|Community Sector Banking is a specialist banking alternative for community groups and not-for-profit organisations. Based on the successful Community Bank® model, it’s a joint venture between Bendigo and Adelaide Bank and Community 21 - a consortium of Australia’s 38 leading community sector organisations. A share of the profits generated by Community Sector Banking are directed to projects that build the social fabric of our communities.|
|Homesafe Solutions is a joint venture between Bendigo and Adelaide Bank and Athy Pty Ltd which manages the Homesafe Debt Free Equity Release product. Since 2005, Homesafe Solutions has assisted senior homeowners to access the equity in their homes without going into debt.|
NoQ is a joint venture between independent start up company Hub IT Pty Ltd and Bendigo and Adelaide Bank who own a 15% stake. Bendigo and Adelaide Bank purchased a strategic equity stake in NoQ which is an Adelaide-based company that has designed an online ordering system using smart phone technology, and was founded by Brad Moran. NoQ enables customers to place orders with a cafe or store remotely via their iPhone. The retailer issues an online receipt and confirms a time to collect the order. Payment occurs automatically via credit card using a secure third party payment gateway.
Silver Body Corporate Financial Services Pty Ltd
Silver Body Corporate Financial Services Pty Ltd, a body corporate banking service is a joint venture between Bendigo and Adelaide Bank based in Bundall and the Stewart Silver King and Burns Group (SSKB). Through this partnership, Body Corporate Associations managed by SSKB are entitled to receive a “Community Dividend” for banking with the Bendigo Bank’s Bundall branch on the Gold Coast.