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How to correctly export your bank statements

Date Published: 23 August 2021

Your mortgage adviser will need to check your bank statements and include them in the mortgage application.  Below are the instructions for getting the correct versions of your bank statements.

Important: We cannot use CSV, QIF, OFX or TDV files.  Please follow the steps below exactly.


How to correctly export your bank statements at ANZ

Here are the steps to download the correct version of your ASB bank statements.

Step 1: Login to your internet banking.
Step 2: Click on the menu at the top right of the screen where it says “Documents”

ANZ Bank Statements 1

Step 3: By default, the selection should be “Statements”.  Choose the correct account and select 3 or 6 months depending on what your adviser requires

ANZ Bank Statements 2

Step 4: Select “All” and click “Download Selected”.  You will see one downloaded PDF with all your bank statements collated

ANZ Bank Statements 2

How to correctly export your bank statements at ASB

Here are the steps to download the correct version of your ASB bank statements.

Step 1: Login to your internet banking.
Step 2: Click on the menu at the top left of the screen and click on “Documents” (on the right hand side of the screen)

Download your statements from ASB

Step 3: Select “Statements” and the bank accounts you would like to export.  We strongly suggest you export all bank statements even if you don’t use them or use them very rarely.

ASB Bank Statements 2

Step 4: Scroll down the page.  The list of bank statements will below and available to download.  Right click on each bank statement to save to your hard drive.

ASB Bank Statements 3

How to correctly export your bank statements at BNZ

Here are the steps to download the correct version of your BNZ bank statements:

Step 1: Login to your internet banking
Step 2: Select the relevant account for the statement you’d like to download

Step 3: Click on “Statements”

Step 4: Click on the statement you require – a new window will open displaying the PDF statement for you to save.


How to correctly export your bank statements at KiwiBank

Here are the steps to download the correct version of your KiwiBank bank statements:

Step 1: Login to your internet banking
Step 2: Click on “Statement Vault”

Step 3: Select the account you want and download 3-6 months (depending on what is required). By default, the system will show “Last 12 months”.


How to correctly export your bank statements at TSB

Here are the steps to download the correct version of your TSB bank statements

Step 1: Login to your internet banking

Step 2: Click on “Statements” in the menu on the left

Step 3: Click the account that you want to view the statements for

Step4: Click the link for each statement that you want.


How to correctly export your bank statements at Westpac

Here are the steps to download the correct version of your Westpac bank statements

Step 1: Login to your internet banking
Step 2: Click on the desired account (we recommend you download all accounts). Select “Download Statements”

Step 3: Select the desired date range

Step 4: Click on each statement to download


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