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An ANZ Business Cheque Account is a transaction account designed to meet the day-to-day requirements of an active business.

Our automatic cheque book service means that before your current book is finished, you will receive a new cheque book without having to ask.

ANZ Business Cheque Accounts may be opened in sole, joint, company, business, club, group, government department or agency names.

Cheque overdraft

Adding a cheque overdraft facility enables your business to meet fluctuating day-to-day working capital requirements as they arise. It provides you with a line of credit to help manage your business cash flow.

With an overdraft facility, there is no fixed or minimum monthly payment, and interest is calculated only on the portion of funds actually being used.

The balance, when in debit, should be maintained within the limit. The limit is usually reviewed annually, taking account your account performance and business needs.

 Features at a glance

Customer need ANZ solution
Ways to access your account ANZ Internet Banking, ANZ Phone Banking, ATMs, ANZ Branches or cheque book (optional).
Fast deposit boxes are available in ANZ branches for safe lodgement of your deposits (including cash).
Cheque overdraft An overdraft facility can be linked to the ANZ Business Cheque Account to assist with short-term cash flow requirements (subject to ANZ's normal credit approval criteria).
Statements Monthly or on request. Customers also have 24 hour access to their account details via ANZ Internet Banking and ANZ Phone Banking.
Direct debits, credits and periodical payments Regular payments, such as loan repayments, can be made automatically by ANZ from your account.
Fees and charges Fees and charges are payable.

Open an account now

Open an ANZ Business Cheque Account today by visiting your local ANZ branch or call +679 3213 000 to speak to an ANZ specialist today.

Terms and conditions available upon request. Fees and charges apply. All lending is subject to ANZ’s normal credit approval criteria.

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