Skandiabanken

Skandiabanken

Skandiabanken is an internet bank based in Sweden , owned by Skandia. It has one branch office in Stockholm and conducts the rest of its business over the internet and via telephone. Skandiabanken also operates in Norway and Denmark and is the largest internet-based bank in Scandinavia.

In late 2006 Skandiabanken changed its log-in procedure in order to enhance security and began requiring that customers use one-time codes. A [http://bme.blogg.se petition] protesting the move was immediately started.

In a 2006 survey by Norsk Kundebarometer, the company achieved an 82% satisfaction rating, meaning it came top on the list of companies in Norway. [http://www.kundebarometer.com/index.php?content=nkbres2006&criteria=tilfredshet]

Clearing number: 9150

In late 2007, the Danish branch of the company was sold to Eik Bank Danmark. [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0HXI/is_2007_May_29/ai_n25006206]

External links

* [http://www.skandiabanken.se/ Skandiabanken Sweden] - Swedish site
* [http://www.skandiabanken.no/ Skandiabanken Norway] - Norwegian site
* [http://www.skandiabanken.dk/ Skandiabanken Denmark] - Danish site


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