If you choose to submit an application by email, Bankmail or fax, we’ll need to perform additional security checks which can take up to three business days. We’ll SMS you when we start these. We’ll also call you to perform an ID check and confirm your payment instructions (it’s a security thing).
2. A Bank Code is a series of numbers used to identify banks from around the world. It can be between 3 and 23 digits depending on the country of the bank and the type of code. It may also be called:
BSB – e.g. Australia and New Zealand (6 digits)
Clearing Code or Branch Code – e.g. Hong Kong (6 digits)
Routing Number – e.g. Canada (9 digits)
BSC (Bank Sort Code) – e.g. United Kingdom (6 digits)
Fedwire/ABA – e.g. United States of America (9 digits)
NCC (National Clearing Code)
3. An International Bank Account Number (IBAN) is used by countries to uniquely identify a person’s bank account. Australian bank accounts don't have an IBAN.