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As an essential service, Delphi Bank branches remain open.
However please note, our Delphi Bank Head Office at Rialto Towers will remain open for staff only. For all Melbourne Corporate Banking clients, please contact your Relationship Manager for further assistance, or find a your next closest Delphi Bank branch.
Yes. We expect all customers in Melbourne, Victoria to be wearing a face covering upon entering our branches, unless lawful exception applies to you. Masks have also become compulsory for our team members in Melbourne, Victoria, unless they too have an exception.
Please be mindful that our team members are permitted to ask you to temporarily remove your face covering for identification purposes.
As an essential service, bank branches and the network of fee-free ATMs remain open. Some ATMs may not be accessible depending on their location (those at branches or shopping centres that may have temporarily closed).
You will need to self-assess whether your business has been adversely impacted, and to what degree. Once this is determined, we will not require further evidence.
The government’s economic support package consists of two payments of $750 for eligible recipients. You can expect to receive the first $750 deposited into your nominated myGov account between 31 March and mid-April 2020. The second payment will be deposited from 13 July 2020.
For more information, or to check if you'rr eligible, visit the Department of Social Services website.
Yes. We’re offering loans at very low interest rates, supported by the Government through an SME Loan guarantee.
Your business will still need to meet certain lending criteria however. Please contact your dedicated Relationship Manager for more information.
Based on your situation, you can defer your home loan repayments for up to six months. If you choose to do this, interest and fees will still be added to your loan balance during that time.
If you have already deferred repayments for six months, you may be eligible for an additional four months relief.
Once the deferred period finishes, we’ll work with you on a plan to repay the amount you’ve deferred. This might involve increasing your minimum repayments for the deferred period, or extending the term of your loan.
As always, we’re here to help discuss your options and how they’ll affect you.
Once the deferred period finishes, we will contact you to ask whether your situation has improved, and will discuss further assistance if required. When your arrangement ends, the following options are available:
- You can repay any outstanding repayment arrears, if any, at the end of the financial assistance arrangement
- You can make a repayment plan to pay any outstanding arrears over an agreed period of time
- We can recalculate the repayments of the loan based on the capitalised interest accrued for the loan to remain on the current loan term
- We can extend the term of your loan
If you’re affected by financial hardship and require repayment relief please call the Mortgage Help Centre on 1300 138 520.
Yes. For our bank, it’s business as usual.
We're proudly part of Bendigo Bank, Australia’s fifth biggest bank, and one of its most trusted brands. We're in a very strong position to keep your money safe. Our branches remain open and our staff remain dedicated to providing you with the products and services you want and expect.
Under the Financial Claims Scheme (FCS), there is a cap of $250,000, guaranteed per person. This is the same for all Australian banks.
Visit our Financial Claims Scheme page for more information.
To start using our Mobile Banking App, you’ll need to register for Online Banking first.
No. There is no change to Online Banking transactions or payments – they are still being processed within the same timeframe as they always have.
- For the latest health information visit the Department of Health Website and stay up to date on official information with the Coronavirus Australia app
- For the latest travel information visit the Australian Border Force or Home Affairs website
- For Australian Government’s Economic Response visit the Treasury website
- For business support, visit business.gov.au support line: 13 28 26