Our story

St.LukesHealth, Bank of us, and Spirit Super (formerly Tasplan) have been part of the Tasmanian landscape collectively for more than 240 years and have now come together with a shared vision to support Tasmanians to get back on their feet.
From the beginning
We’ve always been about helping Tasmanians
Over 30,000 Tasmanians trust their savings and investments or their dream of home or business ownership with Bank of us.

St.LukesHealth helps more than 61,000 Tasmanians live a life of health and wellbeing.

126,000 Tasmanian members trust Spirit Super (formerly Tasplan) to help them achieve their best possible financial future.
We’ve supported Tasmanians through good times
St.LukesHealth supports Tasmanians through the best moments – from pregnancy through to your footy comeback, time with the grandchildren or running a marathon.

Tasmanians are hard workers, and at Spirit Super our goal is to make your super work as hard as you do.

Bank of us has been helping Tasmanians achieve their financial goals for over 150 years.
and tough times
We have joined forces to support the financial, physical and mental wellbeing of Tasmanians in the new normal of post COVID-19 and have committed $100k to support a range of initiatives that will help get Tasmanians back on their feet. We hope that our partnership, the Pulse of Tasmania, will evolve to be a valuable resource for all Tasmanians.

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Tasmanians have made us who we are

Bank of us
Pulse of Tasmania
Bank of us is a trading name of B&E Ltd ABN 32 087 652 088 | St.LukesHealth ABN 81 009 479 618 | Motor Trades Association of Australia Superannuation Fund Pty Ltd (ABN 14 008 650 628, AFSL 238718) is the trustee of Spirit Super (ABN 74 559 365 913) and issues interests in Spirit Super
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