What is Open Banking?
Open Banking is the Consumer Data Right as applied to the banking industry. The Consumer Data Right was introduced by the Australian Government to give you greater control of your data.
You can choose to share your ANZ data with third parties accredited by the Australian Government (known as Accredited Data Recipients) that must meet strict requirements to receive data.
Who is eligible to take part in Open Banking?
ANZ customers can share their data with Accredited Data Recipients when they meet the customer and account eligibility criteria below.
Who can I share my banking data with?
Data sharing is only possible with third parties accredited by the Australian Government.
You can view the growing list of Accredited Data Recipients on the cdr.gov.au site here.
What ANZ data can I share?
You can share your customer data, account data, and transaction data held by ANZ. This also includes your payees, direct debits, and scheduled payments.
Direct debits are regular payments from your account where you have given your BSB and account number to a merchant or service provider to debit your account when they provide a service to you. ANZ also includes recurring payments from your credit card account, where you have provided your card number and expiry date to a merchant or service provider to debit your account, when a service is provided to you.
Scheduled payments are payments to third parties and/or funds transfers scheduled by you in ANZ’s internet banking channel.
Is Open Banking secure?
Yes. Customer data security is important to ANZ and all requests to access your data must be initiated by you, through a secure environment. ANZ cannot do this on your behalf. Additonally, Accredited Data Recipients you choose to receive your data must comply with strict privacy and security standards in order to become accredited.
ANZ will never ask you to share your Customer Reference Number (CRN) or password with Accredited Data Recipients requesting data using Open Banking.
Am I automatically opted in to Open Banking?
No – it’s always your choice. The decision to use, or not to use Open Banking, is yours.
How can I start sharing my data?
To start sharing data, you must initiate the process from the website or app of the Accredited Data Recipient you want to access your data. During the process, you will be redirected to ANZ so we can authenticate you and prompt you to authorise ANZ to share your data with the Accredited Data Recipient.
Can I stop sharing my data?
Yes, you can choose to stop sharing data with an Accredited Data Recipient at any time. You can do this using the Accredited Data Recipient’s service, ANZ App or Internet Banking.
View detailed step-by-step instructions here.
Data sharing for joint accounts
Before sharing data with an Accredited Data Recipient for your joint account, both you and the other joint account holder will need to ‘Allow data sharing’ on your joint account(s).
There are two key parts to successfully sharing data for joint accounts:
Part 1 details how to allow data sharing on a joint account.
Part 2 details how to share data with the Accredited Data Recipient once a joint account has been enabled for data sharing.
Can I access ANZ’s Product Data?
If you are a developer, Open Banking allows you to access data about ANZ’s products currently offered to the market, using Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). These product APIs can be found here.
Where can I go for further information?
For more details on the Consumer Data Right, please refer to cdr.gov.au
Details about ANZ’s Consumer Data Right Policy can be found here.
Step-by-step instructions on performing Open Banking tasks in ANZ Internet Banking or App can be found here.
If you are experiencing any issues, or have any concerns, please contact us on 13 13 14.
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