A BSB Number is a six-digit number used to identify the individual branches of the Australian financial institution "St.George Bank (a division of Westpac Banking Corp)". The BSB code is used in addition to the bank account number to identify the recipient of a transfer.How to send money to St George Bank?
If you're receiving an international payment into your St.George account, your payer may be asked to enter the St.George SWIFT code/SWIFT BIC Address, which is: SGBLAU2S.Where are St George bank branches in Australia?
Finance Admin. List of all branches of ST.GEORGE BANK in Queensland. List of all branches of ST.GEORGE BANK in South Australia. List of all branches of ST.GEORGE BANK in Victoria. List of all branches of ST.GEORGE BANK in Western Australia.Is the St George bank code of practice legally binding?
Where it applies, the Code is a legally binding agreement between St.George and our customers. We are proud to have worked with the industry to develop the new Code which introduces a range of measures to make banking products easier to understand and more customer-focused.