Country specific Account rules
Country specific information about our Account Information API and its implementation rules.
We will deliver PSD2 Payment Accounts for Individual customers.
Accounts API Attributes for Finnish Individual customers
In the below document you'll find which attributes are applicable for Finnish Individual customers, as well as other rules (e.g. the maximum number of transactions).
We will deliver PSD2 Payment Accounts for Corporate customers.
When sending in a request using our Consent API, you need to add a "PSU-Corporate-ID" into the header. For Finnish Corporates, this is their Business identity code which is displayed in the Corporate Internet bank settings (in Finnish: Yrityksen tiedot > Asiakastunnus; in Swedish: Företagsinformation > Kund-ID). When you include this number in the header, it is important that you use the same format as per the Internet bank (e.g. if there is a hyphen, it must be included).
For the end user / agent (PSU) to be able to access the Corporate customer's account information or make payments, they need to have the appropriate permissions as per the Corporate Internet bank agreement. An end user's permissions can be updated by contacting their local branch.
If the end user / agent (PSU) has permission to view accounts for multiple Corporate customers, the Get Accounts response will include all accounts that they have access to. This means that the accounts listed in the response may belong to multiple Corporate customers, rather than just one.
Accounts API Attributes for Finnish Corporate customers
In the below document you'll find which attributes are applicable for Finnish Corporate customers, as well as other rules (e.g. the maximum number of transactions).