Who can conduct transactions on behalf of a company?
You can conduct transactions via the e-service in the name of a company or an organisation, if
- the data provider is designated in the Trade Register or the Business Information System (YTJ) as having an official role in the company or
- organisation in question, orthe data provider has been e-authorised by an authorised signatory of the company or organisation to act on behalf of the company or organisation in a specific e-service.
You can act on behalf of a company if you have any of the following official roles:
- Managing Director
- Substitute for the Managing Director
- Deputy Managing Director
- Chairman of the Board
- Member of the Board
- Building Manager
- Full-time Building Manager
- General Partner (Ky)
- Partner (Ay)
- Authorised signatory
If the data provider has a one-person limited liability company and the data provider is the only member of the company board, only a data provider designated by the Trade Register as having an official role in the company in question can act on behalf of the company.