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Savings for Trust accounts

Get flexibility and access while growing your savings with our competitive Trust accounts. 100% of savings are used to fund Australian farmers, so you can also feel satisfyingly good about your savings. Read more about how we're helping support the food and agriculture sector in Australia.

High Interest Savings Account

High Interest Savings AccountUp to
2.70% p.a.^

Gets you the most out of every dollar you save without changing your everyday bank.

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PremiumSaver

PremiumSaverUp to
2.00% p.a.*

Gives you a higher rate of interest just for increasing your balance by at least $200 each month*.

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Notice Saver

Notice Saver90 Day Notice Saver up to
2.20% p.a.

Ideal when you don't need instant access to your savings and want to stay focused on your goals.

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Term Deposits

Notice Saver5 year term up to
3.15% p.a.

Gives you a guaranteed return on your savings and you can start from as little as $1,000.

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^Current 4 month introductory variable rate for new Trust customers on deposits up to $250,000. Rate subject to change.
*Maximum rates apply when your closing balance on the last day of the month is at least $200 higher than it was at the beginning of the first day of the month (excluding interest earned).
Give your savings a boost with a 4 month introductory variable rate of 2.70% p.a.*
*New customers get a 4 month introductory variable rate on our High Interest Savings Account for deposits up to $250,000

We're straight talking

We won’t wrap things up in financial or legal jargon and if we change anything, including our rates we’ll always tell you.

We're competitive

We’re only online, so we have fewer overheads, which means we can offer competitive rates and won’t charge you account keeping fees.

 

We're human

Our Customer Service Centre is operated by real people, based in Sydney, Australia.

Like to look around before you ask for help? We also have an online Help Centre to answer your questions.

The most commonly asked questions

What is a Trust Account?

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A Trust account is opened and owned for the purposes of a trust, by the trustee(s) of the trust.

Are there any account keeping fees?

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No, RaboDirect does not charge any account fees on any savings accounts or Term Deposits. 

Can I certify my own documents?

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We require document certification to be done by an authorised third-party.

Even if you are an authorised certifier yourself, we will still require a third party to certify your documents for you. A list of authorised certifiers is provided above and on page 1 of your printed application form.

How secure is my RaboDirect account?

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RaboDirect is committed to keeping your money and identity secure. This is why all our customers get a free Digipass. The Digipass provides leading online banking security and is much safer than a simple username and password. It randomly generates single-use security access codes for logging in and authorising transactions.

We take pride in our excellent security record and we are very careful to maintain it. Now you can bank online with complete peace of mind.

Secure connection
If you login to the secure site, a secure connection is made between your computer and our computer. Always at first check if the url in the browser address bar exactly matches https://secure.rabodirect.com.au/. Nothing else other than https://secure.rabodirect.com.au/ may appear between the opening and closing “/”

A secure connection provides that any data transaction is encrypted with a key only known by the computers involved - like messages that are being sent by sealed envelopes.

How many Trust accounts can my Trust have?

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A trust can only have one High Interest Savings Account with RaboDirect. Once this has been established, you can also have an additional Purpose Saver Account.

Are RaboDirect savings accounts available to all types of customers?

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RaboDirect products are designed and intended for use by the majority of retail customers. Unfortunately, our systems and processes are not designed to enable us to offer deposit accounts to certain types of customers who may require a higher level of processing or monitoring due to regulatory requirements. Examples of customers we are unable to offer savings accounts to include (but is not limited to) wholesale depositors, professional investment entities and charities.