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Rabobank Loan Variable Base Rate

Following the Reserve Bank of Australia’s announcement to increase the Official Cash Rate (OCR) by 0.50% on 7th June 2022, the Rabobank Loan Variable Base Rate will increase from 3.36% to 3.86% effective 17 June 2022.

Getting ready for the end of Financial Year

The countdown to the end of the financial year has begun and we want to help make things as smooth as possible as you prepare for tax time. This page contains useful information you will need for EOFY with us, including key processing dates and how to contact us.

Cut-off dates and times

Our last day of processing for the 2021/22 financial year will be Thursday, 30 June 2022.
The cut-off time is 5pm Sydney time across all tasks, unless stated otherwise.

Date Information
Tuesday, 21 June Last day to request quotes on Equipment Finance.
Thursday, 23 June Last day to request quotes on Prepayment of interest on ‘Fixed Interest Options’ linked to your All In One Account.
Thursday, 23 June Last day to submit Farm Management Deposit (FMD) account application. Please call us before 2pm (Sydney time).
Monday, 27 June Last day to return signed documents related to Equipment Finance if you choose to settle before 2022 EOFY.
Thursday, 30 June Last day to open an additional Farm Management Deposit (FMD) account if you already have an FMD account with Rabobank. Please call us before 2pm (Sydney time).

Please note incomplete requests received prior to the cut-off and requests received after the cut-off will be processed on a best-efforts basis.

Any questions? Contact us.

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Cyber crime is a serious problem that affects both personal and business clients. Below are some tips and resources to help you protect yourself online.

  • Be wary of potential scam calls, emails or SMS messages related to the COVID-19 virus, don’t click on any links or respond to calls unless you have independently confirmed the information received.
  • Be aware that scammers are cold calling clients pretending to be from Internet and Telephone Service Providers seeking remote access to computers, always independently confirm any calls received and don’t share your Login ID, Password, Token Codes or PINs with anyone.
  • Be aware that scammers are cold calling clients offering high return fraudulent investments, independently check any investment offers received with a registered financial advisor.
  • If you receive invoices by email, be aware of potential email compromise and independently confirm the account details received are correct prior to payment.
  • Be vigilant when opening emails which contain links or attachments, even from trusted sources. Spam emails may infect your computer with malware or ransomware.

Have you read our Security page? It has even more tips and resources to help you better protect yourself online.