1988First to develop and use employee-written software to form the most modern and sophisticated information system in the Southern Hemisphere.
1989Taranaki Savings Bank changed its name to TSB Bank to better reflect its now nationwide presence.
1994TSB Bank deposits reach $500 million.
1996With the sale of Trustbank to Westpac, TSB Bank is at this date, now the only bank to be 100% New Zealand owned.
TSB Bank Direct established for banking customers outside Taranaki catchment region.
1999TSB Bank deposits reach $1 billion. TSB Bank Loan Direct established for lending customers outside Taranaki catchment region. For the first time, the Bank was rated 'Best Bank' in the University of Auckland Survey of Residential Bank Customers.
2001Christchurch Home Loan Centre is established.
2002TSB Bank Auckland Home Loan Lounge opens in Newmarket, Auckland.
2003Lending portfolio reaches $1 billion milestone.
2004TSB Bank deposits reach $2 billion.
2005National network expansion continues, with the opening of TSB Bank Wellington.
2006Opening of TSB Bank Hamilton.
Deposits reach $2.5 billion.
2007TSB Banks Tauranga and Hastings open.
2008Deposits hit $3 billion. TSB Banks Palmerston North, Auckland Central and Takapuna open.
2009Deposits reach $3.5 billion. TSB Bank Napier opens. TSB Bank Christchurch opens.
2010Deposits reach $4 billion. TSB Bank turns 160. The TSB Bank museum opens. "From Faith to Fortune - The TSB Bank Story 1850-2010" is published, chronicling the Bank's first 160 years in business. TSB Bank Nelson opens.
2011TSB Bank Newmarket opens.