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Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority only accepts, processes and archives e-invoices. Please ensure that in the future, your invoices will be submitted electronically via central government e-invoicing service operator OpusCapita.
E-invoicing address/EDI identifier: 003725020673
OpusCapita Solutions Oy E204503
Business ID: 2502067-3
VAT number: FI25020673
Paper invoices will be returned to the sender unpaid
In Finland each eInvoice sender and receiver has own representative called intermediator that can be a Finnish bank or operator which is responsible for handling and delivering sender and receiver’s eInvoicing delivery process. These operators and banks have bilateral interconnection between each other (a four-corner model), which then composes so called open eInvoice network.
OpusCapita is the Finnish Government’s e-invoicing service provider. If your service provider has an agreement with OpusCapita on sending e-invoices, you can send the invoices to Finnish government agencies via OpusCapita. It is also possible to send the invoices to government agencies using the Peppol network. If you are not able to send the e-invoice through the above channels, you can create an e-invoice free of charge using the Handi Supplier Portal and Basware Supplier Portal.
Central government will not sign contracts on receiving e-invoices with any other service provider. We will not accept invoices sent by e-mail, only e-invoices submitted using the e-invoicing system (JHS recommendation 155). Incorrect invoices will also be returned to sender.
Handi Supplier Portal
If your organisation does not yet have an e-invoicing system, you can use the Finnish Government’s Handi Supplier Portal to produce and send e-invoices.
For further support and information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +358 2955 64 040
Calls (including waiting time) to telephone numbers beginning 0295 at the Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority are charged at the local network rate (lnr) if they are made from landlines, and at the mobile network rate (mnr) if made from mobile telephones.
The rate depends on the caller’s agreement with the telephone operator. In addition to a time-based charge, the operator may charge a starting fee per phone call. Calls to these numbers are not included in most free call packages.