You want to authorise someone to represent you
If you prefer, you can authorise someone else to manage your affairs with the SVB. Or you can manage someone else’s affairs for them.
Select the situation that applies to you and read more about authorising someone to manage your affairs for you.
If you want to authorise someone to manage your online affairs with us at My SVB, you can use ‘DigiD Machtigen’ (DigiD Authorisation).
‘DigiD Machtigen’ allows you to authorise a person of your choice to manage your online affairs at My SVB. You must never give your personal login details to anyone. The person you authorise must have a DigiD or valid EU Login themselves and use their DigiD or EU Login to log in to My SVB.
If you want to authorise someone to manage your affairs with us by post or over the telephone, you can use our authorisation form.
When will you need an authorisation form?
You will need an authorisation form if your representative:
- requests information from us, either orally or in writing
- gives information to us, either orally or in writing
- receives our letters to you
- requests, changes or adds to your personal details, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
If you want to act on behalf of a person who is legally incapacitated, they will not be able to authorise you.
Instead, another person, for example their partner, child, brother or sister, can ask the court to appoint an administrator.