Where should I setup a bank account in Tromso?
We asked expats in Tromso what banks they use and there advice about banking. They advised...
"There are several options for setting up a bank account in Tromso. The two largest Norwegian banks are DNB and Nordea. DNB has branches in both downtown Tromso and in Tromsdalen. Nordea has branches in downtown Tromso and in Kvaløysletta. Other banks with branches in Tromso include Sparebank1 Nord-Norge, SR-Bank, and Eika gruppen. Additionally, there are a number of online banking services available, such as Skandiabanken and Sbanken," commented one expat who made the move to Tromso, Norway.
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