5 September 2022
It is the policy and objective of the ABA and its Council, and each of its member banks, to observe and strictly comply with all applicable provisions of the CCA with respect to the conduct of the ABA Activities or any other applicable instruments, such as authorisations granted by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. The ABA will not support, or knowingly be party to, any agreement, understanding or practice that may contravene the CCA and/or other applicable instruments.
Love is in the air, but so are scammers looking to exploit the season of hearts and flowers. As Valentine’s Day approaches, the Australian Banking Association (ABA) urges everyone to be extra cautious and scam-proof their heart from romance scams and other fraudulent schemes. “Scammers play the part and prey on people’s emotions,” ABA CEO… Read more »
Banks have dedicated hardship teams on standby to help those impacted by Tropical Cyclone Kirrily and the Australian Banking Association has urged those in need of financial assistance to reach out. “With the second major cyclone in as many months followed by torrential rain, people in Queensland have been dealt yet another serious blow. I… Read more »
Today the Australian Banking Association has told Queenslanders impacted by major flooding as a result of cyclone Jasper that banks have teams on standby to help those in need. “The ABA urges anyone in need of financial assistance to reach out to their bank, and to do so as early as possible. Dedicated hardship teams… Read more »