We’re giving every new customer $2k to spend with our hospitality customers.

In partnership with Liven, Judo Bank is offering all new trading business customers who sign up to a business loan or line of credit, $2,000 to spend with our hospitality customers. Businesses who’ve had it tougher than most. Click to find out more

We’re giving every new customer $2k to spend with our hospitality customers.

T&Cs apply. Ends 28/02/21. New customers only. Min. loan amount $250,000.

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At Judo Bank we’re determined to give Aussie businesses a fairer go. We believe that in business, relationships matter; it’s why our business bankers take the time to truly understand you and your business, face-to-face.

Our Solutions

We provide business lending solutions starting from $250,000 for small to medium-sized businesses. Our team of experienced business bankers are currently located in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth with many more locations to come.
We are delighted to introduce the 2020 Annual Review
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There's a 90 billion dollar funding gap...

Judo Bank commissioned The SME Banking Insights Report in 2019. This is an independent survey that talked to 1,750 SME’s on their experience when it comes to borrowing money, which found there was an $90 billion funding gap.

The Judo Bank team, with experience at the highest levels of some of the world’s largest banks, saw an opportunity to give Aussie businesses a fairer go.

Full Report
Judo Bank 2019 Consolidated Financial Results
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Judo Bank in the News

9 January 2021

The Australian

Don't cut support too quickly: Judo

The federal government should consider moving away from hard end dates for pandemic support for small business, as the economy braces for a “real testy period” of company hardship and collapse in the June quarter. That's the view of Judo Bank joint chief executive Joseph Healy, whose challenger bank focuses on the small and medium business sector. He highlighted that insolvencies were running about 35 per cent below comparable periods - due to COVID-19 support packages - meaning there would be a sharp bounce as measures were withdrawn, with the possibility the number of businesses folding could exceed that by a further 25 per cent. “The period between the end of March and the end of June in particular is going to be the real testy period,” Mr Healy said.

23 December 2020

The Australian

Judo raising values neobank at $1.6bn

The Myer family and Bain Capital-backed Judo Bank has revealed it has secured more than $140m from new investors in its latest capital raising, valuing the challenger neobank for small and medium-sized businesses at more than $1.6bn. Judo Bank confirmed on Tuesday that it had raised $280m in new equity, with 60 per cent of the raising coming from new major institutional investors, most of whom are believed to be offshore. Seventy per cent of the bank's largest current shareholders, which include the likes of Bain Capital Credit, Myer Family Investments, Abu Dhabi Capital Group, Ironbridge, SPF Investment Management, OPTrust and Tikehau Capital, chose to resubscribe and increase their stakes in the issue. The raising takes to $510m the value of equity raised by Judo Bank this year and gives the bank a post-money valuation exceeding $1.6bn, representing an increase of more than 60 per cent in value over the past seven months during the COVID-19 pandemic.

22 October 2020

Christine St Anne

Neobanks assess their role in the future of banking

The year saw a number of neobanks shelve their plans for full product rollouts as COVID-19 unfolded but the sector remains vibrant as three neobanks address a number misconceptions over the outlook for the sector. Volt Bank CEO Steve Weston; Judo Bank CRO Jacqui Colwell and Up co-founder Dom Pym joined a panel discussion with Backbase regional vice president Malcolm Macnaughtan at the RFi Group Australian Banking and Innovation Summit.