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Banking and money

Find unclaimed money

Do a free search for money that you may have lost in an old Australian bank account, shares, life insurance policy or super fund. Also tells you how to lodge a claim.

Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Australian Banking Reforms

The banking system is changing with a range of measures to increase competition to help you get a better deal. Find out about the banking reforms.

Treasury

Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre

Australia's anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regulator and financial intelligence unit. Provide financial information to Australian law enforcement and revenue agencies.

Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre

Banking – MoneySmart

Information about bank accounts and how to use them smartly to save money. Also includes information about the Government guarantee on deposits.
Tabs: First home saver accounts

Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Credit Ombudsman Service

The external dispute resolution scheme for the financial services industry, approved by ASIC.

Credit Ombudsman Service Limited

Exchange rates

Current exchange rates as listed by the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Reserve Bank of Australia

Financial Ombudsman Service

Provides accessible, fair and independent dispute resolution for consumers and financial services providers.

Financial Ombudsman Service

First Home Owner Grant

The First Home Owner Grant scheme is a one-off grant, payable to first home owners that satisfy all the eligibility criteria. This site provides links to the various revenue offices who are responsible for administering the grant in their respective jurisdictions.

Office of State Revenue [WA]

Reserve Bank of Australia

Conducts monetary policy, works to maintain a strong financial system and issues the nation's banknotes.

Reserve Bank of Australia

Royal Australian Mint

Produces Australia's decimal coinage and also manufactures medals, medallions, seals and tokens for private and public sectors and sporting and tourism groups.

Royal Australian Mint

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