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View a list of Bank First reports including Annual Reports, Securitisation Reporting, Workplace Gender Equality and Modern Slavery.


Annual Reports

Our Annual Report and Annual Review contain everything you need to know about Bank First. The Annual Report contains the full financial results, while the Annual Review contains a summary of our overall performance in the year and our support for the Community.


Annual Review


Securitisation Reporting

Bank First as an Information Provider to the RBA is required to make certain data publicly available to users who require it to evaluate Asset Backed Securities (ABS) for investment purposes or for professional or academic research purposes. If you would like to make an enquiry or arrange access to the data please click the Request Further Information text below. Further information can be found at the RBA website.


Workplace Gender Equality Report

In accordance with the requirements of the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012. We can inform you that in August 2021, Bank First lodged its annual public report with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. A copy of this report is available below.

As Members of Bank First you may make comments on the report to us by emailing your comment directly to Louise Marshall, or to the Agency. Please refer to the Agency’s guidelines on this process on their website at


Modern Slavery

The International Labour Organisation reported in 2016 that at any given time an estimated 40.3 million people are in modern slavery globally, including 24.9 million in forced labour and 15.4 million in forced marriage. Modern slavery is a crime.

The Global slavery index estimates that in 2018 there were 15,000 living in Australia in modern slavery, a prevalence of 0.6 victims of modern slavery for every thousand people in the country.

Forced labour and related practices exist in the operations or supply chains of most businesses. Slavery occurs in every region of the world, including Australia due to the reliance on imported goods particularly those from south East Asia meaning Australia is particularly exposed.

We’re committed to a long-term effort to reduce and hopefully eliminate, modern slavery from its supply chains and operations. To that end, it has engaged and been working closely with subject matter experts on modern slavery. We view this as an important component of its broader corporate social responsibility and human rights obligations.

We’ve put in place policies and processes in relation to workplace rights and to help identify, prevent and remediate modern slavery in its supply chain.

Our modern slavery risk assessment identified sector, industry, product, service and entity risks in our operational and investment portfolio supply chains and then followed the money flows relating to these categories into and out of Australia which, in turn, indicated the likelihood for modern slavery to occur in our supply chains within these categories, as opposed to actual occurrence within each individual supplier.

Our Modern Slavery Statement provides further details about the specific actions we’ve taken to assess and address modern slavery risks.

Our Modern Slavery Statement was submitted to the Australian Border Force on 20 December 2022.

Download our Modern Slavery Statement.

Codes and Procedures

Read Bank First Codes and Procedures.