Banking for registered association customers
You can book a time for a phone meeting or online meeting by calling Nordea Business Centre. If you are setting up a customer relationship for a new association, the representative has to have some Finnish bank's personal bank ID's so that we can identify the representative.
According to the law, banks must identify and know their customers. For this reason, send the following documents via Nordea Omaposti at least one day before the meeting:
An up-to-date excerpt from the register of associations (it needs to be up-to-date before the meeting)
The rules of the association if they have not been provided before or if there have been changes to them
The following information about the board members
Date of birth
Personal identity code if the member is authorised to sign for the association
Citizenship, country of residence and country of birth
If the board member a politically exposed person (PEP), a family member of a politically exposed person and/or someone who is known to be a close business associate of politically exposed persons
- The minutes of the annual meeting if needed (signed), to identify board members
The identified and signed minutes of the Board of Directors
- The minutes or the excerpt from the minutes has to be identified, in other words it must indicate, for example, to whom (name and personal identity code) the right to use the account is granted (the account number must be stated) and which banking services are opened or activated
- The minutes should also state that the person in question is authorised to make the changes by themselves.