In May of this year, ACAPMA announced that it had entered into an exciting partnership with the Commonwealth Bank to provide members with access to highly competitive arrangements in respect of merchant accounts and capital financing.
“We thought it was about time independent service station operators got a better deal on EFTPOS rates and so we approached the Commonwealth Bank to see if we could level the playing field”, said ACAPMA CEO Mark McKenzie.
But the benefits of the alliance with Commonwealth Bank aren’t simply limited to special rates on EFTPOS services.
Under the new arrangements, ACAPMA members can organise a no-obligation discussion with one of the Commonwealth Bank’s Business Bankers to discuss:
- Day-to-day banking: Getting the right business accounts and payment solutions for your business.
- Asset finance: Helping you buy equipment or vehicles via a customised repayment plan, so you can manage your cash flow and avoid eroding your working capital.
- Commercial finance: Finding a product that meets your financial needs, including bank guarantees, cash advances, flexible loans, business lines of credit, business credit cards and overdraft facilities.
- Investment: Assisting you with a variety of short, medium and long term investment opportunities to help cover cash-flow shortfalls, finance business expansion and build wealth for the future.
ACAPMA members are also entitled to a free Business Financial Health Check. A Business Banker will look at every aspect of your business to ensure you have just what you need for success.
The Commonwealth Bank deal is exclusive to ACAPMA members and is the first of a number of special member offers that will be rolled out to ACAPMA members over the next 12 months.
“We are committed to delivering bottom line benefits to our members and this partnership with the Commonwealth Bank is a further example of our commitment”, Mark said.
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