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TSB extends Aussie bank price match to include home lending

TSB is taking its Australian-owned bank home lending price match campaign up a notch.

From today (Sunday 17 March) TSB will price match any nationally advertised home lending rate offered by an Australian-owned bank until 31 March 2019.

“TSB is thrilled to be able to extend our Aussie price match campaign and make it even better by now matching not just one-year advertised rates, but any rate offered by an Australian-owned bank,” says TSB CEO Donna Cooper.

“Across the last month, our home lending campaign has got people talking and the rhetoric is clear - many Kiwi’s aren’t comfortable with more than $5 billion in combined profit from Australian-owned banks leaving our shores.

“At TSB we feel the same. We genuinely care about what’s best for New Zealand and the more profit we keep revolving through our local economy, the better outcomes for our country and people.

“We are taking price out of the equation for home lending, so it’s easier for Kiwi’s to make the switch to a locally owned bank, and better support their own community by doing so.”

Ms Cooper says people who move their banking to TSB will never look back.

“TSB’s focus on putting our customers first is fundamental to our ongoing success, and I am incredibly proud to work with a team that is genuinely passionate about best-serving our people.

“Recently TSB received the highest customer satisfaction of any bank in New Zealand, at 88.5% according to Roy Morgan. TSB has also won the Consumer NZ People’s Choice for Banking award three years running,” says Ms Cooper.

New Zealanders can start the application process at tsb.co.nz or talk to TSB’s lending team on 0800 872 226 between 8am-7pm weekdays and 9am-5pm weekends, through a TSB branch or via one of our mobile mortgage managers. Lending terms and conditions apply.


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