In order to gain access to the time stamp service and the qualified certificate for electronic signatures, you must contact a qualified trust service provider subject to the eIDAS Regulation, such as Microsec, Netlock or NISZ, or a foreign service provider, who is on the trust lists of the European Union. All the services provided by qualified trust service providers on the EUTL are of the same value, also in respect of banking services.
We recommend choosing a signature package that includes a time stamp service in addition to the qualified electronic signature certificate, so that the technical conditions required by the Bank can be met via a single subscription. If you are interested in our offer available to K&H Bank's corporate clients only, please contact the Corporate Customer Service or your dedicated relationship manager.
The qualified certificate for electronic signatures may be installed on a chip card by the qualified trust service provider (so the signature key is also stored on the device). The provider can also offer a remote key management, such as the ability to sign using a mobile application (in which case the signature key is held by the trust service provider), or a software solution where the key is stored on the computer used for signing. None of the above solutions are mandatory for our customers - they are free to choose the solution that is most suitable and convenient for them. For more information on the details of each solution, please contact the relevant qualified trust service provider.