P&N Bank is proud to share history with the WA Police Force for more than 50 years. In 1969, the Western Australian Police Union Cooperative Credit Society was established. Over the years, we've become stronger through several mergers, including in 1990 when we became Police & Nurses Credit Society, which then evolved into the P&N Bank we know today.
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Speak with a P&N Bank Home Loan Specialist who can come to you anytime whether at work or at home, after hours and on weekends.
Jessica joined the P&N Bank mobile lending team in 2019 bringing with her more than 10 years of finance knowledge and experience. Her comprehensive understanding of banking practices and bank products provides you with a seamless and simple application process.
Get in touch: Contact Jessica on 0428 800 661
Ross joined the mobile lending team in 2017 with more than 30 years of financial services experience. With his extensive knowledge of home lending and the range of products P&N Bank has to offer, Ross can help you maximise your opportunities within the property market.
Get in touch: Contact Ross on 0413 200 453
Alison joined the Mobile Lending team in 2021 and brings with her over 15 years of experience helping clients with lending from all over the country. Given Alison’s experience, she is able to assist members with all aspects of their banking and can help you to understand the different rules in each state regarding purchasing property and refinancing loans.
Get in touch: Contact Alison on 0482 180 471
We're pleased to offer a range of options to help you transact and manage you accounts. From instant digital cards, mobile apps and internet banking to digital wallets – including Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google Pay™ – you'll be spoilt for choice in how you access your accounts.
It’s easy to open a new account online and benefit from banking with a customer-owned bank, based in Western Australia.
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