To open a current account you will need to come to a Nordea branch office and present an identity document.
For opening a current account, we accept the following forms of identification:
- ID card,
- residence permit card,
- Estonian driver’s licence (only for Estonian citizens)
Citizens of foreign countries will also need to present a document stating the reasons for their stay in Estonia and for opening a current account, such as a study or work certificate or proof of real estate ownership in Estonia.
Bank has the right to ask the client to provide sufficient reasons for his/her interest towards or connection to Estonia when opening an account or agreeing to some form of payment contract (for example studying or working in Estonia or owning real estate). Also, confirmation of clients legal staying in Europe can be asked.
A precondition to entering into any payment contact is opening a current account in Nordea bank, no additional contracts are required.
Opening an account is without fee. Information about other fees can be found here.
Estonian law is adapted to payment services.
All disagreements are attempted to be solved in settlement between parties. If a disagreement does not come to a settlement, the client has the right to contact Consumer Protection Services committee (Pronksi 12, 10117 Tallinn www.tarbijakaitseamet.ee. The committee can also be contacted via internet: http://ec.europa.eu/odr. See more about committee’s operation rules here: www.tarbijakaitseamet.ee. If a disagreement does not come to a settlement, both parties have the right to assert a claim to be resolved in court.