Open Banking

Everything you need to know about sharing your Bankwest data with accredited organisations.

What’s Open Banking?

Open Banking gives you greater control of your Bankwest data. It was introduced after the Australian Government passed legislation, called the Consumer Data Right. It means you can now share some of your Bankwest data with accredited organisations so they can provide you with a product or service (like a budgeting tool).​

Benefits of Open Banking​

Open Banking could change the way you compare products and services between organisations and make it easier for you to find better deals. It could also mean access to new features and services to help you manage your finances.

Who can share data and what accounts are available?​

To be eligible for data sharing, you:​

  • Have to be at least 18 years old ​
  • Need to have access to the Bankwest App or online banking​
  • Must have an eligible account​
  • Can be a sole trader.​

Types of data you can share​

If you're eligible, you can now share some of your personal details, account info and transaction history for these Bankwest products:

  • Credit cards
  • Deposit and transaction accounts
  • Offset accounts
  • Home loans and personal loans
  • Overdrafts
  • Trust accounts
  • Lines of credit
  • Business accounts and asset finance (sole traders only).

​See our launch timeline for what data will be available next.

How to share your Bankwest data​

Before you can share your Bankwest data, you need to provide your consent on the website or app of the accredited organisation. After that's done, you'll be redirected to our set up process.​

Verify it's you​

We'll ask you to enter the mobile number you've registered with us, and we'll send you a One Time Password.

Enter One Time Password​

You can find it under 'Notifications' in the Bankwest App or online banking.

Select your data

Select which accounts you'd like to share and for how long. 1

Review and consent

Review the details and confirm you want to share. We’ll then take you securely back to the accredited organisation you started on.

Frequently asked questions​

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Is data sharing safe?​

Yes, sharing your Bankwest data via Open Banking is safe.​

Organisations must follow high security standards to collect and use your Bankwest data – plus, they need to be accredited by the ACCC to participate in Open Banking. See a list of accredited organisations.​

Remember, we’ll never ask you to share your Personal Access Number (PAN) and password with a third party to share data.​


Can I share data from my joint accounts?​

Not yet – joint account data will be available to share sometime in 2022. Keep an eye on our launch timeline for updates.


How do I view or manage any data I've shared?​

You can view details or manage your sharing permissions at any time.​

Simply log in to the Bankwest App or online banking and go to 'Manage data sharing'.

Are you a developer?

You can access Bankwest product data using our Bankwest product APIs.

Our launch timeline

Take a look at what data will become available over time.

Individual and sole trader customers

1 July 2021 – Bankwest customers can share basic account info and transactions for credit cards, deposit accounts and transaction accounts.

1 November 2021 – Bankwest customers can share account info and transactions for home loans, personal loans, offset accounts and eligible closed accounts. 2

1 February 2022 – Bankwest customers can share data for business overdrafts, commercial advances, farm deposits, trust accounts and business transaction accounts.

Bankwest customers will also be able to share joint account data sometime in 2022 (date to be confirmed).

Other business customers​

1 November 2022 – Bankwest business customers can share data for all the above products.

Need more help?

You can message us in the Bankwest App or online banking, submit an enquiry via our website, or call us – we’re here 24/7.

If you’d like to learn more about Open Banking, you can visit the Consumer Data Right website.

  1. You can consent to share your data for up to 12 months at a time. If you want to continue sharing after 12 months, you'll have to renew your consent.
  2. Closed accounts are only eligible for sharing if they've been closed for less than two years.

    For these eligible closed accounts, you can only share transaction data from the last 12 months before the account was closed.