The main purpose of BankID is to ensure access to a variety of online services through safe remote identification. BankID can be used to receive administrative, public, bank, financial, and other commercial and noncommercial services. This service is accessible from a PC, laptop, or smartphone with Internet connection for any user having an account opened with a BankID member bank. Request and confirmation of consent to transmit data are provided only by the personal data owner.
In order to use BankID, a user selects a service on the service portal website and selects the identification method by BankID.
To view the list of service portals follow this link.
To view the list of subscribers go to BankID Subscribers section.
After selecting a bank, the user will be forwarded to the bank’s website for further authorization (input of login, password, card number etc.). After authorization the user permits the bank to transmit personal data to the subscribed service provider.
Data that may be transmitted (encrypted)
Date of birth
Protection of Personal Data in BankID NBU
BankID identification is safe for users. BankID does not store personal data of users. Information is transmitted encrypted in line with Ukrainian law. All user data is protected by an encryption certificate and transmitted by BankID affixing a qualified electronic signature or a qualified electronic seal of the transmitting bank.