IMB Banking & Financial Services

IMB Bank
Banking (Mutual)
Industry Banking and financial services
Founded 1880[1]
Headquarters Wollongong, Australia
Products Personal Banking, Business Banking

Established in 1880, Illawarra Mutual Bank has been helping people achieve their financial goals for 135 years in the Illawarra region. We do this by offering competitive products, practical solutions and superior customer service.

IMB offers a full range of banking solutions including home and personal lending, savings and transaction accounts, term deposits, business banking, financial planning and can arrange a wide range of insurance and travel products.

IMB has a growing branch network throughout the Illawarra, Sydney, NSW South Coast, the ACT and Melbourne. We have a lending specialist in every branch and a team of mobile lending specialists who will come to you.

IMB members enjoy access to over 3,000 ATMs that are free from direct-charge fees1, free automated phone and internet banking and a team of professionals who are just a phone call away at our locally based call centre.

IMB is regulated by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority and is a member of the Customer Owned Banking Association, an independent organisation representing mutual banks, building societies and credit unions. We have around 180,000 members and assets of more than $4.7 billion.

We’re also supporting your community. The IMB Community Foundation was established in 1999 and since that time has provided $7.1 million to support more than 450 projects.

IMB Community Foundation

The IMB Community Foundation was established in 1999. The Foundation supports projects that enhance the economic self-sufficiency of communities as well as generating economic, social, cultural, environmental, tourism and educational benefits for those communities.


  1. N. G. Butlin (1964). Investment in Australian economic development: 1861 - 1900. Cambridge University Press. p. 252.


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