Bendigo and Adelaide Bank awarded at the fourth annual DBM Australian Financial Awards

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Bendigo and Adelaide Bank have been recognised at the fourth annual DBM Australian Financial Awards.

They have received awards across a number of categories including:

  • Most Recommended Business Bank (Business Banking Awards category)
  • Best Business Bank Customer Service (Business Banking Awards category)
  • Most Recommended Investor Home Loan (Financial Products Awards category)

These awards have great significance as they are truly customer focused and showcase the best of the financial services industry – as voted by over 80,000 Australian retail and business customers.

As part of the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank family, Delphi Bank embraces this success and sees receiving these awards as a great accomplishment, further signifying the strong relationships and trust it holds amongst its customer base and communities in which it operates.

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