South Australia and the State's main provider of housing, personal finance and rural banking services. The Bank also plays a key role in the community as a sponsor of major State events and through the BankSA & Staff Charitable Fund, makes donations to approximately 100 South Australian and Northern Territory-based charities each year.

Whatever stage of life you're at, we can help you achieve your goals.

Whether it's to own your first home, pay off your home loan faster, protect your assets adequately, earn an attractive rate on your investments or plan for your retirement, we can help you achieve your goals - while still having enough money left to enjoy life. We help South Australians get the best from their money, so they can live their lives to the full.

We take the same approach to our many customers in commercial and rural businesses. With a full range of lending and investment products, merchant card services and EFTPOS, import and export finance services and leasing, we cater to the financial requirements of South Australian businesses across all sectors.

In addition, we provide a wide range of funds management, life and general insurance services and superannuation and investment services.

And we're a leading innovator, being the first South Australian bank to provide transaction banking services to our customers over the Internet.

Finally, as the Bank of South Australians, we have the largest network of branches and ATMs in South Australia - more than 120 branches located in metropolitan and rural South Australia as well as branches in the Northern Territory.

Our approach to sustainability includes environment and community initiatives, community sponsorships and our commitment to BankSA and Staff Charitable Fund, supporting charities within South Australia and the Northern Territory for seventy years.