You can benefit from the favourable price of an EU Payment in EUR, if the remitter and the beneficiary split the charges. Your payment instruction must contain the beneficiary's IBAN (international bank account number) and the receiving bank's BIC (bank identifier code), also known as SWIFT address.In order to obtain the low price, it is also required that the payment is ordered through one of Nordea’s electronic payment channels.
We recommend that your business collects the IBANs and BICs of your creditors outside Denmark.
To receive payments in EUR from an EU country, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, and to benefit from the favourable price, you must state the IBAN of your account with Nordea.
We suggest that you state your IBAN and Nordea's BIC, which is NDEADKKK, on your invoices and letter paper together with your account number etc. You may obtain self-adhesive stickers from your branch with Nordea's BIC and a field for writing your IBAN for you to use on your invoices etc.