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Support for Australia's Small and Medium-sized Businesses

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Unity Bank has today responded to the Australian Government’s Coronavirus SME Scheme with the following measures added to support Australian small and medium-sized businesses.

During the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, we understand the distressing times for businesses. We are always here to support you and your business, and in consultation with the Australian Government, we are pleased to announce a stimulus package that can help put the wind back in your sails.

Under the scheme, Unity Bank will offer an unsecured 3-year term loan to all business customers with a turnover of less than $50 million. For the first six months, payments are deferred and interest to be capitalised. After the deferral period, you can choose to pay Principal and Interest payments, or in certain circumstances Interest Only payments with full clearance of the debt at the end.

These loans will be offered to new and existing members at a variable interest rate and a minimum establishment fee of $500.

To get started or find out more, request a call back from our Lending Specialist or call 1300 36 2000 to arrange a discussion about your business needs today.

 

Credit eligibility criteria, terms and conditions and fees and charges apply.

These products are only available to approved business customers and for business purposes only. This offer is to assist with working capital and other cash flow requirements but cannot be used to refinance existing debt. Loan applications between $10,000 and $40,000 will be accepted for assessment, and applications above $40,000 will be determined on a case by case basis. View our current terms and conditions and consider them before making any decision about these products. Any advice or information on this site does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs and you should consider whether it is appropriate for you. Please review our Disclosure Documents before acquiring any product.

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