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Everything needed for your child’s first steps in the world of finances

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Child’s account together with the special Junior plan for free

An account for allowance, child’s savings or first salary
Unlimited amount of free mobile or internet bank transfers to any bank in Estonia
ISIC scholar card for children older than 7 or regular Mastercard payment card without any fees
Modern mobile app with money request functionality and account balance change notifications
Possibility for the guardian to set up automatic allowance transfers or instantly add money to the child’s account
ATM cash withdrawals of up to 100 euros per month

ISIC card is the best card for a student

  • Environmentally friendly ISIC card is FREE for 7–17 year olds

  • Usable as a public transport card

  • Proves academic status

  • Pocket money on child's account.

  • Safe and secure card payments

  • View account balance, request money and make payments with mobile app

  • ISIC card for a scholar can be ordered if child has the account and internet bank

Learn more Order ISIC card

Four simple steps to open an account

  • Get acquainted with the preparations for the meeting
  • Choose the most suitable meeting type – video meeting or in branch. If the guardian is a SEB customer, the account can be opened in a video meeting, without the need to visit a branch
  • Book a meeting in the most suitable available time
  • Sign the customer agreement and gain access to the internet bank and mobile app, as well as apply for the child’s card

Preperations for the meeting

  Video meeting In a branch
Parent (guardian) has to be present in the meeting Yes Yes
Child has to be present in the meeting No Not mandatory
Parent must have his/her and child’s ID documents Yes Yes
Parent must be an existing SEB customer with internet bank Yes Not mandatory

Online support is available any way you prefer

We invite 9 – 12 grades to remotely participate in interactive financial literacy lectures

  • Career planning
  • 50/30/20 rule for income budgeting
  • Investment objectives and opportunities