Service level agreement

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An SLA formalises the relationship between a bank's customer and its bank, by covering the minimum standards of service expected by the customer - including key performance indicators (KPIs) - and agreed to by the bank.


SLAs are also used between one bank and another.

For example, where a bank provides services to its own customers indirectly, through a correspondent bank.


More generally, any similar agreement between a customer and a service provider.

See also