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Announcements by financial institutions

Announcements by financial institutions

Announcements by financial institutions

Many financial institutions are announcing a range of concessions to support borrowers.

Temporary reductions in interest, suspension of loan repayments, waivers of fees and improved access to new borrowings are available in many instances and we recommend clients consider taking advantage of these concessions based on their circumstances.

We have provided an overview of the key announcements and links to support packages from the major banks which you can navigate using the links on the left. This list is not exhaustive and other financial institutions will have additional announcements and measures in place. Every financial institution will also continue to apply their own Financial Hardship policy as well as the new temporary measures.

Whether your bank is listed here or not, we recommend you get in touch with your contact at your financial institution and investigate the options available to you as an individual or as part of your business strategy to support operations and boost your business’s contingency reserves at this time.



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