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.

Popular banks that FreeAgent supports

FreeAgent currently supports over 4,000 feeds from banks around the world, including:


  • Bank of America
  • BB&T
  • Boeing Employees CU
  • Burke & Herbert Bank and Trust
  • Capital One 360
  • Chase Bank
  • CitiBusiness Online
  • PNC Bank
  • CitiBusiness Online
  • PNC Bank
  • SECU CU Bank
  • SunTrust Business Banking
  • TD Bank
  • TwinStar CU Bank
  • USAA Bank
  • Wells Fargo

Australia and New Zealand

  • ANZ (Australia) - Banking
  • ASB Bank (New Zealand)- Banking
  • Bank of New Zealand Business Banking
  • BankWest Business Banking (Australia)
  • Bendigo Bank (Australia) - Banking
  • Commonwealth Bank CBA (Australia) - Banking
  • ING Direct (Australia)
  • NAB (Australia)
  • Peoples Choice CU (Australia) - Banking


  • BMO Financial Group
  • Manulife Bank
  • RBC Royal Bank
  • Scotiabank
  • TD Bank


  • Barclays (France)
  • Credit Mutuel (France)
  • la Caixa (Spain)


  • Allied Irish Bank
  • Bank of Ireland
  • Ulster Bank Business Banking

South Africa

  • First National Bank
  • Standard Bank


FreeAgent also supports Bank Feeds from hundreds of other banks. To search for your bank, use the search tool in the Banking area of FreeAgent.

How Bank Feeds work

Bank Feeds are provided by Yodlee, a bank aggregation service that collects data from thousands of different banks from across the world. In order to access your transactions, Yodlee logs into your banking website on your behalf. FreeAgent doesn’t store your bank login details; we pass them along to Yodlee, who securely store this information and use it to retrieve your transactions from your bank's website. See our Yodlee FAQs for more details about security.

Further information and support

To find out more about Bank Feeds, check out the following articles:

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