Generate your IBAN

Do you receive payments from other countries?

Your IBAN (International Bank Account Number) and DNB's BIC (Bank Identifier Code or SWIFT address) should be specified in all payments you receive from other countries. Kindly ensure that those sending you payments from abroad are given this information.

The IBAN basically consists of your present account number in the bank plus a four-character prefix. You can use the calculator below to determine the IBANs for your accounts in DNB (Norway, Denmark and Sweden). The IBAN is also specified in your bank statement.
On invoices and stationary, write the IBAN number in groups of four digits as shown in the example below.

Example of a payment address with IBAN:
A/C for international payments:

Finn ditt IBAN-nummer - kun konto i DNB Bank ASA
Choose the country of your account, and enter your account number:
Account number:
Your IBAN number:
Electronic IBAN:
IBAN for use in print:
You can check to see if an account number is a valid IBAN
Enter the account number and click on the Control-button.
NB! We can only confirm whether or not the account number is a valid IBAN, based on current standards, and not whether the account actually exists.
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The BIC address for IBAN is: