Police Bank is a mutual financial institution servicing the wider Police Community, offering products & services for every stage of life, from Savings & Transaction Accounts to Home Loans & Insurance.
The organisation originally started as NSW Police Credit Union (PCU) in the early 1960′s when a group of Police Officers at Clarence Street Police Station in Sydney had the vision of forming a mutual organisation for the benefit of all Officers. PCU was officially registered and opened for business in 1964 with just 60 Members. Today, we have grown to be one of the biggest and most successful mutuals in Australia, testament to the loyalty and support our Members provide us.
Police Bank is supervised by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) to maintain operational standards which ensures security of our Member’s funds. APRA is the same body that supervises the major banks. Police Bank is governed by its Board of Directors.
Police Bank Products
- Transaction Accounts
- Savings Accounts
- Special Purpose Savings Accounts
- Dynamo Kids Savings Accounts (0-12yrs)
- Flex Youth Savings Accounts (13-17yrs)
- Home Loans
- Car Loans
- Personal Loans
- Green Loan
- Overdraft Credit Facility
- Term Deposits
- Financial Planning
- Motor Vehicle Insurance
- Home & Contents Insurance
- Travel Insurance
- Visa Cards
- Visa Credit Card
- Visa Debit Card
Police Bank Mobile Banking
- Quickly check your account balance
- Transfer funds and make BPay payments
- iOS Touch ID Login
- Android Biometrics
- Login with your Fingerprint on Android (4.4+)
- Card Security
- The ability to lock / unlock your card whenever you need to
- Change the PIN and Report lost or stolen Police Bank Visa Cards
To download the App, on Android visit Google Play, and on iPhones the App Store. Simply search for Police Bank.
Police Bank Swift Code
POIEAU21XXX BIC / Swift Code is the unique bank identifier for POLICE BANK LTD‘s head office branch located in SURRY HILLS – AUSTRALIA and it’s used to verify financial transactions such as a bank wire transfers (international wire transfers).
The bic / swift code provides information about the bank and branch where the money should be transferred. Being able to check information about the code will provide you with the proper information necessary to make or receive payments. Some banks and their associated branches benefit from an address listing which provides you with the means to match swift codes with financial institution office address.
This bic / swift code directory provides businesses and individuals with an easy way to verify bank details and avoid international money transfer mistakes.
Our Contact Centre can help.
- We’re available to chat Monday to Friday, 8.00 am – 6.00 pm.
- Phone: 131 728
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Fax: (02) 9287 0850