Interest rate update - March 2023.

Recently the RBA announced an increase to the cash rate.

Interest rate update - March 2023.

As a customer-owned bank, we carefully consider the needs of all our customers to ensure we make a balanced decision for both our loan and deposit customers.

The tables below show some of the rate changes that we will be making to our term deposit and loan products.

Rates will change on Tuesday 21 March 2023, for the below loan products.

Customers with a home loan will be notified either electronically or in writing with any adjustments required for repayments. Any changes to new repayments will be effective from Monday 24 April 2023.

Term Deposit holders will be notified of the new rates when they receive their renewal notice.

Home loans

From Tuesday 21 March, Beyond Bank’s advertised Standard Variable Interest Rates will be as follows:

  Current Advertised Rate
(% p.a.)
Change (% p.a.) New Advertised Rate as at 21 March 2022 (% p.a.)

Owner Occupier Principal and Interest

7.70

0.25

7.95

Investment Principal and Interest

7.99

0.25

8.24

Investment Interest Only

8.29

0.25

8.54


From Tuesday 21 March, Beyond Bank’s advertised Standard Total Home Loan Package Variable Interest Rates will be as follows:

  Current Advertised Rate
(% p.a.)
Change (% p.a.) New Advertised Rate as at 21 March 2022 (% p.a.)

Owner Occupier Principal and Interest

6.80

0.25

7.05

Investment Principal and Interest

7.00

0.25

7.25

Investment Interest Only

7.25

0.25

7.50

 

 

Term Deposits

From Tuesday 21 March 2023 Beyond Bank’s advertised Term Deposit Interest Rates will be as follows:

Term Deposit - Standard Rates
Term Interest Paid Tier Current (% p.a.) New (% p.a.) Change (% p.a.)
3 Months Maturity $2,000-$49,999 3.00 3.25 0.25
$50,000-$199,999 3.05 3.30 0.25
$200,000 plus 3.05 3.30 0.25
6 Months Maturity $2,000-$49,999 3.55 3.80 0.25
$50,000-$199,999 3.60 3.85 0.25
$200,000 plus 3.60 3.85 0.25
9 Months Maturity $2,000-$49,999 3.55 3.80 0.25
$50,000-$199,999 3.60 3.85 0.25
$200,000 plus 3.60 3.85 0.25
12 Months Maturity $2,000-$49,999 4.05 4.20 0.15
$50,000-$199,999 4.10 4.25 0.15
$200,000 plus 4.10 4.25 0.15
12 Months Monthly $2,000-$49,999 3.95 4.10 0.15
$50,000-$199,999 4.00 4.15 0.15
$200,000 plus 4.00 4.15 0.15



We’re here to help

Beyond Bank has more than 275,000 customer-owners. 21,000 have loan accounts and 16,000 hold term deposits. Because our customers own the bank, all monies generated by the organisation are reinvested into the business to provide products and services and maintain the bank’s strong capital position.

We are very mindful of cost-of-living pressures and their impact on people today, and that interest rates can have a significant influence on this. We will always take an approach based on working with our owner-customers in a caring and supportive way.

If you need assistance with your loans, please call 13 25 85, option 2 to speak to our specialist team.

For general tips and resources for your financial wellbeing, please visit beyondbank.com.au/financial-wellbeing.html

 

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