You can do this in either of two ways:
1. Grant unrestricted access to one or more of your accounts
You can authorise the addition of one or more of your NAB accounts to another person's list of NAB Internet Banking linked accounts. You can also select which of your accounts you would like the other person to access. The other person must be an existing NAB Internet Banking user and they would use their own NAB ID to access both their own accounts and those accounts which you nominate.
Important: In this case the other person will have full and unrestricted NAB Internet Banking access to your nominated account/s as though they were their own. If you are a business customer, this would be a great way to add your business and personal accounts to the one NAB ID.
How to apply
You must visit a NAB branch (or your business banker if you are a business customer) to be identified and to sign an application form. The other person receiving NAB Internet Banking access to the nominated accounts must also sign the form as an authorised user.
2. Apply for an additional NAB ID
You can apply for an additional NAB ID in your own name. You can nominate one or more of your own accounts for use with this additional NAB ID. You can then give a person (an authorised user) this additional NAB ID and a temporary password to use with NAB Internet Banking. This authorised user does not need to be a NAB customer, as the NAB ID belongs to you. However, the authorised user will have to satisfy the NAB's identification policy.
Important: You are responsible for all use of the additional NAB ID.
By granting access in this way, you have the option of restricting the level of access for each of the accounts attached to the additional NAB ID. For example, you can allow view only access so that the authorised user can only use NAB Internet Banking to check account balances and transaction history, and cannot transfer funds from account/s. Alternative access levels are credits only, debits only or full access. Different accounts attached to the additional NAB ID can have different access levels.
This would be useful, for example, if you wanted to allow your accountant (or an employee) to view one or more of your personal or business accounts using NAB Internet Banking, without allowing them the ability to transfer funds.
How to apply
To apply for an additional NAB ID, you must visit a NAB branch to complete and sign an application form. The authorised user may also need to satisfy the 100 point identification requirement. Once the necessary parties have signed the application form, the additional NAB ID and temporary password will be issued to you or the authorised user on the spot. This additional NAB ID can then be registered for NAB Internet Banking through the normal processes.