The Bank of Melbourne (BoM) was born in 1989 when the RESI Statewide Building Society was granted a banking license and listed on the ASX. For ten years actor Jack Thompson urged Victorians to bank with Bank of Melbourne. In 1996 Bank of Melbourne acquired Challenge Bank and operated 125 branches. By 1997, Westpac took control of Bank of Melbourne.
Despite closing the brand in 2004, Westpac relaunched the Bank of Melbourne in 2011 with a full suite of loans and accounts. All Westpac owned St George Bank branches in Victoria were rebranded to Bank of Melbourne.
You can read more about Bank of Queensland in InfoChoice’s Review of BoM or compare Bank of Melbourne with other home loan lenders, savings accounts, term deposits, personal loans and credit card issuers at InfoChoice.
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