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Which bank feeds does FreeAgent support?

Instead of downloading and uploading electronic bank statements, simply connect FreeAgent to your online bank account and we’ll automatically import your transactions.

FreeAgent supports two main kinds of bank feed - Open Banking bank feeds and third-party provider feeds. The vast majority of our users can use Open Banking feeds, as we support this kind of feed for 16 of the UK’s largest banks.

If your bank isn’t supported by Open Banking, you will be able to set up a third party provider feed, or if you bank with a challenger bank, for example, Starling, you might be able to set up a third party integration created directly by that bank.

Open Banking bank feeds

FreeAgent provides state-of-the-art Open Banking bank feeds in partnership with the following banks:

  • NatWest
  • Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Ulster Bank
  • Lloyds
  • Barclays
  • HSBC
  • Halifax
  • Bank of Scotland
  • First Direct
  • Danske Bank
  • Allied Irish Bank (GB)
  • Bank of Ireland (GB)

Third-party provider bank feeds

FreeAgent supports over 12,000 bank feeds from around the world! These feeds are supported by a third-party provider we use called Yodlee. Here is a list of some of the most popular third-party bank feeds we service:

  • Cater Allen
  • Metro Bank
  • Cashplus
  • TSB
  • Yorkshire Bank
  • Aldermore
  • Clydesdale Bank
  • First Direct
  • Virgin Money
  • Chase
  • The Co-operative Bank (Co-Op Business & Co-Op Personal)
  • Metro Bank Business Corporate
  • Bank of America
  • Smile Digital Banking
  • American Express Card
  • Wells Fargo
  • Tesco Bank
  • Santander
  • Nationwide

How to check that FreeAgent supports your bank feed

We’ve listed the most popular bank feeds that we support below, but for the most comprehensive list of the 12,000 bank feeds we support, you can go to the ‘Banking’ section in FreeAgent account and search as illustrated below:

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