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Cash Management Trading Account
The Cash Management Trading Account is an operational account designed to help maximise the performance of your money.
From 28 November 2017, this product will no longer be available to open new accounts. It has been replaced by the Not-for-Profit Everyday Account. This change does not affect existing Cash Management Trading Account holders.
Tiered interest rates – the higher your balance, the higher the return
Interest calculated daily and paid monthly
Bulk payments facility available for things like salaries
Internet banking available
Phone banking available
Transaction fee rebates available
Cash card, debit card and cheque book facility available
Overdraft facility available
® Registered to BPAY Pty Ltd ABN 69 079 137 518
Account service FREE
Direct debit FREE
Withdrawals from 40c
Transfers from 40c
External periodical payments $3.75
Debit card $3/month
Transaction fee rebates and quarterly reviews available
Refer to the fees & charges document for more information
$0 - $249,999.99 0.10% pa
$250,000 - $499,999.99 0.25% pa
$500,000+ 0.60% pa
This account has been replaced by the Not-for-Profit Everyday Account and from 28 November 2017 is no longer available for opening. Existing account holders can continue to use their account as normal.
Yes, this account offers cards and the cheque book facility.
Your rebate covers transactional fees on your account. It does not cover Bulk Payments, card fees or dishonour/rejection fees. Refer to the 'Business. Fees and Charges' document under Terms and Conditions above for more information.
Please contact our Customer Service and Engagement team who can review your rebates.
More information can be found in our frequently asked questions by clicking here.
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