What are the different roles available?
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Each member's access is defined by a role. A role sets the limits of possible actions on a Qonto account.

There are five types of roles:

  • The Account Holder can access all sections and perform any action: invite or disable access of any members.

  • The Admin role is granted the same rights as the Account Holder. However, unlike the Account Holder, an Admin is not allowed to request the account closure.

  • The Manager role (for Business and Enterprise plans) is customizable so that they can only see and do what the Admin or the Owner have decided. They can have access to expense and supplier invoices management, team management, financial monitoring, and bookkeeping. However, they can't set up or manage accounts, change role status, or edit subscriptions.

    • Their scope of permissions will apply either on a Team level or at the Whole company level. 👉 You will find the details of their permissions here.

  • The Employee role limits access to its own transactions. They can own a card and make payments with it if one is assigned to them. With Business and Enterprise plans, they are also able to make transfer requests.

  • The Accountant role (from Smart plan) has been designed to suit the needs of your external accountant, finance advisor, manager, or CPA. With Business and Enterprise plans, they are also able to make transfer requests.

💡 You can compare the permissions allowed for each role in the table below:

We recommend assigning a role that fits each team member's needs to make the most out of Qonto and achieve maximum collective efficiency.

For more details, check this article 👉 How to invite a new team member

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