Bank­ing with ANZ at work

The Australian Education Reporter - - WAPPA CONFERENCE -

AT ANZ, staff recog­nise and value the im­por­tant re­la­tion­ship they have with the Western Aus­tralian ed­u­ca­tion com­mu­nity.

Em­ploy­ees that re­ceive an in­come from a WA Gov­ern­ment or non-gov­ern­ment school, univer­sity, TAFE or other cen­tre for learn­ing en­joy of­fers as well as a range of help­ful ser­vices by bank­ing with ANZ through the anz@work pro­gram.

The pro­gram ben­e­fits are be­yond just bank­ing.

They start with a per­son­alised ap­proach with an A-Z Re­view.

The re­view is a com­pli­men­tary one-on-one con­ver­sa­tion, which in­cludes iden­ti­fy­ing where a per­son’s life is now and where they would like to be, en­sur­ing bank­ing is a so­lu­tion that’s tai­lored to each in­di­vid­ual.

ANZ can pro­vide on­site sup­port for teach­ers and staff at lo­cal schools in WA where an ANZ rep­re­sen­ta­tive is avail­able for a per­sonal meet­ing in re­la­tion to their bank­ing, bor­row­ing or in­sur­ance needs.

The on­site visit is a con­ve­nient way of bank­ing, gen­er­ally tak­ing place dur­ing the lunch pe­riod, although meet­ings can be set up at any time of day to suit the in­di­vid­ual school.

The process is sim­ple with email com­mu­ni­ca­tion in­clud­ing a link for teach­ers or staff to pre-book an ap­point­ment at their school on a par­tic­u­lar day.

ANZ also pro­vide ac­cess to a range of spe­cial­ists, tools and in­for­ma­tion, which can help peo­ple make con­fi­dent de­ci­sions about life’s mo­ments, big and small; from Lifeguides that of­fer guid­ance re­gard­ing home, ca­reer, fam­ily and leisure as well as se­cur­ing a per­son’s fi­nan­cial re­tire­ment.

More in­for­ma­tion can be found at: www.

Any advice does not take into ac­count your per­sonal needs and fi­nan­cial cir­cum­stances and you should con­sider whether it is ap­pro­pri­ate for you and read the Terms and Con­di­tions, Prod­uct Dis­clo­sure State­ment and Fi­nan­cial Ser­vices Guide be­fore ac­quir­ing any prod­uct.

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