At MOVE Bank, we are very proud of who we are, and what we stand for. The Railways Credit Union was founded in 1968 to support Queensland Rail employees to buy a home. 55 years later, we are still here, connecting with our community to enrich and support our members’ financial wellbeing.


Recently we held our annual staff development day which was a great opportunity to gather as a team to reflect on our roles and how we can work together to continue to live our purpose as a member owned bank. After 6 months as CEO at MOVE Bank, I am already very proud of the organisation and our staff, and the belief that we all have in the MOVE Bank purpose.


Delivering Outstanding Value to Our Members
Our members come from all across Australia and are people who want the real deal from a bank. That can mean different things to different people (competitive rates, simpler documentation or a better return), but it also means something more human – a bank that understands that “value” is not just financial – it is also service, people, community, connection.

"MOVE Bank’s Straightforward Plus product was awarded RateCity’s 2023 Gold Award"

I am pleased to share that MOVE Bank’s Straightforward Plus product was awarded RateCity’s 2023 Gold Award in both the Best Variable Home Loans and Best Investor Variable Home Loans categories. These awards are a great recognition of the value that our home loans offer and reinforce our commitment to maintaining a competitive range of products for our members.


Lastly, thank you for being a MOVE Bank member. I very much look forward to leading this outstanding team to help you with banking the way it should be. Whatever contentment, happiness and the future looks like for our members, we are here for the long haul, and look forward to being part of the journey.


Mike Currie
Chief Executive Officer


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