Medipeople in partnership with Westpac Migrant Banking
Whether you’re moving to Australia to work, study or you’re planning on settling permanently, have your finances organised when you arrive.
Westpac can help you easily set up an everyday bank account or savings account, apply for a credit card or assess mortgage options before you depart. It’s one less thing to worry about. Westpac Migrant banking also helps migrants to apply for home loans before or immediately after arriving in Australia. We may also be able to assist you with pre-approval. Please contact email@example.com for further information or to be put in contact with a dedicated mortgage consultant.
Medipeople has partnered with international payment expert OFX
Clients might typically use their bank when sending funds internationally, but may not be aware of the excessive fees and poor exchange rates they offer.
OFX will provide fast fee-free transfers at lower rates than the banks for all Clients potentially saving you thousands.
Our focus is providing consumer and business clients with a better deal. The group has been operating since 1998 and completed client transfers in excess of AUD$19 billion in 2016, used for anything from making mortgage repayments on an overseas property to supporting a family members’ education abroad, paying international invoices, weddings or even medical expenses.
REGISTER NOW for free with no obligation and when the need arises, you’ll enjoy:
- Zero transaction fees (for payments above $250 AUD)
- Extremely competitive foreign exchange rates across 55 currencies
- Online access 24/7
- 24/7 Access to a dedicated FX Dealer by phone
- Risk management tools through Limit Orders and Forward Exchange Contracts
- Complete exchange rate transparency and email exchange rate alerts
- Access to their highly regarded daily and weekly “Market Commentary”
To speak to one of their accredited dealers about your requirements call +612 8667 8000 (1300 300 424 in Australia; 0845 686 1950 in the UK; 1800 680 0750 in Canada or 0800 161 868 in NZ) or register online.