All banks in the EU must send a fee statement for each payment account to their customers. This increases transparency and thus also competition among the banks.
We are required by law to send a fee statement for each payment account. So if you have more than one payment account, you will receive more than one statement.
What does the EU fee statement show?
The fees to be shown in the statement are determined by legislation – and include the fees for access to online banking, the transfer of funds and the use of payment forms. In addition, the statement shows credit and debit rates for each individual payment account.
For example, a payment account with Danske Bank is called a Danske Konto. You may have given the account another name in Danske Mobile Banking and Danske eBanking.
Fixed-term savings accounts, loan accounts and custody accounts are not payment accounts and are therefore not included in the fee statement.