Teachers Mutual Bank is dedicated to helping Australian education sector employees and their families secure their financial futures.

In 1966 a group of passionate teachers with a shared vision of giving those alongside them better financial options came together to form a credit union.

50 years on, that passion is stronger than ever. We’re still supporting teachers, their families, and the education community with superior banking products and member service.

We’re more than just a bank, we’re a market leader in member advocacy in the Australian banking sector, and committed to strong standards of corporate responsibility through community investment and ethical business.

Teachers Mutual Bank is one division of Teachers Mutual Bank Limited, alongside Firefighters Mutual Bank, Health Professionals Bank and UniBank. Collectively, Teachers Mutual Bank Limited has more than 220,000 members and over $8 billion in assets.

Teachers Mutual Bank Products

  • Accounts
  • Credit Card
  • Car Buying Service
  • Home loans
  • Insurance
  • Personal loans
  • Travel
  • Mobile Wallet

Contact

All phone enquiries 13 12 21

Phone enquiries are available 8am to 7pm,

weekdays and 9am to 3pm, Saturday. 

Our offices are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.

Teachers Mutual Bank Swift Code

TMUTAU21XXX BIC / Swift Code is the unique bank identifier for TEACHERS MUTUAL BANK LIMITED‘s head office branch located in SILVERWATER – 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.

Getting started with internet banking

Registering for online banking

If you became a member prior to 23 September 2013 you can register by contacting us here. You need to be a member and a signatory on your account if you are under 18. 

All new members after this date are automatically registered for online banking.

What is an Access Code?

An Access Code is your password to internet banking.

What happens if I forget or misplace my Access Code?

If you have forgotten or misplaced your access code, you can reset it via Internet Banking. You will need to have an active Visa card linked to your account. Find out how to reset your Access Code. Alternatively, speak to us via web chat 8.00am and 5pm, weekdays.

Logging in using a computer or laptop

  1. Visit our website www.tmbank.com.au
  2. Click on the Internet Banking button in the top right hand corner.

Logging in using a mobile or tablet

  1. Visit our website www.tmbank.com.au
  2. Click on the menu button in the top right hand corner. This menu appears as three horizontal lines – known as a burger menu on devices like most smart phones and smaller tablets, or can also appear as the internet banking button.
  3. After tapping on the menu, the Internet Banking button will appear at the top of your screen.
  4. Tap on the Internet Banking button to bring up the log in screen.