SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank
Contact details and opening hours
Contact SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank
30 & 33 Hibberson St, Gunaghlin, ACT 2912
SERVICE ONE is Canberra’s only locally-owned banking institution, serving the needs of residents and small businesses for over 50 years.
SERVICE ONE is a customer-owned financial services provider - owned by the people who save and borrow with them. SERVICE ONE don’t have customers – they have Members, and they share the benefits of profits with Members and the broader community. Anyone can become a Member of SERVICE ONE and enjoy the personal and small business banking solutions on offer.
Their local approach means SERVICE ONE can react faster to Members' needs, and they're known for a personal, friendly approach. SERVICE ONE offers a range of financial products and services including a full range of housing loans, personal loans, credit cards, deposit accounts, investment products, insurance, financial planning services and more.
SERVICE ONE offer a variety of loans to suit your needs: designed to help you get what you want, with the features you need, at the lowest possible cost. Whatever the reason, chances are there's a loan solution that is right for you.
With a SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank home loan you can be assured of getting a great interest rate and having the flexibility to structure your loan so that it suits you.
Are you thinking about taking that holiday, renovating your house or turning some other dream into a reality? If so, there's a SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank loan for you.
Thinking of buying a new or used car? With a SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank car loan, you get a competitive interest rate and quick approval so you can buy the car you want when you want.
Need help when unexpected bills arrive or do you want the security of having extra funds when you need them? Apply for a SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank Overdraft facility attached to your Day to Day Account and only pay interest on what you use.
Loan Repayment Insurance
Consumer Credit Repayment Insurance helps meet your regular loan repayments should you become sick, disabled, unemployed or pass away.