From online household bookkeeping to savings or budgeting apps; every third party that wants access to our clients’ accounts has to go through our consent flow. That flow is organized to make security and transparency for clients the highest priority. But there’s always room for improvement. Read what’s changed and which updates are in the pipeline below.
As a bank, we want our account holders to know exactly which authorizations they have issued for every party. To that end, the consent flow from third-party apps is arranged like this: the client is led from the app to our bank environment. There, clients can see what the app wants to access: from debit and credit overviews to the full transaction history. They can then decide whether or not to approve the authorization. They can also withdraw the authorization at any time in the bank environment. That way, clients can keep a grip on their personal data.