Where can I see the mandates organization has granted?
You can see the mandates granted by the organisation in Suomi.fi e-Authorizations after you have selected Mandates by the company as the service role and
you have the right to grant mandates of a company or association alone in Suomi.fi e-Authorizations on the basis of register information (for example, as the managing director)
you are a private entrepreneur, an agricultural entrepreneur or a forestry entrepreneur
you are a member of the company board
you are a partner in a general partnership or a responsible partner in a limited partnership
you are an authorised person of a limited liability company or a cooperative entered in the Trade Register
you are a shareholder of a tax partnership.
Other parties can only view mandates granted by a company, association or other organisation and mandates that have expired during the past 15 months if they have been granted, in Suomi.fi e-Authorizations, a mandate to see the authorisation register. for example, a municipality may grant the financial director the right to see the authorisation register. For instructions on granting this mandate, see the Examples of organisational mandates page.
Please note the following:
A person who has been granted the representative’s right to grant a mandate may only view the mandates to represent granted to other persons regarding the mandate themes to which they have been granted the representative’s right to grant a mandate.
If you have been granted the right to grant a mandate or the representative’s right to grant a mandate, you cannot see the rights to grant a mandate or representative’s rights to grant a mandate granted to other parties.
On the Expired mandates page, you will see the mandates whose period of validity has expired or those which have been invalidated prior to expiry. Expired mandates are displayed on the page for 15 months after their expiry date.
On the Granted mandates page, you can see all those to whom mandates have been granted . If you click on the name of the assignee, you will see all the mandates granted by you to them.
If there is a large number of mandates, you can
search for the mandates granted to a specific person, company or organisation by the name, part of name or identifier of the assignee
search for mandates granted for certain mandate themes or with a certain specifier
view different mandates by limiting them by mandate type
limit the list based on the period of validity of the mandates
download all granted mandates as a CSV file and view them in table format.
Mandate status data:
Valid: The assignee can act on behalf of the assignor.
Not valid yet: The assignee can act on behalf of the assignor from the start date of the mandate.
Invalid: The assignee cannot act on behalf of the assignor because some of the details of the mandate have changed. Invalidate the invalid mandate and grant a new mandate if necessary.
The mandate theme is not in use: The assignee may no longer be able to act on behalf of the assignor because the mandate theme used in the mandate is no longer used for new mandates. Check whether the mandate theme that is no longer in use can be used for acting on behalf of someone in the e-service you need. Grant a new mandate if necessary.
At present there is no notification of the expiry of a mandate. You can view the mandates that are about to expire in Suomi.fi e-Authorizations.
The organisation's mandates are tied to either the Business ID or VAT ID of a foreign company or the company ID of a foreign company's country of registration. If the company’s Business ID does not change, there is no need for new mandates. The validity of a mandate is always checked on the basis of Business ID.
If an organisation terminates its operation or merges with another organisation,
all the granted mandates will be valid until their end date unless they area separately invalidated.
the received mandates for transactions and the granted mandates to represent will no longer be valid if the organisation’s business ID changes.
If the organisation’s business ID changes, the mandates for transactions must be requested again and the employees must then be granted new mandates to represent.
An employee can have mandates that are connected with the mandates received by their employer (mandate to represent and representative's right to grant an authorisation). If the employee leaves, the employer must invalidate these mandates. If an employee needs the mandates in a new job, the new employer will grant the necessary new mandates.