How can we help?

What our members are saying...
 

Why choose IMB Bank?
 

Established in 1880, IMB has been helping people achieve their financial goals for 135 years. IMB offers a full range of banking solutions including home and personal lending, savings and transaction accounts, term deposits, business banking, financial planning and can arrange a wide range of insurance and travel products.
 

IMB has a growing branch network throughout the Illawarra, Sydney, NSW South Coast, the ACT and Melbourne. We have a lending specialist in every branch and a team of mobile lending specialists who will come to you. IMB members enjoy access to over 3,000 ATMs, free automated phone and internet banking and a team of professionals who are just a phone call away at our locally based call centre.
 

find out more

More from IMB Bank

  • seek some clarity on some commonly held financial beliefs

    Myth 1: It is better to own a home than to rent.

    Home ownership is a very personal choice as the decision will depend on your unique set of goals. If you choose to rent, it can often be cheaper than owning your own home due to mortgage and maintenance costs1. By renting, you can generally rely on your landlord to maintain the property, for example; fixing leaky taps and blocked toilets2.

  • A guide to small business borrowing

    There are many businesses all around Australia that are in growth mode. However, growth can often cause strain on cash flow, as more resources are taken up to fund expansion. If your organisation, like so many others, is in a period of growth it may be helpful to have access to suitable business finance.

  • Share house arrangements are a brilliant way to get around issues caused by sky high rents and property prices. They can be a barrel of laughs, with a mate always down the hallway and the potential for a big night out with the flat mates on the weekend.

  • Australians are an intrepid bunch. In fact, 10 million of us travelled internationally in the year to August 20161. That's almost half of the country's population.

  • Saving money by keeping bank accounts healthy

    The start of a new year can often be stressful from a financial standpoint. It's a time for many people to look back on the previous 12 months, size up their income and their expenses and make important decisions about how to manage money better for the following year.

    Have you started this process? If not, the following are a few tips that could help to prepare yourself and your bank accounts and help you reach your financial goals.

  • Now that you’ve decided to finally commit and put a ring on it, here are some tips to purchasing an item that may add some additional sparkle to your partners’ hand – without breaking the bank.

  • In need of a light bulb moment given the current state of the housing market?

    With property prices skyrocketing in certain parts of Australia, the likelihood of snagging a 3 bedroom home without cashing in a hefty inheritance or help from mum and dad, is getting slimmer and slimmer. But there are options available for first time property buyers.

  • Picking a home loan that best suits your needs.

    To begin your journey towards buying a property, you may find that raising capital is an important aspect in making your first purchase. Many Australians rely on mortgages to purchase their first owner-occupied home.

  • Managing back to school expenses

    Your kids may be ready for the new term but unfortunately, school expenses don’t stop at the uniform and books.

  • What is changing?

    The Federal Government has made changes to the Assets test for those receiving a Centrelink pension, including the Age Pension. Therefore, depending on the level of your investable assets, your pension payments may be less. According to the Federal Government, if you have not received a letter informing you that your pension has changed, it will remain the same.