SEB offers bank accounts to non-residents at low fees starting at 10 euro a month. This bank specializes in the non-resident market and as such offers these customers good deals. With a SEB account you can hold multiple currencies; make online transactions; receive your salary automatically and pay bills. SEB offers consulting and analysis services; payment cards and a range of service plans. SEB has a wide network of ATMs and branches or offices across the globe including New York, London, Beijing and Geneva.
Nordea (Nordea Bank Lietuva) has a long history that has earned it a reputation as a secure and safe bank. It is the largest financial group in Northern Europe and operates in the Nordic and Baltic regions with over 1,400 branches in 20 countries across the globe. Nordea offers non-residents accounts via an English-language online banking app and the accounts can be opened in practically any currency. They charge low monthly fees and offer debit cards; time deposits; online banking and use of their extensive network of ATMs. For corporate accounts, Nordea offers short and long-term financing for working capital and investment projects.
Swedbank is a convenient choice for non-residents as they have an extensive network of branches and ATMs across Lithuania. Their accounts have low monthly fees and you can apply for a debit card or credit card. Like SEB Swedbank allows you to hold multiple currencies in your account and their online and phone banking service is available in English.