Share account access
Administrators can manage what functions Users can do online in a Business Network via Westpac Live including viewing account information and creating payments.
Choose whether a user has the authority to view accounts, create payments, and/or approve payments.
Your staff, accountant or bookkeeper can use our complimentary1 Biz Invoice tool to create, send and manage invoices for your business. Available with an eligible account1.
Designed to support users with access to multiple businesses.
Hear from our customers who use share account access to manage their accounts.
How to share account access with:
Third-party access grants a third-party to view and access an account in a separate view from the account owner. Where the account is being shared with another business entity, or other circumstances where accounts with different owners are to be managed in a single view, the must be completed.
These circumstances include but are not limited to:
- Common account access by Parent company, subsidiaries and other relevant entities
- Where you are the sole director of a company and wish to manage your personal or business accounts under a single view
- Where an accountant/bookkeeper requires accounts with different owners to be managed under a single view.
Frequently asked questions
No. Sharing account access online only grants the user access to the account via Westpac live Online Banking.
Things you should know
This information does not take your personal objectives, circumstances or needs into account. Consider its appropriateness to these factors before acting on it. Read the terms and conditions at westpac.com.au before making a decision and consider whether the product is appropriate for you. Transaction fees may apply. Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 AFSL and Australian credit licence 233714.