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Accounts for Ukrainian customers

Open a bank account

  • Open the account yourself online
  • No need to visit a branch office
  • Fast and secure

Welcome!

We welcome refugees from Ukraine to open a current account with ABN AMRO. Every current account comes with an IBAN, a bank card and the possibility for the account holder to do banking and make payments using Internet Banking or our mobile app. Foreign transfers are also possible. This way it is possible to manage your everyday banking in a secure, fast and simple way.  

A bank account with 1 debit card costs  €2.95 per month.

How it works

Refugees from Ukraine can only open a bank account using their mobile phone. Opening an account and providing proof of identity in the form of a valid international Ukrainian passport, a citizen service number (BSN) and an (official) address in the Netherlands can be done within the ABN AMRO app. Your ABN AMRO debit card will be delivered within a few business days to the address you have provided.

In order to open an account, you need the following:

  • Valid international Ukrainian passport
  • BSN (Citizen Service Number)
  • Official residential address in the Netherlands

Open a bank account in 3 steps

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Step 1

Open an account for yourself using your mobile.

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Step 2

When opening your account online, you can provide proof of identity in digital form directly. With a valid Ukrainian passport.

Okay

Step 3

Once you have successfully opened your account, you will receive your debit card within a few business days. You can then start banking online.

Open a bank account in 3 steps

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Step 1

Open an account for yourself using your mobile phone. Open the ABN AMRO app and choose: Open a new bank account. 

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Step 2

When opening your account in the app, you need to provide proof of identity in digital form with a valid international Ukrainian passport, BSN and Dutch address.

Okay

Step 3

Once you’ve opened your account, you will receive your debit card within a few business days. You can then start banking online.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can open an account and identify yourself through the ABN AMRO app using one of the following:

1. an English-language Ukrainian passport for travel abroad. The English-language passport must be valid or must have been renewed by the Ukrainian embassy with a renewal stamp that is still valid at the time of opening the account;

2. an internal Ukrainian passport, together with an 'identity certificate' issued by the Ukrainian embassy;

3. a valid English-language Ukrainian ID card for internal use;

4. a Ukrainian permanent residence permit that was valid on 24 February 2022 (the day that Russia invaded Ukraine) together with a valid passport from another non-EU country;

5. a valid 'O document'. As of June 2022, the Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) can issue an 'O document' to Ukrainian refugees who have no official proof of their ID.

The Basic Payment Package consists of a bank account with 1 debit card and costs  €2.95 per month.

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The war in Ukraine and your banking affairs

The impact of Russia's invasion of Ukraine is being felt across the globe. The sanctions imposed on Russia by the European Union affect the payment systems of all Dutch banks. Read about the impact of the sanctions on your banking affairs and how you can help Ukraine. 

Apps that make your life easier

Apps that make your life easier

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ABN AMRO app

Set up alerts. Check your balance. With our ABN AMRO app you can arrange your banking affairs safely and simply.

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Tikkie

Simply request a refund, for example via WhatsApp. Another bank? No problem. Tikkie is for everyone!