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Frequently asked questions corporate insurance and savings

Questions and answers

1. How can I change the beneficiary for my pension investments?

If you are the representative of the company, you can change the beneficiary for pension investments by sending a message through your personal Omaposti channel. 

2. How can I change the beneficiary for my pension investments?

If you are the representative of the company, you can change the payment plan for pension investments by calling Nordea Business Centre, tel. 0200 26262, Mon–Fri 9.00–16.30. Please have your personal online banking codes at hand when calling. 

3 How can I change the beneficiary for my pension investments?

Eläkesijoitus ja muutosoikeus voidaan lisätä yrityksen verkkopankkiin tai henkilöasiakkaan verkkopankkiin, jolloin eläkesijoitukseen voi tehdä muutoksia Vakuutukset-välilehdeltä. Yrityksen allekirjoittaja voi lisätä muutosoikeuden soittamalla Nordea Business Centreen 0200 2121 (24h/vrk). 

4. When can I start withdrawing my pension?

The first date on which you can withdraw your pension is shown on the annual statement for your pension investments and on the original agreement. 

5. I have received a letter stating my pension period is about to start. Do I need to do something?

The letter will contain a return envelope and instructions on starting your pension. If you do not intend to withdraw your pension yet, you can disregard the letter, in which case your pension start date will automatically be postponed by one year. 

6. Where can I get the invoices for my pension investments again?

You can ask for previous invoices for your pension investments by calling Nordea Business Centre, tel. 0200 26262, Mon–Fri 9.00–16.30. 

7. I would like to discuss my pension investments.

You can book an appointment for an investment meeting by calling Nordea Business Centre, tel. 0200 26262, Mon–Fri 9.00–16.30. 

8. How can I make a withdrawal on my Corporate Capital agreement?

If you are the representative of the company, you can make a withdrawal on your Corporate Capital agreement by calling Nordea Business Centre, tel. 0200 26262, Mon–Fri 9.00–16.30. Please have your personal online banking codes at hand when calling. 

9. How do I redeem my fund units?

If you are the representative of the company, you can redeem your company’s fund units by calling Nordea Business Centre, tel. 0200 26262, Mon–Fri 9.00–16.30. Please have your personal online banking codes at hand when calling. ing. 

10. How can our company start saving?

You can book an appointment for a free saving and investment meeting by calling Nordea Business Centre, tel. 0200 26262, Mon–Fri 9.00–16.30, so we can find the best saving and/or investment products for your company.

11. I would like to buy or sell shares my company owns.

You can buy or sell the shares owned by your company through Netbank if your company has a book-entry account and the Investor’s service. Otherwise, if you are the representative of the company, you can place orders for buying or selling shares by calling Nordea Business Centre, tel. 0200 26262, Mon–Fri 9.00–16.30. 

12. How can I trade in shares through Netbank?

If you want to trade in shares, you can sign up for the Investor’s service in Netbank. In the Investor’s service in Netbank, you can place buy and sell orders and keep track of their status and the value of your investments. The service also gives you access to versatile data services, analyses and recommendations. Trading in Netbank is affordable, and it becomes even cheaper if you trade actively. The Investor’s service also includes access to the Nordea Investor service, which is specifically designed to be accessed on mobile devices. You can log into Nordea Investor through Netbank or Nordea Mobile or at investor.nordea.fi. 

You can sign up for the Investor’s service in a phone meeting. Please schedule a time for the meeting by calling Nordea Business Centre, tel. 0200 26262, Mon–Fri 9.00–16.30. You can find additional information on our website, nordea.fi, by selecting Business > Our services > Investments > Online trading.

13. What is a LEI?

A LEI (Legal Entity Identifier) is a 20-character alphanumeric code used to uniquely identify companies participating in the global financial markets. The LEI system was developed with the purpose of creating a worldwide reference information system that would assign a unique identifier to every legal person engaging in financial transactions in every country.

The EU has issued new regulations to ensure that all corporations trading in financial instruments can be identified consistently. If your company does not have an LEI, it cannot continue to trade in the most common financial instruments in the EU. Here is what you should do:

1. Obtain an LEI for your company from an authorised issuer.

2. Inform Nordea of the LEI. (By email to: lei@nordea.com. Write the name, business ID and LEI of your company in the message.)

3. Once Nordea verifies the LEI, your company can resume trading in financial instruments.

14. How can I terminate my savings agreement?

If you are the representative of the company, you can terminate the agreement by calling Nordea Business Centre, tel. 0200 26262, Mon–Fri 9.00–16.30. Please have your personal online banking codes at hand when calling. 

When your business / entity deals with a bank, we need to identify the company / community representative with personal bank IDs. If more than one person is allowed to represent your company / association, the bank will need the confirmation and consent from all representatives of the community in dealing with the bank.