Become a corporate customer
Open a corporate account and get a corporate card, online banking and access to Norway’s leading experts in banking and finance.
Start your company with DNB
Digital services that make everyday banking easier
Get the accounting app DNB Regnskap free for 6 months
Would you like to start a new company?
Or do you have an organisation number from before?
Have you already started an application with the bank?
You can update a submitted application with new documents here:
Remember signed documents
To process your application as quickly as possible, it’s important that you attach all of the necessary documents, and that these are signed. You’ll find information about which documents we need for the different types of companies under the choices above. We’ll get back to you as soon as we start processing your application.
Know your customer
As a bank, we must comply with the Money Laundering Act. This means that, among other things, we must gather information about you as a customer, the purpose/nature of the customer account and which transactions you expect to have.
In some cases, we may need more information in order to process your application. Then we’ll get in touch with you. After we have received and processed your application, you will be able to use the customer account you have applied for.
Please note that we will run a credit check on you during the account opening process. All banks are required by law to obtain sufficient information about a customer when setting up an account and on an ongoing basis while the account is open.
Questions about getting set up?
Start a chat and enter your question. For example, “How can I become a corporate customer?”
Relevant products and services
Security deposit account
Open a security deposit account for the business
Pupil enterprise, youth enterprise or student enterprise
Save time with banking and accounting in one
Corporate mobile banking service
Get a complete overview of the company’s finances
Simple payment solutions for businesses, clubs and associations