- A current account agreement for a legal entity can be signed by its legal representatives or someone with notarised authority
- The founder(s) can open a current account for a legal entity that is just being established
- To open a current account, the representative of a legal entity must come to a Nordea branch office bringing a proof of identity and documents proving the right of representation
For opening a current account, we accept the following forms of identification:
Documents proving the right of representation are:
- ID card,
- residence permit card,
- Estonian driver’s licence (only for Estonian citizens).
For companies registered outside Estonia, the documents needed will depend on the company’s country of origin.
- An A/B card from the Estonian Business Register showing the registration of the company (not older than 15 days). If no valid excerpt from the business register is available, the bank may make an inquiry to the e-Business Register to check the registered data
- To open a current account for public legal entities, it is additionally necessary to present the statute of the legal entity alongside the documents proving the representative’s right of representation
The documents required include:
- Certificate of Incorporation or an excerpt from the business register
- The statute of a legal entity or partnership agreement (Memorandum and Articles of Association, Memorandum of Association, By-Laws, Operating Agreement and Articles of Organisation)
- A document on the selection or appointment of the management body of the legal entity (Management Board and CEO)
- A document proving the right of representation
NB! All foreign documents that are sent to Nordea bank have to be translated, apostilled and notarized. Nordea bank accepts translations in Estonian, Russian or English.
For further information, please contact our customer service or come to our branch office.