Defence Bank and Navy Health today announced an innovative and strategic partnership to deliver even greater value and services to our Members.
The partnership and sharing-of-knowledge will develop new and innovative ways to assist Members of both organisations with their banking and health needs.
Defence Bank CEO David Marshall said the historic agreement is an exciting initiative which will respect our shared history and purpose, and spark fresh opportunities.
"This is a significant partnership to deliver Members an even broader set of financial services to support our joint memberships," Mr Marshall said. "We share a lot in common with Navy Health, including our Member-focused core values and our long history of working in partnership with the Defence community."
Navy Health CEO Ron Wilson said the partnership with Defence Bank has exciting potential for Members. "With our Membership bases, core values, and core services aligning very closely, Navy Health and Defence Bank will be looking for mutually-beneficial opportunities to leverage our marketing activities and provide Members with increased value.
From the initial discussion, it was clearly evident that both organisations have a dedication and commitment to serving Members, and a focus on ensuring the Member is at the core of what we provide."
About Navy Health
Navy Health was established in 1955 for the family members of the Royal Australian Navy. They now operate as an independent private health insurer, whilst still maintaining close links to the Australian Defence Force by providing cover to the wider Navy, Army and Air Force communities.