At eftpos our purpose is to change the way Australians pay for the better.

With access to 50 million cards in market, we help create innovative, bespoke customer payment experiences.

Launched in the 1980s, eftpos introduced a fast, simple and secure payment system which was rapidly embraced by both shoppers and merchants. eftpos revolutionised the way we pay for goods and services, and as a result changed the retail landscape forever.

Today, eftpos competes in an ever-changing, dynamic environment against a number of payment systems.

Our Vision is to be Australia’s payment choice by making life easier and being centre of the digital ecosystem

eftpos is an unlisted company, owned and operated by Australians and is an essential and valuable part of the fabric of everyday Australian life. Hear eftpos CEO and Managing Director Stephen Benton talk about our company in this short video.

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eftpos is a company limited by guarantee and wholly owned by its 19 Members

eftpos CEO and Managing Director Stephen Benton talks about eftpos.

*eftpos Payments Australia Limited is unlisted. As an unlisted public company, eftpos follows many, but not all, of the Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendation (3rd edition) published by the ASX 2014 (CGPRs). Specifically, eftpos does not adopt CGPRs 1.2(a) (in respect of nominee directors), 1.5 (as eftpos has fewer than 100 employees), 5.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 7.4 and 8.2 as eftpos does not have securities that are traded. However, eftpos does communicate with its Members at regular Member Advisory Council meetings and at its Member Class Meetings and Annual General Meeting, about matters impacting the eftpos business. Additionally, CGPR 8.3 does not apply as eftpos does not have an equity-based remuneration scheme.