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Relevant. Valued. Connected. At Bendigo and Adelaide Bank we’re aiming to be Australia’s most customer connected bank.

Together Bendigo and Adelaide Bank are beginning a new chapter in their history. But the philosophy that united these organisations remains unchanged – to help a community become a success, we must first help the members of that community.

Help when it’s most needed

As we’ve already seen this fire season, unpredictable natural events can strike anyone at any time. The loss of a home, business or income is incredibly tough and that’s why Bendigo and Adelaide Bank offers assistance to customers who find themselves in those circumstances. Impacted customers are encouraged to call 1300 BENDIGO (1300 236 344).

2015 Interim Review

The Bendigo and Adelaide Bank 2015 Interim Review is now available.

Australian's favourite business bank - Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

Bendigo Bank is Australia's favourite business bank, according to the latest customer satisfaction research.

Our Brands

Bendigo Bank

Bendigo Bank helps customers, families and businesses achieve their financial goals and builds successful communities. Why? Because successful communities are great places to run a successful business.

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Adelaide Bank

More than 40% of Australians source their home loan through a mortgage manager or broker. Adelaide Bank’s suite of home loans have been specifically designed with these customers and our partners in mind.

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Bendigo Wealth

Bendigo Wealth is the home of the group’s cash, margin lending, managed funds and superannuation businesses. When you deal with Bendigo Wealth, we want you to expect more.

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Community Sector Banking

Community Sector Banking (CSB) is Australia's first and only specialist banking service for not-for-profit organisations. It provides a tailored banking service and reinvests banking profits back into the community sector.

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