The Commonwealth Bank has announced the launch of the first phase of Australia's Open Banking regime for sharing consumer data and says it will lead to delivery of better products and services.
The Commonwealth Bank will provide itemised digital receipts through its app, following a deal with fintech provider Slyp. The receipts will be generated for card or digital wallet payments at participating retailers.
The number of Australians using the feature "Benefits finder", in the Commonwealth Bank's digital app and online has more than doubled in the four weeks since the coronavirus outbreak was declared a pandemic, the bank claims.
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