The switch over to IMB Bank is complete! You can now access your accounts again, via Internet Banking at www.imb.com.au, at a branch or with your new IMB Visa Debit Card.If you need assistance help is available Mon – Fri 8am – 8pm and Saturday 9am - 4pm on the merger helpline 1800 370 773.

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The Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA), has officially approved the date for our merger with IMB Bank, for 1 May 2020.

From this date, members can continue to perform their banking with us in the same ways as they do now, including using the same member numbers, same website/internet banking, same payment services and no changes to direct debits.

From May 1, members will start to receive merger-related benefits including the immediate removal of most transaction fees and account keeping fees, along with even better rates on variable loans (both home and personal), and term deposits. For a full list of the merger-related benefits please follow this link.

Over the next 6-9 months we will be working on integrating our banking systems with IMB. When systems integration is complete, members of Hunter United will then be able to access all IMB bank channels including branches and online services for their Hunter United products as well as a wider array of products from IMB including Mobile Payments such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, Android, Garmin Pay, Fitbit Pay.

We will continue to provide updates regarding the merger process and the release of benefits to members during the months ahead.

Tim Blomfield
CEO & MD Hunter United

A Message for Members

As part of the Merger with IMB Bank, Hunter United’s disclosure documents have been updated, effective 1 May 2020.

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Did You Know?

You total deposits up to $250,000 are guaranteed by the Governments Financials Claim Scheme.

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Merger with IMB Bank

Members to benefit from merger with IMB Bank. Read the full list of the merger-related benefits here.

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