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Support available for businesses impacted by JobKeeper and floods

SME Recovery Loan Scheme: now open

Loans for businesses who have received a JobKeeper payment between 4 January and 28 March 2021 or been adversely economically affected by the recent floods.

  • Business loans up to $5m
  • No establishment fee2
  • Loan terms up to 10 years
  • Option to defer repayments3
  • For new and existing customers

Support available for businesses impacted by COVID-19

SME Guarantee Loan Scheme Phase 2

Loans for businesses who have been affected by COVID-19.

  • Business, vehicle, and equipment finance loans from $5k to $1m1
  • Loan terms up to 5 years
  • No establishment fee2
  • For new and existing customers.

Additional support available for businesses affected by floods

Disaster relief

  • Restructure existing loans without incurring the usual bank establishment fees
  • Customers with merchant facilities are eligible to receive assistance including monthly terminal access fee waivers for up to three months.

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  • Access grants of $5,000 to assist with the recovery and re-opening process, including repairing damage and helping with costs like the loss of equipment and stock. Eligibility criteria applies. 

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Things you should know

1. Unsecured available up to $75,000. Director guarantees may be required.

2. Other fees and charges apply.

3. An interest rate premium may apply where a payment deferral period is selected. Interest will accrue during the period of the repayment deferral.

Credit criteria, fees, charges, terms and conditions apply. Talk to your banker for product details.

The JobKeeper program is a Federal Government initiative and we provide a link to the external site for your convenience. This information is provided for general information only. Please read the Government’s fact sheet to see if you are eligible and for terms and conditions that apply. You should consider seeking independent legal, financial, taxation or other advice on how the Federal Government initiatives relate to your circumstances.