How do I manage my Open Banking data sharing consent?
What data can I share from my Heritage accounts?
From 1 November 2022, you can consent to share specific data for your personal (individual and joint account) and non-personal memberships, such as transactions, savings, home loans, mortgage offsets, personal loans, business accounts and credit card accounts. You can choose to share all this information, or only certain types of data including:
How do I identify an accredited data recipient?
In this phase of Consumer Data Right, you can only consent to share your data with an accredited data recipient. When you authorise a new sharing consent through a third party, they must be accredited with the ACCC and meet certain rules and safeguards to access your data.
You can check the Register of Accredited Persons at cdr.gov.au at any time to confirm whether a business or person you are considering sharing your data with is accredited. Plus, all accredited data recipients are authorised to display the Consumer Data Right logo.
Will I be charged a fee?
Under the Consumer Data Right legislation, we will not charge you to share your data with an accredited third party.
We won't charge an accredited third party to access your data either.
How do I get in touch with Heritage about Open Banking?
There are several ways you can get in touch with us if you have questions about Open Banking.
Visit your local Heritage Bank branch and talk to our staff
Australia: 1300 912 150
Overseas: +617 4694 9000
PO Box 190
Toowoomba QLD 4350
Visit our contact us page and complete the online form.
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