Your Supplier Advocate
Your voice in The Westpac Group, helping you do business with us.
Supplier Advocacy Team
Westpac has a dedicated Supplier Advocacy function. The Westpac Supplier Advocate recognises the part our suppliers - particularly small and diverse suppliers - play in the community.
The Supplier Advocate is the voice of suppliers within Westpac for:
- Registering interest in supplying goods or services to Westpac,
- On-boarding new suppliers, including providing advice regarding the invoicing and payment process,
- Ensuring valid invoices are paid within 30 days, and obligations under the Australian Supplier Payment Code are met,
- Any queries, complaints, or escalations.
Registering Interest in Supplying to Westpac
Find more information here on how to be a supplier to The Westpac Group.
New Supplier Onboarding
Welcome to Westpac. We are excited to have you on board as a supplier! If this is your first time supplying to us, the Supplier Advocacy team is here to support you on your journey.
Westpac is proudly a signatory to the Australian Supplier Payment Code, and fully support the proposed Payment Times Reporting Scheme. We commit to paying all suppliers within 30 days of receipt of a valid tax invoice. There are specific instructions for invoicing, depending on the payment platform assigned to your business. Please contact the Supplier Advocacy Team if you require clarification.
Additional information regarding invoicing and payment processes can be found here: Payment Platforms.
Feedback, Complaints or Escalations
General supplier feedback, complaints, or escalations can be directed to the Supplier Advocacy Team.
If your feedback, complaint or escalation relates to an invoice please provide the following information:
- Invoice details (invoice number, date, value);
- Your preferred contact details; and
- A brief description of relevant details.
In addition to the Supplier Advocacy channel, please note the Westpac Whistleblower Policy.
Westpac Whistleblower Policy
Westpac has a dedicated Whistleblower Channel which allows suppliers (including their current and former employees) who have knowledge of, or reason to suspect, any reportable conduct which involves Westpac, and anyone connected within the Westpac Group to confidentially raise their concerns. Reports can be completely anonymous, or you can identify yourself to those authorised by Westpac to manage such reports. More details can be found here: or search “Speaking Up Policy” at www.westpac.com.au.
Broadly, “reportable conduct” under our policy includes any conduct which is dishonest, corrupt, fraudulent, or illegal, including any suspected modern slavery or human rights violations, involving Westpac’s operations or supply chain. Safely report such conduct via our Speak Up reporting system at https://westpac.whispli.com/whistleblowing or call a dedicated 24-hour independent Whistleblower Hotline as set out in the Speaking Up Policy.