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Managing third party connections

You can give limited access to your BNZ banking information, to third party websites and applications such as online shopping sites, without giving away your passwords.

This is done by connecting to the third party website or application, authenticating with your BNZ credentials, and providing consent to the third party to access your details.  

For the most part, setting up a connection to a third party only needs to be done once, and the connection will remain in place until it is cancelled or expired.

It’s easy to view or remove your third party connections in Internet Banking.

Viewing your third party connections

  1. Log in to Internet Banking on desktop. 
  2. Click on Menu then Settings
  3. Scroll down to the Connections section where your connections will be listed. 

Removing your third party connections

  1. Log in to Internet Banking on desktop.
  2. Click on Menu then Settings
  3. Scroll down to the Connections section.
  4. Next to the connection that you want to remove, click Remove.
  5. Check this is the connection that you want to remove, then click Confirm

When you click to confirm removal of the third party access connection, due to technology constraints, it may take up to 5 minutes to take effect. Once your connection has been removed, the third party will no longer have access to your BNZ banking information.

Restoring third party connections

To restore a connection that you have removed, you’ll need to go to the third party website or application, and go through the authentication and consent steps you followed when you originally set up the connection.