Our numbers below let you see how we’re doing with performance and availability around account information and making payments.
All UK banks have been asked by the regulator to show you this information for Online Banking, Mobile Banking and for Open Banking. Open Banking is the name used by the financial industry to describe new services which let account holders share their financial information and give permission for banks and other authorised organisations to make payments from certain accounts.
Open Banking was introduced by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to bring more competition and innovation to the financial services industry. It works using a secure system to let you register with other banks or authorised organisations (known as third party providers, or TPPs) and tell your bank to let them see and use your payment account details. For more information you may want to visit the Open Banking website.
Where we show you times in milliseconds, it’s reflecting the extreme speed at which our systems work. Anything less than 1000 MS takes less than a second to happen.
We’ll update this information every quarter. This set of numbers shows performance from 1 July – 30 September 2020. Our next update, for October – December 2020, will be in February 2021.
|Average availability of our Channels||99.43%|
|Average Payments Performance ||892 Ms|
|Average Accounts Performance ||1,381 Ms|