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What do the new Open Banking Third Party Providers (TPP) privileges enable users to do?


Bankline now offers new Third Party Provider (TPP) privileges. Once allocated, they allow users to use Open Banking TPP services. If you’re a Bankline administrator, you can add these privileges to an existing customer role or you can create a new customer role, and then assign it to users. Only accounts assigned to that role can use Open Banking TPP services.

The new TPP privileges enable users to:

  • Create and manage own Account Information consents – this allows a user to consent to share account information with an AISP TPP. It also allows the user to view and manage the consents they set up with AISP TPPs.
  • Manage all Account Information consents – this lets a user manage all account information sharing consents set up by any user on their Bankline profile.
  • Allow Third Party Provider payments – this lets the user make PISP TPP payments.

The user must also have the privilege for the supported payment type, these are:

 For Immediate Faster Payments:

  • Add Domestic Standard Payment.
  • Authorise Own Domestic Immediate Payment (needed only if the TPP requires immediate confirmation).

 For Transfers between accounts on the same Bankline profile:

  • Add Transfer (between customer’s own accounts).
  • Authorise Own Transfer (needed only if the TPP requires immediate confirmation).

Import files of multiple payments:

  •  Import payments

You'll also need the appropriate 'Add' privilege for the payment type you're importing.

For step-by-step guidance on using TPPs and giving your users TPP privileges see our TPP support guide

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