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Bank account

  • You can keep funds in different currencies in one account (you can add new currency to your account via internet bank)
  • You can manage your account both by visiting a bank unit and via electronic channels

The foundation of your financial activity

You can open an account

The registration will take only 15 minutes. After that, you will take advantage of the mobile app possibilities, order card delivery to your address of choice, open a current account, and start using SUMANU plan for free for the first 3 months.

Schedule a meeting at the branch convenient to you and use the full range of SEB services.


When you have a bank account, you can:

  • Keep and save your money in the account securely
  • Withdraw cash from your account from ATMs and other outlets
  • Receive your salary and other income to your account
  • Receive money transferred to you from bank accounts in Lithuania and abroad
  • Transfer money to other accounts in Lithuania and abroad
  • Buy and sell foreign currency
  • Manage your money conveniently, pay for services online, via a cell phone or by visiting a bank unit
  • Link a payment card to the account
How to open an account?

Once you have arrived at a SEB bank unit of your choice, you have to:

  1. Show one of the following personal identity documents:
  • Personal identity card of the Republic of Lithuania
  • Personal identity card of the Republic of Lithuania
  • Passport of a citizen of a foreign state
  • Personal identity card of an EU Member State, Liechtenstein or Switzerland
  • Permit for temporary or permanent residence in the Republic of Lithuania
  • Foreigner's passport of the Republic of Lithuania
  1. Complete a questionnaire for natural persons:

Questionnaire for Natural Persons (PDF)

  1. Sign a bank account agreement
Account switch service

The account switch service is when your newly chosen payment service provider and your current payment service provider help you to transfer with your bank account related payment services at your request.

Limited usage account

Limited usage account is an account of limited functionality intended for servicing credit, leasing, deposit or any other banking product, where a customer does not wish to have a bank account, yet an account is necessary for proper administration of a relevant service, and the right to have a limited usage account is provided by legislation or under agreement with the bank.

Price list

Services Charges

Minimum bank service fee:

bank account opening (except account opening for non-residents3)
bank account maintenance
bank account closure
administration of incoming payments2
EUR 1 per month1

Minimum bank service fee for non-residents3:

bank account maintenance
bank account closure
administration of incoming payments2
EUR 10 per month1
Account opening for non-residents3 EUR 250.00
Previous / current month statement of account free of charge
Bank account statement for period indicated by a customer EUR 5.00
Issuance of a certified document copy EUR 1.45 (per page)
Bank certification, letters and other endorsement
Standard certificate on a bank account balances, existence as the bank customer, closing of accounts (in Lithuanian or in English) EUR 10.00
Non-standard certificate on term deposits, securities, restrictions, liabilities etc. (in Lithuanian or in English) upon the agreement, min EUR 30.00
Bank certification on funds with the cumulative account free of charge
Customer requisites endorsement EUR 5.00
Debit of funds (without customer‘s consent) initiated by special order received from the PLAIS4
Fee applied to the customer whose account is debited EUR 1
Mailing of a statement of bank account or any other document:
by post in Lithuania EUR 1.45
by post to a foreign country EUR 5.79
Payment document endorsement by the bank EUR 0.58 per page

1 The fee is applied for every bank account of a customer.

2 Administration of incoming payments in all currencies transferred within SEB Bank and administration of incoming payments in euro from other banks registered in Lithuania, the EU, the EEA countries, Switzerland, Monaco, San Marino and Andorra.

3 All natural persons are classified as non-resident customers, other than those who are classified as residents. A resident is a natural person legally residing in the Republic of Lithuania or in any other Member State of the European Union or of the European Economic Area, i.e. a person who, by virtue of the legislation of the Republic of Lithuania or of such other Member State has the right, respectively, to reside in the Republic of Lithuania or in such other Member State.

PLAIS – Funds limitation information system administrated by SE Centre of Registers (VĮ „Registrų centras“).