Interest Rates

Below is a complete listing of our current, competitive interest rates for both personal and business deposit and loan offerings. You can also find here a listing of all our older, or 'grandfathered' products.

 

Personal Banking Interest Rates

Transaction and Savings Accounts

Including Everyday Basics, Everyday Options, eOptions, 55+, flexiRates, and older deposit products

Term Deposits

Current interest rates for personal term deposits, ranging from 1 month up to 5 year terms

flexiRates

Another savings option applicable for 55+ accounts, Everyday Options sub accounts, eOptions accounts and Business Saver accounts.

Home Loans

Including Standard Variable, Fixed, Package options and older home loan products 

Personal and Car Loans

Interest rates for both secured and unsecured personal loans

Credit Cards

See our comparison table of all credit card options

Margin Loans and Investment Accounts

Margin Loans, Cash Management, and Wealth Cash Management Account 

Agribusiness Accounts

Farm Management Deposit Account rates (note that these can only be taken out in an individual's name)

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Business Banking Interest Rates

Business Transactions and Savings Accounts

Including Business Everyday, Premium, Saver accounts, Business flexiRates, and previous business banking accounts

Business Loans

Secured and unsecured overdrafts, small business and the Business Ready Package

Agribusiness Accounts

Farm Management Deposit Account rates (note that these can only be taken out in an individual's name)

Business Credit Cards

Interest rates for purchases and cash advances with Suncorp Bank's Business credit cards

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