Invoicing

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.

Invoicing overview

Invoice requirements
Online invoices
Invoice addresses
Invoice processing Lithuania
Invoice requirements
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To allow us to pay our bills on time, invoices must contain a number of details so that they can go directly through the invoice process.

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Online invoices
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We have made it easy for suppliers to invoice us online.

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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.

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Invoice processing Lithuania
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Our colleagues in Lithuania process all supplier invoices issued to Danske Bank in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Luxembourg, Germany, Northern Ireland and Ireland.

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Online invoices

Enter your invoices online. If you cannot e-Invoice us, you can easily enter your invoices directly on our website.
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Social responsibility

Social responsibility and concern for the environment are important to us when we select suppliers and products.
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Procurement platform

In Danske Bank, we use the digital platform Ivalua for sourcing and contracting processes with you - our suppliers.
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