Vidya Vishwanathan

1st December, 2021

With over a decade of rich experience in branding, digital advertising, graphic and interface design, Vidya’s zest for colours, shapes, sizes and pixels come alive in an intricate world of modern and minimalistic design. Having studied advertising, graphic and interface design, her work ethic and skill-set always come to the fore, whether it is in defining communication, creating an intuitive interactive space, or helping brands achieve their full potential and targets through a coherent identity and visual language. With a ‘never settle’ attitude that helps her collaborate with peers and successfully carry brand campaigns to their last mile, she has accumulated experience with notable brands like Reliance Jio, Jeep, Amazon, Taj Hotels, Aditya Birla Group, Godrej, Hindustan Times, Sportobuddy, Legrand, Anchor, etc.

What's a
Restricted ADI?

International Bank of Australia is authorised by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) to operate under a Restricted Authorised Deposit-taking Institution licence until 2nd November 2024. Under this authority International Bank of Australia has restrictions on the amount of deposits it can take. Under this restricted licence International Bank of Australia is not required to meet the full ADI prudential framework and will not be offering banking products to the general public.

International Bank of Australia has put in place arrangements to protect customers in the event it is required by APRA to discontinue banking business and exits the banking industry. This includes:

- International Bank of Australia being required by APRA to contact customers to advise how they are impacted, e.g. deposits may be returned or transferred to another bank;
- the Banking Act 1959 provisions for the protection of depositors apply to International Bank of Australia; and
- International Bank of Australia is covered by the Australian Government Financial Claims Scheme (FCS). The FCS applies only to protected accounts. It is important customers check the terms and conditions of their specific product to determine if it is protected under the FCS.

You can read more about how banks are licensed on this page on the APRA website:
Licensing guidelines for authorised deposit-taking institutions | APRA
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