BOQ Money Market Deposit Accounts

The Account is a cash management style bank account issued by Bank of Queensland Limited (BOQ, the Bank).

It is a facility that efficiently manages and monitors your investment cash-flow with a competitive rate of return, including the ability to switch funds between Call and Term Deposit Accounts without the need to complete additional paperwork.

Managed Funds

  • Buy
  • Sell
  • Receive
  • Interest/distributions

Shares

  • Buy
  • Sell
  • Receive Dividends

Regular Savings

  • Salary
  • Savings

Property

  • Settlement
  • Rent Receipt
  • Loan Payment

BOQ Money Market Deposit Accounts

Call Account

Term Deposits

  • No additional
    paperwork

Listed Investments

  • Buy
  • Sell
  • Receive Dividends

SMSF

  • Contributions
  • Pension Payments
  • Data Feeds
  • Portfolio Management
  • Online Services/Internet Banking
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Features & Benefits
Offer Documents
Term Deposits
Lodgement Times
Forms
FAQ
Open Banking
Adviser Tools
Manage Data Sharing

Features & Benefits

  • Interest accrued daily, paid monthly on the entire account balance
  • No minimum deposit, withdrawal or balance
  • No account keeping or management fees
  • Online Services (internet banking)
  • Periodical payments, electronic funds transfers, BPay, direct debit, bank cheques and RTGS payments
  • Regular savings plans, salary deductions, interest and dividend payments
  • Built-in term deposit option
  • Data feeds, real-time settlement facilities and reporting capabilities for your adviser

Term Deposits

  • Minimum deposit $5,000
  • Transfer directly from your call account, no further paperwork required
  • Terms available from 31 days – 5 years

Lodgement Times

Request typeTime (AEST)
Electronic Funds Transfer
Processed by DDH
Processed via Online Services

1.30 pm
3.30 pm
BPay
Processed by DDH
Processed via Online Services

1.30pm
2.30pm
Bank Cheques collected at branch
Lodge by
Collect by

12.30 pm
60 mins after lodgement
Telegraphic Transfers
within Australia
Overseas

2.00 pm
Time dependent on receiving country
All other withdrawals processed by DDH12 noon
Direct debits (inwards)2.00 pm
Term Deposit Maturity Instructions4.30 pm

Times represent every business day that is not a National Public Holiday

Forms

To ensure the security of your account, we require your signature on each administration form. Forms can be returned to us via email.

Account Nomination FormAdd or replace frequently used accounts to your Online Services (internet banking) profile
Adviser Fee Authority Form - Adviser DirectedAuthorising your adviser to withdraw their fees from your account (at any frequency and/or amount)
Adviser Fee Authority Form - Client DirectedAuthorising the payment of adviser fees from your account at a nominated frequency and amount
Account Application FormOpen a new BOQ Money Market Deposit Account (you must also read the product Terms and Conditions document)
Appointing/Changing Financial Adviser FormTo appoint or change a Financial Adviser/Stockbroker (including Level of Authority) on your account
Appointing a Signatory FormAppointing a new signatory to operate your account on your behalf
Change of Details FormUpdate your contact details, address or primary account contact
Change of Web Limit Request FormTo increase your web limit
Declaration of Overseas Tax Status FormNotify us of new/changes to your overseas tax status
Online Services Registration FormRegister, or update existing internet banking permissions and authorisations
Open Banking Data Sharing Form for Business EntitiesTo nominate representatives authorised to share your business account data
Overseas Cheque Deposit DeclarationDepositing foreign currency cheques
Periodic Payment Authority FormCreate, amend or cancel a regular payment from your Account
Regular Savings Plan/Direct Debit FormTo start a regular savings plan, amend your existing plan details, or cancel your plan
Third Party Data Authority - Class TechnologyEstablish data feeds to Class Technology
Third Party Data Authority - SuperMateEstablish data feeds to SuperMate
Third Party Full Access - CMC MarketsEstablish full access to CMC Markets
Third Party Full Access - Open MarketsEstablish full access to Open Markets
Withdrawal FormRequesting DDH to make a payment from your Account
Withdrawal Form - Overseas TransferTo withdraw funds from your Account and pay to an overseas account via TT

 

 

FAQ

QuestionAnswer
What is the BSB for my BOQ Money Market Deposit Account?124-001
How do I electronically transfer funds into my Account?From any institution, except BOQ
BSB124-001
Account NumberYour Account number, eg 998xxxxxx
Account Namethe name of your Account

From another BOQ Account
BSB 124-001
Account Number16010139
Account NameBOQ Money Market Deposit Account
ReferenceYour Account number, eg 998xxxxxx
How do I know the interest rate on my Account?Your interest rate is stated on your transaction statements, issued at least every 6 months.
How do I register for Online Services?You can register, or change the level of your internet banking access either on your initial application form, or subsequently by completing and returning the Online Services Registration Form.
Can I make deposits at BOQ branches?You may deposit cheques at any Bank of Queensland branch, during their normal business hours. Please present your cheque with your personalised deposit book to the customer services representative. To obtain a free personalised deposit book, please contact us during business hours. Please note that cash is not able to be accepted.
Why have I received an SMS or email alert?For your added protection, from time to time you may receive notifications from DDH. An example being a transaction from your account to a third-party recipient. You do not need to respond to these alerts, however please contact DDH immediately if you are not aware of the subject of the alert, or think you may be the subject of a fraud attempt.
Who can I contact if I need help?You can either view your full accounts details online, contact your adviser, or our friendly support staff during business hours on 1800 006 133 or from overseas +61 7 3229 6133.

 

The Consumer Data Right (CDR) and Open Banking

What is Open Banking?

In 2018, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) announced the introduction of the Consumer Data Right (CDR). CDR has been introduced to give consumers (both individuals and small businesses) better access and control over their personal data.

Open Banking is the implementation of CDR in the banking sector. Within Open Banking, consumers can opt-in to share their personal banking data securely with accredited service providers. Service providers may include other banks, Fintechs or third-party financial providers that have completed a rigorous, CDR accreditation process which is overseen by the ACCC.

What does Open Banking mean for me?

By giving customers the choice to share their personal financial data, Open Banking aims to give customers greater choice, control, and convenience. It will enable customers to compare products and services quickly and easily, and access new products and offerings that are specifically tailored to them and their needs.

How do I get started?

To start sharing your banking data with an accredited service provider, simply follow the service provider’s instructions and select DDH Graham in the list of data holders. You will be asked to provide your Customer ID and then sent an SMS one-time password to verify your identity. Note that you will never be asked to enter your password when sharing your data using Open Banking. For further details, see the frequently asked questions section below.

 

FAQs

Data Holder and data sharing

  • What is a data holder?

    Data holders are data givers under the Consumer Data Right (CDR). These are the providers who currently hold consumer data. Registered Data Holders are required to share customer data with a nominated Accredited Data Recipient when a customer directs them to.

  • What is an accredited provider?

    An accredited provider is one which has successfully undergone the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)’s accreditation process to become an Accredited Data Recipient (ADR).

    Data recipients are data receivers under the Consumer Data Right (CDR). These are the providers who receive a consumer’s data after the consumer has given their consent. The data recipient will then use this data to offer a service the consumer has requested (e.g. comparison of products).

    Only accredited providers can operate within Open Banking and offer services under CDR.

  • How do I know who is an accredited provider?

    Consumers can confirm if a provider is accredited by viewing the list of current accredited providers on the official Consumer Data Right (CDR) website. As CDR has only recently launched in Australia, there are currently only a limited number of accredited providers. As CDR grows over time, more and more providers will become accredited.

  • How safe is it to share my data?

    Many precautions have been factored into the Open Banking data sharing environment, such as:

    1. The standards, format, and process for data sharing under the Consumer Data Right (CDR) has been established by the Data Standards Body (DSB)
    2. Only providers that have met the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)‘s accreditation process are able to participate in Open Banking as a data recipient. Providers must demonstrate that they meet technical and system requirements to receive data and comply with data standards, and adhere to many legal requirements
    3. Providers are only able to collect and use data as required to provide a product or service, in line with the customer consent provided
    4. The CDR is co-regulated by the ACCC and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC), who jointly monitor compliance to CDR regulations. They work together to respond to issues, including taking enforcement action if needed. More information can be found in the ACCC/AIOC Compliance and Enforcement Policy for the Consumer Data Right.
  • Do I have to share my data?

    There is no obligation for you to share your personal data. Open Banking is an opt-in service, so the choice is completely yours. When choosing to share your data, you have control over:

    1. Whether you want to share your information or not
    2. What information you wish to share
    3. The specific purpose for which your data will be used
    4. Who you share your information with
    5. When you want to stop sharing your information

    Also, if you do decide to share your data, you are able to revoke your consent on this data sharing at any stage.

  • What data can I share?

    Individual, sole trader, and non-individual customers are able to opt-in to share data for most of the following products:

    1. Savings, transaction, and overdraft accounts
    2. Term deposits
    3. Credit cards
    4. Personal loans
    5. Home loans and mortgage offset accounts
    6. Business loans.

    Please note:

    1. Changes in your customer and account data (including balances and transactions) may only be made available for sharing after 24-48 hours.
    2. Pending transactions are not yet available for sharing
    3. Interest rates, fees and product features associated with individual accounts are not yet available for sharing.
  • Who can share data?

    Please note that to be eligible to participate in data sharing, you must:

    1. be at least 18 years of age, and
    2. hold at least one open and online account
    3. The process will start on an accredited provider’s website or app. The whole process takes less than two minutes
  • Joint Accounts

    For joint account data sharing, all joint account holders must be:

    • Individual or sole trader customers
    • legal owners of the joint account
    • eligible to participate in data sharing
  • Secondary Users

    For secondary user data sharing:

    • All account owners, and secondary users seeking to share data must be eligible to share data as per the criteria above
    • Secondary users seeking to share data must be able to transact on the account*
    • An account owner must enable data sharing for secondary users via the Customer Dashboard

    *Note that power of attorney relationships are not secondary users.

  • Non-individuals (business entities)

    For non-individual (business) data sharing:

    • Within Open Banking non-individuals / organisations can authorise a Nominated Representative to share the business entity’s banking data with accredited service providers.
    • Nominated Representatives must be eligible to share data as per the criteria above and be a signatory on at least one of the accounts attached to the business entity. For more information, please see How do I add and remove a Nominated Representative for data sharing on behalf of my organisation?.
    • Currently, single non-individual entities (which may include a trading name or a trust) are able to share data via a Nominated Representative.
    • Accounts that are jointly owned by one or more individuals and/or involve multiple non individual entities (e.g. an account owned by two companies) are not eligible under the Consumer Data Right rules.
  • How do I share my data?

    Data sharing will start on an Accredited Data Recipient’s (ADR) website or app, where you may be asked if you wish to share your data while browsing for a service or product:

    • If you consent to data sharing, your identity will need to be verified by DDH Graham before we share any data.
    • You will be directed to DDH Graham’s Data Holder services platform and prompted to enter your customer ID.
    • You will then be sent a One Time Password (OTP) to your mobile or email.
    • When the OTP has been successfully entered and your identity verified, you will be prompted to choose the specific accounts you consent for data sharing, before being linked back to the ADR site where you may begin using your shared data.  

    When sharing joint account data, a notification will be sent to all joint account holders via the Customer Dashboard. This will occur each time data sharing has started, and when data sharing has stopped for that joint account.

  • How do I manage data sharing for my account(s)?

    Once you have authorised sharing of your personal data, you will receive access to your Customer Dashboard. Through this dashboard, you can view each of your data sharing consents, including the accredited providers that you have consented to share your data with, the specific accounts shared with each provider, and the period you have nominated for each data sharing consent. You can easily manage your consents through this dashboard.

  • How do I share data on a joint account?

    Eligible joint accounts are available for data sharing by default, so you won’t need approval from other joint account holders to share data with accredited providers. However, if you or any other account holder have disabled your joint account for data sharing it will need to be re-enabled before data can be shared.

    You may change your data sharing settings for your joint account or stop data sharing at any time via the Customer Dashboard. If you choose to disable your joint account for data sharing, all other joint account holders will need to approve and re-enable the account for data sharing.

    To enable data sharing:

    1. Go to Accounts management > Joint accounts and enable the joint account you want to share by following the onscreen prompts.
    2. We’ll send the other joint account holder a notification to the Customer Dashboard asking them to approve or decline your request.
    3. Each Joint Account holder will need to log in to their Customer Dashboard to view the notification* and approve the request to enable data sharing for the joint account.
    4. If all joint account holders approve the request, your joint account will be enabled for data sharing and you will be able to select it from the list of accounts eligible for data sharing when creating a new consent.

    *The notification will expire after 30 days. If the other joint account holders do not approve the request during this time, you will need to repeat the process from Step 1.

  • How do I know if another joint account holder is sharing the account data?

    Whenever a new data sharing consent is given, is revoked, or expires, all joint account holders will be notified on their data sharing dashboard. You can always see what data is being shared in your Customer Dashboard.

  • How do I share data as a secondary user?

    Data sharing permissions for secondary users must be enabled by an account owner via the Customer Dashboard. Account owners may choose to enable data sharing for all eligible secondary users per eligible account.

    To enable data sharing for secondary users as an account owner:

    1. Go to Accounts management > Secondary users and enable the account for secondary user data sharing by following the onscreen prompts. Note that this action enables data sharing for all eligible secondary users on the account, including secondary users subsequently added to the account.

    Note that notifications for secondary user data sharing are not yet available.

  • How do I know if a secondary user is sharing the account data?

    Note that notifications for secondary user data sharing are not yet available. However, you can always see what data is being shared in your Customer Dashboard by clicking Sharing started by others.

  • How do I share data on behalf of my business or organisation?

    Within Open Banking eligible non-individuals / organisations can authorise a Nominated Representative to share a business entity’s banking data with accredited service providers.

    Once authorised, Nominated Representatives may choose to create data sharing consents including all eligible accounts for the business entity.

    Note that if the Nominated Representative also holds eligible personal DDHG accounts or is a Nominated Representative for more than one business entity, they will be required to select the profile of the relevant business entity during the initial consent process. For example, the Nominated Representative may be asked to choose between profiles such as ‘Myself’ (for their personal accounts) or ‘Company A’ (as a Nominated Representative). The profile they select will filter the relevant accounts available for data sharing.

    For information on which organisations and Nominated Representatives are currently eligible to share data, refer to Who can share data?.

  • How do I add and remove a Nominated Representative for data sharing on behalf of my organisation?

    To add or remove a Nominated Representative, the authorised representative[s] of the business entity must complete the Open Banking – Data Sharing Form for Business Entities and return / email to moneymarket@ddhgraham.au.

    1. Once authorised, the Nominated Representative will be able to share all accounts associated with the business entity, even those they do not have signing authority on.
    2. Once removed, the Nominated Representative will not be able to share data on any accounts associated with the business entity, and any active data sharing consents they have created for the business entity will be immediately revoked.

     

  • What data can a Nominated Representative share?

    Once authorised a Nominated Representative will be able to share all accounts associated with the business entity, even those they do not have signing authority on and including accounts that have been closed in the last two years.

  • Can my business or organisation have more than one Nominated Representative?

    Yes. Authorised representative[s] of the business entity may add multiple Nominated Representatives. 

  • How do I know if a Nominated Representatives is sharing the account data?

    Nominated Representatives may view and manage all data sharing consents that they or another Nominated Representative have created on behalf of the business entity via the Customer Dashboard at any time.

    Note that only authorised Nominated Representatives have access to the Customer Dashboard to view and revoke data sharing consents on behalf of the business entity.

Giving consent and the data sharing experience

Giving consent
  • I want to give three banks access to my DDH Graham Data. Does this require three separate consents?

    Yes. You will need to provide a consent for each Accredited Data Recipient (ADR).

  • How do I share information on a new account?

    You must provide consent to share data per account, including for any newly created accounts.

  • Where can I find more details on any ‘terms and conditions’ for data sharing?

    This responsibility largely sits with the Accredited Data Recipient (ADR), who is required to provide a clear declaration of data usage. Please contact the relevant ADR for further information on this.

    Note that the DDH Graham’s Customer Dashboard has been designed to meet Data Holder obligations of Open Banking.

One Time Password (OTP)
  • I have been blocked due to too many failed login attempts. Can I be unblocked so that I can access the dashboard?

    There is no ability to unblock a customer before the 24-hour period. If you have failed the maximum login attempts to access your dashboard and have been blocked, you will need to wait 24 hours until the block is removed before you can try again.

  • Can the One Time Password (OTP) be emailed?

    The OTP will be sent via SMS to customers who have a valid mobile number registered with BOQ. The OTP will only be sent via email in the instance that BOQ does not have a valid mobile number registered for a customer.

Refusing consent
  • In what circumstances can DDH Graham or BOQ refuse to share customer data in response to a request from an Accredited Data Recipient (ADR)?

    DDH Graham or BOQ may refuse to disclose required customer data in response to a request in the following instances:

    • if DDH Graham or BOQ considers this to be necessary to prevent physical, psychological, or financial harm or abuse to any person; or
    • in relation to an account that is blocked or suspended; or
    • in circumstances set out in the data standard

    DDH Graham and BOQ are required to inform any customer of such a refusal in accordance with the data standards.

Managing consent
  • Under what circumstances would DDH Graham or BOQ manage consents on behalf of a customer?

    Under the Consumer Data Right (CDR) rules:

    • Customers can request that a Data Holder revoke a consent e.g. via a call centre. This may be as the customer is unable to do it themselves. A Data Holder has an obligation to revoke consents for customers who have requested the Data Holder to do so
    • A Data Holder has an obligation to revoke consents for customers who are not eligible anymore e.g. no longer a customer
    • An authorised staff member can suspend (i.e. temporarily block) a specific account from consent. e.g. for the prevention of physical, psychological or financial harm or abuse to any person
    • In the event that a customer is deceased
    • In the event that fraudulent activity has been detected
  • How immediately will changes to my data sharing consent(s) be reflected in the Customer Dashboard?

    Updates to data sharing consents that are made via the Customer Dashboard will be reflected immediately.

  • How immediately will any data corrections/updates be reflected in the Customer Dashboard?

    Please allow up to 24 – 48 hours for data corrections/updates to be reflected in your dashboard.

Revoking consent
  • How do I disable a joint account for data sharing?

    You may disable a joint account for data sharing at any time. This action will disable data sharing on the account for all joint account holders and secondary users:

    1. Go to Accounts management > Joint accounts and disable the joint account by following the onscreen prompts.
    2. We’ll send the other joint account holder a notification to the Customer Dashboard that data sharing for the joint account has been disabled.
  • How do I enable a joint account for data sharing?

    Eligible joint accounts are available for data sharing by default, so you won’t need approval from other joint account holders to share data with accredited providers. However, if you or any other account holder have disabled your joint account for data sharing it will need to be re-enabled before data can be shared.

    To enable data sharing:

    1. Go to Accounts management > Joint accounts and enable the joint account you want to share by following the onscreen prompts.
    2. We’ll send the other joint account holder a notification to the Customer Dashboard asking them to approve or decline your request.
    3. Each Joint Account holder will need to log in to their Customer Dashboard to view the notification* and approve the request to enable data sharing for the joint account.
    4. If all joint account holders approve the request, your joint account will be enabled for data sharing and you will be able to select it from the list of accounts eligible for data sharing when creating a new consent.

    *The notification will expire after 30 days. If the other joint account holders do not approve the request during this time, you will need to repeat the process from Step 1.

  • How do I enable secondary user data sharing on my account?

    Data sharing permissions for secondary users must be enabled by an account owner via the Customer Dashboard. Account owners may choose to enable data sharing for all eligible secondary users per eligible account.

    To enable data sharing for secondary users as an account owner:

    1. Go to Accounts management > Secondary users and enable the account for secondary user data sharing by following the onscreen prompts. Note that this action enables data sharing for all eligible secondary users on the account, including secondary users subsequently added to the account.

    Note that notifications for secondary user data sharing are not yet available.

  • How do I disable secondary user data sharing on my account?

    Eligible accounts are disabled for secondary user data sharing by default. However, if an account owner has previously enabled secondary user data sharing, any account owner may disable the account for secondary user data sharing at any time via the Customer Dashboard. This action will disable data sharing for all eligible secondary users on the account:

    1. Go to Accounts management > Secondary users and disable the account by following the onscreen prompts.

    Note that notifications for secondary user data sharing are not yet available.

  • How do I enable or disable data sharing for my business entity / organisation?

    Non-individual data sharing is disabled by default. Within Open Banking non-individuals / organisations can authorise a new Nominated Representative to share business entities banking data with accredited service providers or remove an existing Nominated Representative by completing the Open Banking – Data Sharing Form for Business Entities. For more information, see ‘How do I add and remove a Nominated Representative for data sharing on behalf of my organisation?’.

Inactive and expired consents
  • How long can I view inactive consents under ‘Consent History’?

    The Customer Dashboard will show 2 years of history, however DDH Graham and BOQ will retain consent information for an additional 5 years.

  • What happens to data that I have shared with an Accredited Data Recipient (ADR) once the consented time period is over?

    The data is either de-identified or deleted according to your preferences as captured at the time of granting consent.

My Customer Dashboard

  • How do I access my customer dashboard?

    The Customer Dashboard can be accessed from the DDH Graham public website.

  • How will my account name(s) appear in the customer dashboard?

    Your ‘account names’ will not be visible in the customer dashboard. Instead, the ‘product category’ will be displayed (e.g. ‘savings account’).

  • Where can I see the data that I have consented for DDH Graham to provide?

    DDH Graham’s Customer Dashboard will provide you with visibility of the account(s) that you have shared, the providers you have shared your data with (Accredited Data Recipients), and the last 4 digits of these accounts. Transaction data is not displayed.

  • Why can’t I see all accounts that I have with DDH Graham in the dashboard?

    Customer dashboards are consent focused. If there is no consent associated with an account, it will not be displayed in the dashboard. Additionally, not all products and account types are currently in scope.

    For joint accounts, data sharing is only available if all joint account holders are legal owners of the account and eligible for data sharing.

    For secondary user data sharing, data sharing is only available if an account owner has enabled secondary user data sharing for the account via the Customer Dashboard.

    For Nominated Representative data sharing on behalf of a business entity / organisation, data sharing is only available if the authorised representative[s] of the business entity have completed and submitted the Open Banking – Data Sharing Form for Non-individual entities. For more information, please see ‘How do I add and remove a Nominated Representative for data sharing on behalf of my organisation?’.

  • Is there a mobile phone app available for the customer dashboard?

    Currently the customer dashboard is browser based and optimised for mobile and desktop devices. At this stage, a dedicated mobile app is not planned.

  • Is the customer dashboard designed with accessibility in mind?

    Yes. Screens within the dashboard have been designed to meet accessibility requirements in the Consumer Data Right (CDR) standards, including colours, fonts and resizeability, to make sure we are meeting the needs of as many of our customers as possible.

  • CDR Policy

    Our policy explains how we manage data under the Consumer Data Right (CDR). CDR Policy

Manage Data Sharing