Opening an account in Lithuania

In order to open an account in Lithuania you need to provide the following information:

Private
Corporate
  1. Passport of citizen of a foreign country or
    Diplomatic passport or
    Personal identification card of EU resident
  2. Permission to (temporarily or permanently) live in the Republic of Lithuania or document regarding the person‘s right to (temporarily or permanently) live in the Republic of Lithuania provided by the Migration Department under Lithuanian
  3. Filled out Private person questionnaire (pdf)
  4. Documents evidencing demand for banking services in the Republic of Lithuania – it is necessary in order to receive access to remote management of accounts, payment cards or to use the service of renting individual safe deposit boxes (e.g., documents evidencing regular income received in the Republic of Lithuania; documents evidencing immovable property ownership in the Republic of Lithuania etc.)
The account may be opened by head of the company or his empowered representative.
Companies not registered in the Republic of Lithuania should
  1. Standard application form of the Bank for account opening (filled out in the bank)
  2. Filled out Legal person questionnaire (pdf) and
    KYC questionnaire (pdf)
  3. Registration certificate or transcript of registration issued by the commercial register of a foreign country
  4. Articles of Association (Statute or Bylaws)
  5. Authorization to represent the company
  6. Questionnaire  “Know Your Customer”  (filled out in the bank)
  7. Recommendation letter issued by a financial institution whose services are used in a foreign country
  8.  Documents evidencing demand for banking services in the Republic of Lithuania (e.g., agreements with business partners in the Republic of Lithuania; recommendation letters issued by business partners in the Republic of Lithuania and the like).
These documents shall be translated into Lithuanian. Ttranslator’s signature shall be certified by a seal of the translation agency or notary of the Republic of Lithuania. Documents shall be notarized and legalized in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania.

Document legalization is not applied provided that a foreign country where the company is registered is a member of the Hague Convention on cancellation of legalization of foreign country documents (www.urm.lt or www.hcch.net ). In such a case the company shall present a certificate on the origin of documents issued by a responsible institution of the country of registration of the company (APOSTILLE)
More information could be found at:
https://www.dnb.lt/en/private/accounts-and-payments/bank-account-private
More information could be found at:
https://www.dnb.lt/en/corporate/accounts-and-payments/bank-account#

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