We offer our customers:

  • Easy banking – banking whenever and wherever it suits you. The app Nordea Mobile and Nordea Netbank are available in English.
  • Expertise – financial advice for every stage in your life.
  • Financial services – read more about what we can offer you.

How to become a customer without a Mobile BankID

In order to become a customer of Nordea, you have to be able to identify yourself and answer questions about why you need a bank account and visit one of our local branches. You need to bring documents that show who you are and your purpose for becoming a customer:

  • A valid identity document. If you have a Swedish personal identity number you need to present a Swedish id document. If you don’t have a Swedish id document, bring a foreign passport or other photo id issued in the EU/EES showing your citizenship. Please note that copies of passports and LMA cards are not valid identity documents.
  • If you have a coordination number you need to bring your current notice of tax assessment (A-skattsedel).
  • We might also ask you to bring documents which show the source of your funds, e.g. account statements from your bank.
  • If you are a foreign student you need to bring a letter of admission from your university or college showing the length of your course.
  • As a bank we are obliged to have information about our customers, and know how they use certain banking services. Read more about why we ask questions

Find a local branchÖppnas i nytt fönster

”Vardagspaketet” for everyday banking

When you open an account with us, you will get a package with our most popular services – Vardagspaketet – which will help you manage your daily banking smoothly and swiftly. The price for Vardagspaketet is SEK 39 per month, but as a new customer you will receive the first two months free of charge. 

Find out more about what is included in Vardagspaketet.

Personal identification number
Our services
Corporate customer

Swedish personal identification number

If you plan to stay in Sweden for at least one year and have a valid residence permit issued by the Swedish Migration Board, you will need to register with the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket) to obtain a Swedish personal identity number. More information is available at SkatteverketÖppnas i nytt fönster in several languages.

If you do not have Swedish identification number, you can identify yourself with a valid foreign passport or other photographic identification document that shows your citizenship. This must be issued by an authority or some other authorised issuer. Read more on Swedish Bankers’ Association – Becoming a bank customerÖppnas i nytt fönster

Our services

Mortgages loans and consumer credits

Buying a new home often requires financing. We can offer you various types of loans suited to your financing needs.


Saving is important throughout life – whether you are saving for something special, a deposit for your dream home or have other plans. We offer various saving and investment products with different risk levels and combinations. Our savings experts can help set you up with the best savings and investment products suited to your needs.


We offer insurance policies for you and your family. Sound insurance cover provides security in the event of illness or unemployment. Gathering all your insurances with Nordea gives greater benefits and a sound overview of your entire insurances.

Gathering all your business with us gives greater benefits

At Nordea, we reward customers who gather all their business with us. The more of your business you entrust us with, the greater the benefits and the better prices you will have. For more information and to test your level, go to nordea.se/kundprogram (Swedish only).

Become a corporate customer

Do you wish to become a corporate customer? Do you own a foreign company that does not have a Swedish corporate identity number? Our international branch is here to help you. Please call 0771-350 360 and press 9 for assistance in English.

Opening hours:

  • Weekday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. CET
  • Weekends and public holidays: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. CET

We hope to hear from you!