Due to the situation with Coronavirus, Danske Bank is advancing payments to suppliers (you can read more here).

All invoicing takes place electronically and centrally. For that reason, you must not send invoices directly to the unit that has ordered the products or services or has entered into agreement.

Online invoicing makes it quick and easy to invoice us. Thus, online invoicing is the preferred option for sending invoices to Danske Bank. It streamlines invoice process, speeds up our time to payment, improves the accuracy of processing and ultimately reduces administration time and postage costs for your company. Therefore, we kindly ask you to invoice us online.

The pages in this section describe Danske Bank Group’s payment terms, invoice requirements, online invoicing options and other information you need in order to be able to invoice us correctly.

Overview of invoicing

Invoice requirements

We have set up a number of invoice requirements to make the invoice process smooth and easy.

Invoice addresses

See the invoice addresses of all the Group’s Danish and international units and read our guidelines on how to use e-Invoices.

Online invoices

We have made it easy for suppliers to invoice us online

Invoice processing in Lithuania

Supplier invoices are processed at our unit in Lithuania.

Learn more

Sourcing process
We have created a centralised purchasing unit that handles all purchases for the Group in all countries. 

Learn about our sourcing process

Group Procurement

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