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ACT Government

This site is provided for the ACT government and agencies to provide both information to assist with your transactional banking requirements, and the forms that are commonly used.

Product forms

Westpac is pleased to offer a new digital forms experience that makes establishing products and services with Westpac fast, efficient and easy.

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Westpac accounts

Information on opening and closing your accounts with Westpac Institutional Bank.

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QuickService

QuickService is Westpac Institutional Banking's online portal which has been purpose built for agencies of the Australian Capital territory to initiate and manage service requests directly to their Westpac Client Service Team.

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Corporate Online

Information to establish new users or administrators and to manage new accounts and services in Corporate Online.

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Direct Entry services

Information to assist in the establishment and management of Direct Entry, including payroll and/or direct debit facilities.

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Term deposits

How to establish and manage term deposits using either Corporate Online or a Westpac form.

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Merchant facilities

Information and forms to establish and manage card merchant facilities, such as EFTPOS facilities.

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Commercial cards

Repository of all commerical cards forms online

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Other services

Information and forms for recurring payments, stopping cheques, transaction enquiries, specially printed forms or establishing cheque cashing authorities.

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Westpac contacts

Contact information for your Westpac Client representatives or Help Desks, to assist with your enquiry.

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Things you should know

Westpac is authorised in the United Kingdom by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Westpac operates in the United States of America as a federally chartered branch, regulated by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.