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Grant a mandate as a company or an organisation

In e-Authorizations, a company, an association or an organisation may authorise a company, an organisation or a person to act on its behalf. The mandate can be granted by a person who has the right to represent the company or association alone, or together by the company’s representatives entered in the Trade Register.

Those with the right to represent can also give a person of their choice the right to grant mandates of the representative’s right to authorise for the management of the company’s or organisation’s mandates in e-Authorizations.

A person, company, or association may also submit a request for a mandate for transactions to a company or organisation, in which case the mandate is granted by validating the mandate request.

More information on acting on behalf of a company or organisation and who can grant mandates in e-Authorizations

When you want to grant a mandate on behalf of a company or organisation in e-Authorizations, 

  • use your personal identifiers, i.e. your personal banking identification codes, a mobile certificate, a certificate card or the Finnish Authenticator application, to identify yourself in Instructions for identification using different identification tokens
  • select acting on behalf of a company and the company or organisation on behalf of which you want grant mandates. If you wish to grant a mandate to a self-employed person, select also the acting on behalf of a company option.

If you use e-Authorizations on behalf of a company, an association or an organisation and you do not use the service for two hours, you will have to select the Acting on behalf of a company function again.

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This page contains instructions for granting a mandate in e-Authorizations.