Osko® is the first service available on the New Payments Platform (NPP) and is backed by BPAY Pty Ltd. It will make sending and receiving money faster.
Other helpful FAQs.
NPP is the acronym for the New Payments Platform which is owned and operated by NPP Australia Limited.
PayID is an alternative way to address payments. You can use this instead of remembering or sharing your BSB and account number. A PayID can be a mobile number or email address, and for businesses can also be an ABN or Organisation ID.
Click here to visit the full list of participating banks on the new NPP service.
Yes, you can have more than one PayID linked to each account.
Our award-winning Internet Banking system is packed full of an ever-expanding suite of innovative features!
Below is a list of all the features that we offer, and a video that you can view for a demonstration.
How To Section
- Open an account
- Mark card lost / stolen
- Order a new card
- Order a corporate cheque
- Update address
- Update employment details
- Record travel details
- Request to close an account
- Alter statement cycle
- Sign up for e-statements
- Reactivate a dormant account
- View and edit scheduled payments
- Alter pay splits
- Rename accounts
- Request Allianz insurance policy changes
- Provide Term Deposit maturity instructions
- Increase transfer limits
- Card controls
Beyond Finance Manager Tools
Our award-winning internet banking service has unique features and offers you a secure transaction environment to do your banking online.
Watch the short videos below to familiarise with the features.
Transfer money, make payments, see your account balances, transaction history and e-statements and discover how Beyond Finance Manager can help you to reach your savings goals.
Pay your bills using BPAY, schedule payments, make international transfers in a variety of currencies and set up SMS alerts to be on top of your transactions.
Activate your card or change your PIN anytime. Notify your travel plans and we will help you to keep your money safe during your trip.
When logging in for the first time, you may be automatically prompted to choose a new password. Remember not to choose a password that is the same as your member number, or that is sequential letters or numbers. To maintain security, your chosen password must comply with the below:
- Minimum of 8 characters in length
- Maximum of 16 characters in length
- Must contain letters and numbers
- You may use a combination of lower and upper case letters, numbers and symbols
- Do not include the following characters and/or spaces: < > /
Once the password has been changed, you will receive a confirmation message. Select Continue to navigate to the Welcome Screen:
If you are logging in to Internet Banking for the first time you will see an initial welcome screen, including some instructions to help you get started and an opportunity to download the Internet Banking Terms and Conditions within the Product Guide.
To continue, you must accept the Terms and Conditions. Click Accept to continue to Internet Banking: To provide additional security, a second form of identification is necessary if you want to use all of the features of Internet Banking. These features include External Funds Transfers (EFTs) and sending Secure Messages to our team.
When performing one of these actions, Internet Banking requests a security code that is verified against a code entered. For more details, please see Second Tier Authentication section.
Go to internet banking. Enter your member number into the first field and the password that you have chosen into the second, and then click Login. If you are not sure of your member number, you can find it at the bottom of your card, under your name.
From this page, you can also navigate back to the home page of our website by clicking the Visit Website link under the login fields. You can also view our latest news on the login page, which will alert you to any outages and other important news about Internet Banking.
If you forgot your password, simply click on the link SMS Password Reset located under the Log In button on the internet banking page.