Features & benefits

Special discounts

Discounted rates on a range of eligible home loans to help you pay off your home loan sooner.

Save on fees

No upfront home loan establishment fees, monthly home loan service fees and annual credit card fees¹ – just an annual package fee of $395.

Save on products

As part of the Wealth Package you’ll get special discounts on your eligible home loans and an annual fee waiver on one eligible credit card.


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Rates & fees

  • Discounted interest rates

    • Save 0.70% p.a. on a Standard Variable Rate home loan and Viridian Line of Credit
    • Save 0.15% p.a. on Fixed Rate home loans
  • Fees

    • $395 annual Wealth Package fee
    • $0 upfront home loan establishment fee (usually $600)
    • $0 monthly home loan service fee (usually $8)
    • $0 annual fees on one eligible credit card

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Things you should know

  • 1 Each Wealth Package is entitled to this benefit for any one eligible card account in the name of a package holder.

    2 'Package lending balance’ is the sum of the account balance of eligible home lending accounts and the credit limit of Viridian Line of Credit accounts that you have with us at the time you apply for Wealth Package. Eligible home loans are limited to those accounts that can be included in the Wealth Package.

    To be eligible for Wealth Package, you must have a current eligible home loan or line of credit with an initial package lending balance of at least $150,000 when you apply for Wealth Package. The package can be established in the name of one or two individual’s name/s, or in the name of a corporate entity. It cannot be established in the name of a business or family investment trust. Trust loans can however be linked to the trustee package (personal or company) where the trustee is an applicant (i.e. a borrower) on the loan.