Compare investments rates and charges

See how hard your investments are working for you with a breakdown of the interest rates and fees on business banking savings and investment accounts.

Interest rates

Interest rates are subject to change.

Business Term Deposit

Minimum balance

$1,000

$5,000

$10,000

$50,000

Term

Interest at maturity

30 days

N/A

60 days

N/A

90 days

100 days

120 days

150 days

6 months

200 days

9 months

1 year

2 years

3 years

4 years

5 years

Term

Interest interim options

1 year

2 years

3 years

4 years

5 years

Our term deposit rates apply to the first $5 million of total deposits you hold with us. If you're investing more than this, please contact us. The interest rate for a term deposit is fixed for the length of the term you choose. This means it'll stay the same for the duration of your investment.

Business Notice Saver

Notice period

Current rate for balances $0 - $1,999

Current rate for balances $2,000+

32 days

90 days

There are no transaction, entry or management fees. An immediate withdrawal will incur an interest adjustment charge. The amount of the charge varies depending on the notice period, the current rate of return and the amount you wish to withdraw.

Not available to financial institutions. The rate of return for Business Notice Saver can change at any time and without notice. This means the rate might go up or down during your investment.

Business Online Call

Business Online Call rewards you with bonus interest each calendar month when you:

  • make no withdrawals or transfers; and
  • have a minimum balance of $2,000 in your account at any time.

Balance

Base rate

Bonus rate

Total rate

$0 - $1,999

$2,000+

Early withdrawal or termination charges

There are no transaction fees on our Business Term Deposit and Notice Saver accounts. However early withdrawal or termination charges may apply as follows:

Term Deposit early termination charge

If you need to break your term deposit early a charge may apply to the interest you'll receive on the amount you want to withdraw. The charge is a reduction to the interest you’ll receive on the amount you want to withdraw early.

The interest rate you'll receive on the money you withdraw early will be the lower of:

  • The advertised rate on the day your application to break is approved, for the number of days the money was actually invested, less 2%; or
  • The advertised rate on the day the term deposit was opened, for the number of days the money was actually invested, less 2%.

Visit our breaking a term deposit early page for more details.

PIE Term Deposit early termination charge

If you break a PIE Term Deposit an early termination charge may apply. The charge is a reduction to the return payable to you on the amount you want to withdraw early.

The rate of return that'll be applied to the amount of money you want to withdraw will be your original rate of return less 2%, while the return payable to you will be calculated using the following formula:

Reduced return to be paid = amount to be withdrawn × (days invested ÷ 365) × (original rate of return − 2%) where the original rate of return is the rate of return we agreed when you invested.

Visit our breaking a term deposit early page for more details.

Notice Saver immediate withdrawal charge

When you request an immediate withdrawal of part or all of your money from Business Notice Saver without giving the required notice.

The amount of the charge varies depending on the amount being withdrawn, the current rate of return for your Business Notice Saver and the length of the required notice period.

The immediate withdrawal charge is based on the lesser of:

  • the amount withdrawn multiplied by the current rate of return divided by the number of days in the year. This is then multiplied by the notice period;
  • the interest earned and accrued over the previous period equivalent to the notice period.