Registry Access

You have the right to request insight into the account information that the NemKonto registry holds about you

How to Request Access information regarding your or your company's NemKonto

If you wish to quickly and easily gain access to information regarding your NemKonto, you can log in to the Self-Service for citizens using your MitID. You can also log in to the Self-Service for companies using your MitID Erhverv. Here, you will be able to gain insight into your NemKonto history, names of private companies that have information about your NemKonto and much more. If you do not have MitID or MitID Erhverv, you can contact the Danish Agency for Digital Government. We do not have specific requirements for your inquiry, which is why you can always reach out to us by phone, letter, or email.

If you request registry access by letter or through secure mail, e.g. Digital Post, you can use the form provided below, where you provide your Danish CPR-number or CVR-number, name, address and a copy of a valid ID. This way, we can identify you correctly and securely. You can also request registry access by calling our support.
Once we have received your request, we will send you the information from the registry by postal service to your registered address.
If you have submitted your request through Digital Post, we will send the information from the registry through Digital Post.


Submit Request for Registry Access

You can use the forms provided below to request access to the NemKonto register.

Registry Access for Citizens (pdf)

Registry Access for Companies (pdf)


Send via regular mail or contact form

If you wish to send the form via postal service the request should be sent to the following address:

Attn: NemKonto Support
Dahlerups Pakhus
Langelinie Allé 17
2100 Copenhagen Ø


Send via secure mail

You can also choose to send the form via this contact form, which can be used for secure email communication.


What if the Information is Incorrect?

You can object to the Danish Agency for Digital Government if you think that your information is incorrect. Then the Danish Agency for Digital Government will consider the case and send its decision to you. The objection must be in writing and must contain your Danish CPR-number or the company's CVR-number. It must be sent to:

Digitaliseringsstyrelsen // Danish Agency for Digital Government
Attn: NemKonto
Landgreven 4
1301 Copenhagen K


Who can you contact if you want to complain?

You have the right to complain to the Danish Data Protection Agency if you are dissatisfied with the Agency for Digital Government's adjudication on our request. The Danish Data Protection Agency's contact information is at

Contact details
Datatilsynet // The Danish Data Protection Agency
Carl Jacobsens Vej 35
2500 København