Disclosure of tax information to third parties

Banks operating in Lithuania must inform the State Tax Inspectorate under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania (the STI) about clients who may be potential taxpayers in the United States of America (the USA). This obligation is laid down in the following legislation:

The following are considered potential U.S. taxpayers:

More information can be foun:

What should you do if you are a U.S. taxpayer / potential U.S. taxpayer?

If you meet any of the above criteria, please confirm that you are a U.S. taxpayer by completing the Client Confirmation of U.S. Taxpayer Status form, which can be found here. IMPORTANT: When filling in the form, please fill in the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) carefully. The U.S. Taxpayer Code is the Employer Identification Number (EIN), which has a 9-digit structure: xx-xxxxxxx. You can find more information about U.S. Taxpayer Identification numbers (TINs) here.

If you meet any of the above criteria, but you are not a U.S. taxpayer, please complete the Client Confirmation of Non-Resident Status for U.S. tax purposes form, which can be found here.

How to submit a completed form to the bank?

You can submit the completed form in writing by sending an email to kc@sb.lt or via the Internet bank.

You can also fill in the form at any bank branch.

We remind you that you can submit the form with the help of Dokobit, after signing the form with a certified electronic signature.

If you have any questions, please contact us in the most convenient way for you: call 1813 (+370 37 301337 when calling from abroad), write an email kc@sb.lt or contact via the Internet bank.