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Open Banking

Securely share your HSBC banking information with accredited third parties under the Australian Consumer Data Right (CDR).

What is Open Banking?

Open Banking is the sharing of banking data electronically in line with the Consumer Data Right (CDR) legislation. Open Banking aims to provide you with greater choice, access, and control over your financial information. This includes the ability for you to securely share your banking information with Accredited Data Recipients (ADR's) in order to compare products or apply for new products.

You are in full control of your data sharing, at all times. You can establish a new data sharing arrangement with an accredited third-party and share your eligible HSBC banking data via the secure CDR network. You can then log in to the HSBC mobile banking app to view or stop data sharing at any time.

For more information, please visit the CDR page at ACCC or contact-us.

Our Consumer Data Rights policy

Our CDR policy describes what data will be available for you to share, how to start or stop sharing your data, and how to contact us if you have any questions or complaints.

You can read our Consumer Data Right policy online or download a copy.

Sharing your HSBC banking data

Sharing data from HSBC

You can share your HSBC data with accredited third parties via Open Banking.

If you have any comments or questions regarding data sharing via Open Banking, please contact us.

Sharing data with HSBC

At this time, HSBC is not accredited to receive third party banking data via Open Banking. If you would like to bank with us, you can open most products online.

Information for ADRs and developers

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