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Halifax joins data sharing initiative

Halifax has joined the recently announced initiative to extend the amount of data credit providers share.

It says any improvement in the data made available by lenders to each other is a positive move for lenders and consumers alike.

For a number of years, it has provided both positive and negative credit data across all its products, including current accounts. Halifax believes that current account data-sharing should also be introduced by all major banks.

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