Send & Receive Money within SWIFT

A Swift payment is a paid service (paid by the sender) that is faster than a standard EFT payment as EFT is generally made available overnight whereas SWIFT can be made available within hours from initiation1.

Receiving a Swift Payment within Australia

If you are an Australian Mutual Bank member and would like to receive a payment from within Australia and have the funds made available fast, you can choose to receive a Swift payment1.

If you are to receive a Swift Transfer, please pass the details below to the sender so the payment can be successfully received and processed into your Australian Mutual Bank account.

  • BSB: 802 084
  • Account: 'Your Australian Mutual Bank Member Number' and 'Name'


Sending a Swift Payment within Australia

If you would like to send a Swift Payment, please visit a branch or call 13 61 91 for further information. Before you proceed with making a Swift Transfer, please ensure you have the correct details for the person you are seeking to send a Swift transfer to1. This includes:

  • SWIFT CODE: Receiver's Financial Institution Swift Code Details
  • SWIFT BANK: Receiver's Financial Institution Swift Bank Name
  • BSB: Receiver's Financial Institution BSB Number
  • Account: 'Receivers Account Number' and 'Name'


Please Note: There is a fee involved in sending a Swift payment1

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This information has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs.

1. SWIFT Payments are arranged through Cuscal Limited ABN 95 087 822 455 AFSL 244116. Telegraphic Transfers are undertaken at the sender's risk and CUSCAL, and/or their subsidiary companies and/or their agents accept no liability for any delay, mistake, or omission which may happen in its transition, or misinterpretation when received, or from failure to identify the payee. The majority of banks charge processing fees which vary between banks/countries. If these fees are deducted from the transmitted funds, this will result in the beneficiary receiving a lesser amount than transmitted. Australian Mutual Bank may receive a commission or other financial benefits for the referral of business to CUSCAL.