Swedbank AS

Business Summary

retail banking
corporate banking
natural persons
legal entities
current accounts
debit cards
credit cards
savings accounts
time deposit accounts
consumer loans
car loans
mortgage loans
trading accounts
pension accounts
investment funds
business loans
Area Served
internationally (connected to Estonia)

Swedbank AS provides products and services in the areas of retail banking, corporate banking. The range of products offered by Swedbank AS includes current accounts, debit cards, credit cards, savings accounts, time deposit accounts, consumer loans, car loans, mortgage loans, trading accounts, leasing, pension accounts, investment funds, business loans. Swedbank AS makes its solutions available to natural persons, legal entities.

Account Opening
submit online application
visit bank branch

Opening an account with Swedbank AS can be done by performing the following steps: submit online application, visit bank branch.

Required Documents
ID card

Swedbank AS requires the following documents to open a personal bank account: passport, ID card.

While opening a bank account Swedbank AS has to perform KYC procedure and comply with AML requirements. KYC procedure usually includes obtaining the information about customer identity, residential address, current occupation and source of income. KYC checks performed by Swedbank AS and the documents used are outlined below.

Identity Verification
ID card
Address Confirmation
Current Occupation
Income Source

Swedbank AS may require additional documentation or information depending on the case.

Ways to Bank
branch branch
online banking online banking

Products and services offered by Swedbank AS are available at its branches and via its online banking system.

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