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About SBS Bank
SBS Bank - We're with you! SBS Bank have 17 branches spanning New Zealand, from Invercargill to Tauranga to Hawkes Bay
We believe our people really do make the difference. It's one of the reasons we've been named Financial Institution of the Year for 2011 by our satisfied customers.
Although we are a registered bank, we have retained our mutual building society structure. This means that our customers or members are actually our owners. Established in 1869, SBS Bank (Southland Building Society) is New Zealandâs largest building society.
SBS Bank is New Zealand owned and we keep it local. Because we don't have overseas shareholders to satisfy, we can keep our profits within New Zealand for the benefit of our customers and local communities.
- Home Loans
- Personal Loans
- Kiwidream - home ownership
- Personal Banking
- Rural banking & Loans
Please visit our website, call or pop into one of our branches.
What makes us different
Our rich heritage dating back to 1869 has enabled us to become New Zealand¿s largest building society and the first building society in the world to have achieved bank registration while retaining its mutual structure. With 14 SBS Bank branches and 2 HBS Bank branches spanning all over New Zealand, we have been contributing to the community and lending mortgage money at competitive prices for about a century and a half.