Updated June 8, 2022
These guidelines provide examples for how to implement requirements related to changing disclosure options for joint accounts.
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Data holders must provide joint account holders with a disclosure option management service. This service must allow joint account holders to:
Consent Management is the final stage of ‣. This is a high level example of the relationship between Consent Management and Account permissions.
The guidelines in this section focus on changing to a non-disclosure option in accordance with rule 4A.7, and obtaining agreement on change to a less restrictive disclosure option with accordance to rule 4A.8.
For further guidance, see ACCC's Revised joint account implementation guidance.
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