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Become a customer of our online equity trading service

It is free of charge, and you will receive a VPS account simultaneously.

If you want to trade as a retail customer, see below. Do you want to trade on behalf of a company? Go to the bottom of the page.

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Investing in shares can be both exciting and interesting. Not least because investing in shares over time is often more profitable than saving in other less risky forms of savings. Read more about shares and stock exchanges here.

Should you become a retail customer with a share savings account or a normal trading account?

As a retail customer, you can choose to trade using a normal trading account (share trading account) or using a share savings account (ASK). You will get a VPS account either way. The key differences between a share savings account and a normal trading account are:

Benefits of share savings account

  • You can buy publicly-listed shares and ETFs on stock exchanges within the EU/EEA (not outside)
  • A share savings account (ASK) gives you the right to deferred taxes on profits when you sell publicly-listed shares or ETFs within the scheme.
  • You do not pay tax until the profit is taken out of the share savings account

Benefits of normal trading account

  • You can trade on exchanges within and outside of the EU, e.g. in the US and Canada
  • You can use the account to trade both exchange-traded and unlisted shares, including NOTC (Norwegian Over the Counter) or shares on Euronext Growth*
  • You can also trade ETNs.

*Formerly Merkur Market

You can order BankID here

BankID is a personal and electronic proof of identity for identifying and signing online, and it is used for our equity trading service. BankID can be used for any bank where you hold an account, and on most government websites in Norway.

Find out more about BankID

How to get started trading shares

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With a corporate account in our equity trading service, you can trade shares on behalf of your business.

Would you like to become a corporate customer?

To trade shares on behalf of your company, you need to complete an application form. You can do this by logging in with your national identity number and personal BankID, and then answering the questionnaire. The form will appear automatically after you log in to the online bank. Click below and follow the steps.

Read more about corporate equity trading
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Would you like to become a DNB customer?

For many, it may be beneficial to switch to DNB. If you find that this applies to you, click below and get the transfer process started. It is easier than you think, and it is completely free of charge!

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