Business credit cards

Bankwest is no longer offering new business products under the Bankwest brand, and are now offering to redirect or transition customers to Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CommBank).

If you’re an existing Bankwest customer with a query on your existing accounts

If you have a general business enquiry, please contact us.

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CommBank is committed to ensuring your safety online through services and security features, including real time monitoring, fraud protection, secure banking and resources to help keep your business cyber-safe.

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From small business to corporate or regional and agribusiness, CommBank offers 24/7 support and innovative solutions designed to make business easier, back by specialised teams with deep industry knowledge.

Our business credit cards

If you want a new business credit card, we will offer to redirect you to CommBank.

CommBank are here to help you make business moves and offer a range of credit card options to suit businesses looking for competitive rates, rewards or corporate cards.

If you’re looking for information about your existing Bankwest business credit card, see below.

Business Corporate Mastercard®

How does my interest-free period work?

When you make purchases, interest doesn’t get charged right away. To take advantage of interest free days on purchases (which can be up to 55 calendar days) you’ll need to pay the total amount owing on your current statement, excluding any promotional or introductory balance transfer amount(s), by the payment due date.

Interest is charged on all purchases on your outstanding balance from the day after the payment due date. A new interest free period starts as soon as the balance is paid in full. Visit our credit card interest page for more info.

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Business Specialists Team

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Business Banking Specialists

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For the Low Rate Mastercard and the Large Rewards Mastercard, the primary cardholder takes personal liability for repaying all balances owing on the account (including those balances owed by additional cardholders).

For the Corporate Mastercard, the chosen accountholder takes liability for all transactions on the account, including those made by additional cardholders.

The chosen ‘accountholder’ is the person, company, partnership, trust, club or association that has been identified as the ‘accountholder’ when the card was originally applied for. Where the accountholder is one or more individuals, each individual must be aged 18 years or older.

Mastercard and the circles design are registered trademarks, and tap & go and smart data are trademarks, of Mastercard International Incorporated.