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  • How Do I Update My Alerts?
    how do I update my alerts http s7 addthis com js 250 addthis widget js pubid bwwebadmin Print this page

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/obb-demo/how-do-i-update-my-alerts (2014-07-08)
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  • Facebook house rules - Bankwest
    bankwest com au and we ll investigate In case you missed them on our Facebook page here are our house rules to help keep our page a happy place to be Respect and protect others Avoid infringing others rights Before you upload anything to the page text images video or audio make sure you re allowed to do it It s your responsibility to ensure that any content you post doesn t infringe the intellectual property or other rights of other people or organisations If we have concerns that you ve infringed others rights we may delete any content that has been uploaded or posted Please also note that we may re use any material you post see Other important stuff below Check with your friends If you re posting images or videos that identify other people respect their privacy and check that you have their permission Know when and why we ll moderate We don t take decisions on moderating posts lightly but we ll remove any posts that don t adhere to our house rules and block anyone who chooses to break them repeatedly We ll remove posts containing inaccurate misleading or inappropriate statements about Bankwest its products and its people personal or confidential information abusive defamatory offensive and hateful language unlawful information trolling or deliberately disruptive discussions violations of any intellectual property rights solicitation spam suspicious links e g phishing malicious content any mistakes that we make Help us keep it suitable for all audiences If you think that a posting has broken any of our house rules contact the team at abuse security bankwest com au Other important stuff posts on Bankwest s Facebook page by Facebook users do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Bankwest nor does Bankwest confirm their accuracy by using or accessing

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/about-us/welcome-to-bankwest/connect-on-social-media/facebook-house-rules (2014-07-08)
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  • email & internet security
    that you don t publish personal information that may compromise your personal security in particular you should never publish in a post tweet or a status update any private banking information like your PAN PIN bank account details or address Here are some things to consider when setting up and participating in social network sites question each piece of information that you put on your profile and whether you re willing to share it online for example your home address or phone number personal data such as birth date drivers licence number tax file number or bank account details should never be published create complex passwords using upper and lower case letters numbers and special characters such as with a different password for each site don t accept friend requests from people you don t know never consider any communication on a social networking site to be personal or private familiarise yourself with the privacy settings and security policy of any social networking sites you use if the site offers a reset password feature using a security question make sure that only you know the answer to the question sort your friends into groups so that you can share specific content with selected friends minimise the number of third party apps and services that you install or allow to access your account don t click links in messages or wall posts even links sent to you by friends without checking first if the person intended to send it to you how can we help If you have any questions or concerns regarding Bankwest security or privacy please contact us immediately personal banking customers please call us on 13 17 19 business banking customers please call us on 13 7000 If you spot a suspicious email forward it to abuse security

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/security-centre/email-internet-security?tab=social-networking (2014-07-08)
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  • Bankwest - Our Leaders
    up the Retail Distribution team going on to lead the Sales channels through the development planning and execution of Bankwest s highly acclaimed East Coast Expansion Program A Board Director of Miracle Babies a national based non for profit foundation that has over the past 12 months moved its operations into WA Princess Margaret Hospital for Children and King Edward Memorial Hospital for Women Mark resides in Perth with his wife and son Suzanne Tindal Executive Director Suzanne is a leading banking executive with significant international experience in financial services energy and IT sectors She is also a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors a Director of the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre the Bankwest Foundation Leadership WA and the Western Australian Ballet She is also a member of the Force 15 with Rugby WA Suzanne joined the Commonwealth Bank in 2007 where she was the General Manager Corporate Banking in NSW and Victoria Tasmania prior to being appointed the Executive Vice President Global Trade Transactional Banking in 2011 She moved to Perth in 2012 and is the public face of Bankwest with a number of key stakeholders including the Government of Western Australia and other Federal Regulators Prior to joining CBA Suzanne held a number of senior roles with another major Australian bank including the Chief Operating Officer Asia Jason Clifton Executive General Manager Corporate Private Banking Jason Clifton is Executive General Manager Corporate Private Banking where he leads the teams of Corporate Property Specialist Sales and Private Banking portfolios Jason joined Bankwest in 2008 and was Chief Financial Officer until his appointment to Corporate Business Banking in 2012 Prior to this he was with Commonwealth Bank from 2002 and held senior finance roles in Institutional Banking Markets CommSec Retail Bank and Corporate Centre Jason holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Western Australia is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and a Fellow of the Financial Securities Institute of Australia Andrew Whitechurch Executive General Manager Products Marketing Executive General Manager Products Marketing Andrew has extensive experience in the financial services industry spending more than twenty years various roles within the National Australia Bank Group holding senior management roles in Business and Corporate Banking Corporate Strategy Distribution Marketing Product Development Pricing Sales Development and Technology Andrew has a Bachelor of Science from Swinburne University where he graduated with distinction and a Masters of Business Administration MBA from Monash University where he was awarded the Director s Award for Academic Excellence Andrew is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has significant Board experience having formerly served as Chairman of Loyalty New Zealand Fly Buys Deputy Chairman of the Marketing Association of New Zealand and as a Director of VISA New Zealand He is a Fellow of Finsia The Financial Services and Securities Industry Association and is a former councillor on the Finsia State Council in WA He is currently a director of the West Australian Opera and is

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/about-us/welcome-to-bankwest/our-people/our-leaders (2014-07-08)
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  • How Happy Communities Works - Bankwest
    widget js pubid bwwebadmin Print this page We re taking applications on an ongoing basis The first 20 Happy Communities applications received each month that meet the entry criteria will be up for public vote We are currently accepting applications for August 2014 Awarding the grants You are invited to vote on a monthly basis for the community group you think should receive a grant The three groups with the highest number of votes will receive 1 000 each The remaining groups will receive 200 each Voting periods Voting runs for one month starting from the first Monday of each month and closing on the last Friday of each month Check out the timeline below for more information Entry month Public voting commences Public voting closes January Monday 6th January Friday 31st January February Monday 3rd February Friday 28th February March Monday 3rd March Friday 28th March April Monday 7th April Friday 25th April May Monday 5th May Friday 30th May June Monday 2nd June Friday 27th June July Monday 7th July Friday 25th July August Monday 4th August Friday 29th August September Monday 1st September Friday 26th September October Monday 6th October Friday 31st October November Monday 3rd November Friday 28th November December Monday 1st Decmber Friday 26th December Public voting When applying you ll be asked to supply a description of your community group This is what the public will see when casting their vote so make sure it showcases your group in its best light The public can only vote for their favourite community group once during each voting period Before you apply please check that your community groups meets the entry criteria vote now Vote for a community group vote grant applications Enter your local community group apply careers media centre site map terms conditions accessibility

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/about-us/in-the-community/happy-communities/how-happy-communities-work (2014-07-08)
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  • Grant Winners & Recipients - Happy Communities - Bankwest
    way to adults read more Grant 1 000 11 VOTES North Fremantle Primary School North Fremantle Primary School A Small School with Big Ideas a strong sense of identity and direction This vision is shared by students teachers our families and the local community read more Grant 200 9 VOTES Eastern Goldfields Hockey Association read more Grant 200 9 VOTES Warnbro Sound Joey Scouts read more Grant 200 8 VOTES STEPS Youth Dance Company read more Grant 200 7 VOTES Darling Range Sports College read more Grant 200 5 VOTES Morley Cricket Club read more Grant 200 4 VOTES Kwinana United Junior Soccer Club read more Grant 200 4 VOTES Pinjarra Horse and Pony Club read more Grant 200 3 VOTES Indian Society of WA read more Grant 200 3 VOTES Burrendah Primary School P C read more Grant 200 3 VOTES Thornlie Districts Swimming Club Inc read more Grant 200 2 VOTES Redbacks Softball Association Inc read more Grant 200 1 VOTES North Albany Football Club read more Grant 200 1 VOTES Carnaby s Scout Group read more Grant 200 1 VOTES Albany Regional Family History Society Inc read more Grant 200 1 VOTES BREMER BAY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE AND VISITORS CENTRE read more Grant 200 1 VOTES Bunbury Multicultural Group Inc read more Grant 200 1 VOTES Kardinya Lakes Cricket Club Inc read more Grant 1 000 14 VOTES Old Guildfordians Mundaring Hockey Club TOGMHC is a well established and thriving club which provides hockey for men women and children At present OGMHC is a growing club in the eastern suburbs of Perth with 26 teams We have over 400 members We have been active in promoting hockey in the local primary and high schools running school clinics to help develop junior players in our region We are closely aligned with Hockey WA in the growth and development of hockey throughout WA read more Grant 1 000 14 VOTES The West Australian Mountain Bike Association WAMBA The West Australian Mountain Bike Association WAMBA are the trail advocacy and co ordination body for mountain biking in Western Australia WAMBA acts as a resource for associations and clubs looking for help on trail advocacy and guide them to possible funding options WAMBA generates develops and protects trail experiences for mountain bike riders in Western Australia and promotes responsible biking and innovative and sustainable trail management read more Grant 1 000 12 VOTES Double Take Cheer Dance Cheering and dance club for the community Based in Maylands WA we offer a variety of styles for all ages including cheer acrobatics jazz hip hop and more We are hoping to tour over east at the end of the year read more Grant 200 11 VOTES Swan Hills Swimming Club Inc read more Grant 200 10 VOTES College Community Child Care Centre INC read more Grant 200 10 VOTES WOODLUPINE PRIMARY SCHOOL PARENTS AND CITIZENS ASSOCIATION INC read more Grant 200 9 VOTES 1st Ballajura Scout Group read more Grant 200 5 VOTES

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/about-us/in-the-community/happy-communities/grant-winners-recipients (2014-07-08)
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  • Bankwest - Community Grants
    more than one community group Your community group must be a registered business incorporated or unincorporated association Your community group must operate in Australia and the activity conducted with the Happy Communities grant must take place within Australia For example we cannot provide a grant for international travel The grant must not be of personal benefit to yourself or your family e g academic funding and research Your community group must not involve activities linked to animal welfare or animal activism The grant must not be used for fundraising a donation for a charitable organisation or to fund general charity overheads e g staff salary rent Your community group must not be a discriminatory political or religious organisation The grant must not involve hazardous or dangerous activities The grant must not involve gambling Frequently asked questions What types of community groups are eligible to receive a grant We accept applications from all types of community groups such as sporting clubs schools scout groups fire brigades surf lifesaving clubs dance schools choirs the list goes on You will need to ensure that your group meets the entry criteria Some examples of grants include new team uniforms or training equipment for a local sporting club provide a school award for a top performing student AV equipment for a choir to run an annual performance new training pads for a Gymnastic club new rescue board for a surf lifesaving club Can I apply for a grant to support a charitable organisation The Happy Communities grants program is run in support of local community groups across Australia This does not cover charitable organisations such as those seeking donations or fundraising Bankwest is currently supporting a number of charitable organisations through its existing relationships such as H O P E Kitchen Red Kite Edmund Rice and the Royal Flying Doctor Service How many grants can I apply for You can apply for one grant on behalf of one community group per calendar year If multiple applications are received for one community group the group will be eligible for public voting once only If you are involved with multiple community groups we encourage you to direct other members of those groups to this website so they can apply How are the Happy Communities grants awarded The first 20 applications received each month that meet the entry criteria will be up for public vote The public will be invited to vote for the group they believe should receive the grant The three community groups with the most amounts of votes will be awarded with a 1000 grant each and the remaining 17 groups will receive a 200 grant each How much money is given as a Happy Communities grant The maximum grant that Bankwest will award is 1000 each to the three community groups with the most public votes The remaining 17 community groups will receive a 200 grant each How long does the public voting period run for Voting runs for one month starting from the

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/about-us/in-the-community/happy-communities/happy-communities-entry-criteria-faqs (2014-07-08)
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  • Bankwest - Community Grants terms & conditions
    pool based on the order they were received The public will be invited to vote for the Community Group they believe should receive the grant via the website If there are over twenty applications received in a month the applications will be carried forward to the next available voting period The maximum grant that Bankwest will award is 1000 to each of the top three community groups with the most public votes The remaining 17 community groups will receive a 200 grant each Total maximum monthly prize value is 6400 In the instance where less than three applications are received in a month the community groups that have submitted an application will automatically be awarded with a 1000 grant each If more than three applications are received in a month the public voting process will commence as stated above The winner s will be notified in writing within two days of the Draw Date to their nominated electronic address The winner s details will also be published online at bankwest com au within one week of the Draw Date Bankwest will contact the entrant once the winner s has been determined to request an invoice for the amount of the grant awarded The entrant is required to submit an invoice to Bankwest and funds will be deposited into the community group s bank account within four weeks upon receiving the invoice Bankwest will request that each applicant send a photo of their community group which will be displayed on the Bankwest website during the public voting period and once grants have been awarded By providing this image to Bankwest the applicant and community group grant approval for Bankwest to use this image on their website Note payments will only be paid into a bank account in the community group s

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/about-us/in-the-community/happy-communities/happy-communities-terms-conditions (2014-07-08)
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