St. George Bank is headquartered in Sydney, Australia. Before 2008 the bank was a private legal entity. However, in 2008 the bank merged with Westpac, one of Australia’s oldest banks, considered one of Australia’s “big four” banks. St. George prides itself on being more friendly and having better customer service than the “big four” banks.

St. George Bank has about 121 locations in South Australia, with 55 in Adelaide and 66 locations in the more rural parts of South Australia. The bank also has four locations in the Northern Territory of Australia and one location in Queensland. The bank is now commonly known as St. George Banking Group.

St George Bank Statement Template

Aside from a more eco-friendly approach to obtaining your bank statements, St. George Bank also offers some helpful and efficient pros to an e-statement. With online banking, you will be able to access 30, 60, and 90-day transaction history and seven years of bank statement history at your fingertips. Each time your bank statement is ready to view, you will get an email.

You can access your bank statement electronically in two ways: on your desktop/laptop or your mobile banking app. Both forms will provide an up-to-date account balance on St. George Letterhead. You can also download 30, 90, and 120-day transaction history. Below are the steps for each platform.

Mobile Banking – App

To access your bank statement via mobile banking, do the following:

  1. Open and log in to your St. George Mobile Banking App.
  2. Click “Services” at the bottom of your menu.
  3. Click “Proof of Balance” under “My Statements and Mail”.
  4. Select the account you would like a statement for and click “Create report.”


To access your bank statement on a desktop or a laptop, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your account on the St. George website.
  2. Click “Manage my accounts” on the left-side menu.
  3. Click “Proof of balance” found under “Statements and balances.”
  4. Select the account you would like a statement for and click “Create report.”

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