Westpac commits $10m in aid funds to NSW and QLD flood victims

The nation’s second largest financial institution will commit $10m in flood aid to clients affected by the current east coast superstorm.

Westpac will commit $10m in aid funds to help clients severely affected by damaging flooding in NSW and Queensland.

Australia’s second largest financial institution will present clients, companies and staff with emergency grants as a part of its help for the pure catastrophe occasion that has inundated giant areas of the east coast.

Households will be capable of entry $3000 grants instantly to assist prices for important objects and companies.

The financial institution will even present $5000 enterprise grants to help with protecting the prices of damages brought on by storms and floods.

Westpac govt Chris de Bruin stated the emergency aid was solely step one within the lengthy restoration from the ordeal.

“The recent severe weather events have impacted tens of thousands of residents, and

caused devastation to homes, farms and businesses across NSW and

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Queensland,” Mr de Bruin stated.

“These grants give our impacted customers and employees one less thing to worry about as they start to get back on their feet.”
Westpac’s grants observe rival NAB asserting it will commit $3m to help its clients affected by the floods.

The financial institution has additionally prolonged its emergency help package deal, which incorporates mortgage compensation deferral and momentary will increase in overdraft limits.

Affected Westpac clients can name 1800 067 497 for help.