These indicators are one of the measures required by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) following its investigation into the UK retail banking market. This data is published every six months and ultimately enables people to compare the service levels provided by banks.
You can access both Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) here: Open Banking Service Quality Indicators API
Compare bank service levels
Read the independent reports from Ipsos Mori and BVA BDRC below – including detail on the underlying data and collection methodology.
Contact usIf you have any queries about the Service Quality Indicators API, please email us at ServiceDesk@openbanking.org.uk
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Open Banking is a new, secure way for customers to take control of their financial data and share it with organisations other than their banks. Open banking has the power to revolutionise the way we move, manage and make more of our money. For businesses, it is about making the management of cash flow and receiving payments cheaper and easier. Open banking will make things simpler, faster and more convenient.
Open banking follows the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) investigation into the supply of personal current accounts (PCAs) and of banking services to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Open banking was created to enable innovation, transparency and competition in UK financial services. It is tasked with delivering the Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), data structures and security architectures that will enable developers to harness technology, making it easy and safe for individuals and SMEs to share the financial information held by their banks with third parties.
Open banking will bring substantial benefits. It gives customers and SMEs greater market choice and greater control over their money and associated data, along with better and easier access to new financial services providers in a secure environment.