What happens when I authorise an AIS company to consult my accounts?

Companies that provide the Account Information Service (AIS), are in the business of providing account information services. These companies, known as financial aggregators, may access a lot of information on your daily life, such as what you have spend your money on, where you usually shop, how much you spend in those shops, when you do so, what standing orders you have, ...


Thus, at the moment of granting the authorisation, we advise you to carefully read all the terms and conditions of the service, as well as to be aware that by allowing access to your movements, you are leaving responsibility for use of your data in the hands of that third party.


Return to frequent questions on PSD2 for individuals.

For Unicaja Banco S.A., the holder of the web page, it is important to adapt to your tastes and preferences, for which we use own and third-party cookies, that gather connection data that may be linked to your registration user name, the purpose of which is to measure traffic and user interaction with the web page, to help to improve operation of the web content, as well as the services and products offered, preparing behaviour profiles, while always protecting your privacy. You may transparently choose the configuration that suits you best, without that causing any change in your usual operations.