A Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) is a document, or sometimes a group of documents, that contains information about a financial product including any significant benefits and risks, the cost of the financial product and the fees and charges that the financial product issuer may receive. Supplementary PDSs may be issued from time to time and must be read in conjunction with the PDS to which they relate.
A Financial Services Guide (FSG) describes the financial services offered by, and important information about, a financial services licensee. Westpac Banking Corporation holds an Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL). AFSL No 233714.
A Credit Guide (CG) provides important information about a licensee's obligations in relation to consumer lending products regulated by the National Credit Code. Effective 1 March 2011, Westpac holds an Australian Credit Licence (ACL) No. 233714.
Code of Banking Practice
The is a voluntary code of conduct for member banks of the Australian Bankers Association. It sets standards of good banking practice for banks to follow when dealing with individual and small business customers, prospective customers and guarantors.
How to obtain a PDS or FSG
This page provides you with electronic access to the PDSs for financial products and services that are identified on this website and that are issued by Westpac Banking Corporation, product issuers within the Westpac Group of Companies and non related third party product issuers, together with electronic access to the FSGs for these companies.
Please note that some PDSs are not yet available and that some financial products, such as bank products and margin loans, are not required to have a PDS.
Other disclosure documents
In addition to PDSs and FSGs this website also contains other disclosure documents such as prospectuses, product information statements (PIS), annual reports and product offerings.
Westpac personal customers' disclosure documents.
Westpac business customers' disclosure documents.