Kiwibank is 100% New Zealand owned and you’ll find us in PostShops nationwide. We’ve been thinking up ways to give Kiwi’s better value banking since 2002.
Our people are our greatest asset and, in our challenging and exciting market, it takes leaders to inspire and motivate our team.
When you join Kiwibank, you’re joining a million other kiwis and local businesses who believe what we believe, the future is ours to create. Pop in and chat to our friendly banking consultants who can help you with your banking needs, whether it’s opening an everyday transactional account, home loan guidance or more complex banking requirements.
- Everyday accounts
- Savings accounts
- Kids & students
- International & travel
- Manage your money
- Help with your account
- Compare account, rates & fees
Kiwibank Internet banking
Manage your accounts online with our internet banking. It’s easier, faster, and protected by our internet banking guarantee.
Do it all online
Manage your account
- Change or reset your password
- Update your KeepSafe questions
- Update your contact and tax details
- Send a secure message using our email service
- Notify us with your overseas travel plans
Stay on top of your finances
- Pay your bills or transfer money to family, friends or others
- Make international payments or pay tax directly to IRD
- Download electronic statements
- Set goals using Goal Tracker
Apply and open
- Open and manage your everyday or investment accounts
- Order an EFTPOS or Visa debit card, or apply for a credit card
- Apply for a home loan or a personal loan
- Join the Kiwi Wealth KiwiSaver Scheme
Kiwibank Opening Hours
- Monday 9am – 4.30pm
- Tuesday 9am – 4.30pm
- Wednesday 9am – 4.30pm
- Thursday 9am – 4.30pm
- Friday 9am – 4.30pm
- Saturday 10am – 2pm
- Sunday 10am – 2pm
Kiwibank SWIFT code
It could be that you need to transfer money to purchase property or are transferring NZD to family; Whatever the purpose of your money transfer considering the different ways of transferring money is wise as this will help you find the easiest and cheapest transfer method.
A popular way of transferring money to New Zealand is through a bank or a money sending bureau as these services are an obvious solution; these services are however an expensive way to transfer money as they offer poor exchange rates and can charge really high transfer fees.