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Remote management

of the bank accounts and of the accounts opened with the State Treasury


real time access to the situation of the accounts and online processing of the operations


and easiness in using the application


specialized assistance and support

35% discounts

on transfers initiated through this channel

Multiple transfers

 for the salary payments


for multiple users under one subscription

Granting differentiated rights

to the employees who use the service

How it works

BRD@ffice is the internet banking service that offers you real time access to the accounts in full safety and mobility conditions, 24/7.

BRD@ffice is the ideal solution for your business if you need to make a transfer as soon as possible and you cannot get to the bank. By using BRD@ffice the transfer is instantly processed, once you confirm its signing.  

The service operates by simply connecting to the address www.brdoffice.ro and introducing the security elements assigned to each user.

Becoming a customer

Subscribe to BRD@ffice service by filling in the required documents in any BRD branch, or online by filling in your contact details in the form below.

Thus, one of our consultants will contact you as soon as possible in order to:

- provide you with the requested information
- retrieve your application form
- establish a meeting with one of our advisors for finalizing the contract details


For confirmation of subscribing to BRD@ffice service, in BRD branches you will receive a copy of the contract which consists of:

- Subscription form
- General Conditions of Accession
- Annexes


The safety of your accounts is our constant preoccupation, this is why the service is using an 128 bits encryption, one of the most advanced technologies available for securing online transactions. The encryption is a process that transforms the confidential information in an unreadable line of characters, before it is sent via internet, ensuring in the same time a safe confidential data transmission channel between the bank's system and your internet browser.



- You can easily check if you are on a secure website: the letter "s" must always appear in the address bar of your browser after "http". Therefore, the website address where you have access to your accounts must start with: https://www.brdoffice.ro
- When you move from a secure page (https) to an insecure one (http), your browser will post a warning message. DO NOT introduce your identification data after receiving such a message.



When you access your accounts or wish to order a transfer, you can check the security certificate of the website:

- For Internet Explorer, from the File menu choose Properties. In the opening window, verify if the the "Connection" section contains the following parameters: TLS 1.2, 3DES with 168 bit encryption (High); RSA with 2048 bit exchange. Then press the "Certificates" button and verify if the issued certificate has the following values: Issued to: www.brdoffice.roIssued by: Symatec Class 3 Secure Server CA – G4. Verify if the "Certification Path" tab contains: Symatec Class 3 Secure Server CA – G4 and This certification is ok in the Certificate status.
- For Internet Explorer, by selecting the lock image from the right side of the address bar, you must view the image having the text: VeriSign has identified this site as: www.brdoffice.ro.



To safely navigate the Internet, and especially on web-sites involving financial transactions, you can resort to some means of protection:

-Avoid using a user with administrative privileges (e.g.: Windows Administrator account);
-Ensure that your operating system (PC or phone) is updated with the latest security patches;
-Install the latest browser version;
-Install an AntiVirus and Firewall solution and have them regularly updated;
-Every time you download an application, use secure sources to download it (manufacturer's page) and use applications from known vendors.

Also, check if the page you're browsing is safe (use https: // - you can see this in your browser's address bar) and especially do not use the "Remember my password" option, especially for financial / banking applications.

Protect your data by using complex passwords (both on your phone and on your PC / Laptop / Apps). Also, do not use the same password for all apps or accounts on social networks. Do not forget to use the logoff button every time you leave online applications, especially banking applications.

Try to avoid using public or "free" networks, especially when using banking / financial applications. Do not leave your laptop unattended, and if you ever find yourself in the situation where you have to leave your laptop unattended, make sure it is password protected.



Frequent questions

Can transactions be made in the evening or during the weekend?
Since BRD@ffice is available 24/7, transfers within the bank are processed in real time, according to the communicated cut-off times. The other types of transactions ordered during this interval will be processed on the following banking day.

Can I also perform transactions abroad?
Certainly. You can make payments to any beneficiary, whatever the bank where they opened their accounts, provided you comply with the foreign exchange regime and you know the minimum details for the transfer to be performed (name of the beneficiary, account number and, as applicable, SWIFT code of the bank where the beneficiary holds the account). 
Is there a maximum number of users?
There is no maximum number of designated users.
Is it possible to grant to designated users the right of performing transactions on certain accounts only? 
Yes, you can define different rights for each user by filling in the specific forms.

What is Phishing?

Phishing is a fraud attempt by which offenders request personal data and personal banking data (username, Token device / eToken, etc.) and beyond.

The most frequently used channel for a phishing attack is e-mail. The e-mail you receive usually urges you to "update" or "confirm" the data of your Internet banking account or card by accessing an email link. This link takes you to a site very similar to the one you expect (a clone site) through which data is collected. The attacker get’s in possession of your e-mail address through various channels, of which most commonly used are: viruses, buying e-mail databases from specialized firms, or even hacking the IT systems of vendors e-mail services.

We encourage you to remain vigilant and never disclose personal information and bank personal data, even if the request seems to come from a source of trust.