Consumer Data Right (CDR) and Open Banking

What is the Consumer Data Right?

The Consumer Data Right (CDR) gives consumers greater control over their own data, including the ability to securely share data with a trusted third party.

The ACCC is responsible for implementing the CDR system and It will be introduced in the banking sector from July 2020 and will then roll out across other sectors of the economy, including energy and telecommunications.

The CDR aims to help you monitor your finances, utilities and other services, and compare and switch between different offerings more easily. The system also aims to encourage innovation and competition between service providers, helping you to access products and services that better suit your specific needs.

Open Banking

From 1 October 2020 First Choice Credit Union are required to share Product Reference Data (PRD).  The APIs to access First Choice Credit Unions product catalogue and product information can be accessed from the following URLs.

Get Product API Endpoint https://public.cdr-api.firstchoicecu.com.au/cds-au/v1/banking/products
Get Product Detail API Endpoint https://public.cdr-api.firstchoicecu.com.au/cds-au/v1/banking/products/{productid}

 

From 1 July 2021 you will be able to authorise First Choice Credit Union to share your personal and transaction data with any authorised third party.

Privacy

At First Choice Credit Union protecting your privacy is very important and you will have full control over the sharing of your data.  Your data will only be shared with authorised third parties and can't be shared without your consent (you decide what infomration is shared and who it is shared with).  You can choose stop sharing at any time, and at your request third parties must delete or de-identify your data.  

For more information on the CDR or Open Banking visit https://www.cdr.gov.au/

 

View our privacy policy First Choice Credit Union Ltd/ABN 63087649867/AFSL/Australian Credit Licence 240722/BSB 802318

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