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St.George Bank is an Australian bank with its headquarters in Sydney. Since a 2008 merger, the bank has been part of Westpac, having previously been an independent legal entity. In 2010 St.George was deregistered as a company and ceased to be a standalone authorised deposit-taking institution.The bank provides services primarily in New South Wales, but with growing representation across a number of industry and business segments in Queensland and Western Australia, and in Victoria before the relaunch of the Bank of Melbourne brand in July 2011 (also another division of Westpac). St.George also operates in South Australia and the Northern Territory under its subsidiary BankSA. The bank has a large number of retail branches and ATMs across Australia, and some back office operations in Bangalore, India.

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    QLD Loan from Westpac or St George Bank without Guarantor?

    Hey there! I am currently working part time and studying full time at university as well as re-opening my already successful home business. I am looking at obtaining a legal document to say that I have the capacity to sign for finance. This is to avoid having mum as my guarantor as she will...
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    VIC Funds Gone Missing from St George Bank - Fraud?

    I have 2 accounts with St George Bank in Melbourne in 2005. Currently, it shows 70-80% of funds are missing in both accounts. Could St George Bank kindly investigate it and I am in a difficult position as I have no legitimate paper trail? I have spoken to the customer service who has lodged a...
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    QLD Ex-wife Accessed Car Loan Account - St George Bank Privacy Breach?

    St George Bank Car loan department, couldn't protect my privacy. Last 2009 I bought a car under St. George finance. My ex wife managed to accessed my car loan pay out figure. We're still together when I bought the car but not anymore.