SWIFT Code Lookup Tool

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What’s a SWIFT/BIC code?

SWIFT codes are a type of Bank Identification Code (BIC) used for international wire transfers. These 8-11 characters long codes allow banks to identify financial institutions when transferring money between banks.

What’s a SWIFT/BIC code?

SWIFT codes are a type of Bank Identification Code (BIC) used for international wire transfers. These 8-11 characters long codes allow banks to identify financial institutions when transferring money between banks.

SWIFT codes broken down:
  • Bank Code: This is a unique four-character alphabetical identifier that represents your financial institution. It comprises a combination of letters (A-Z).
  • Country Code: The following two characters indicate the bank’s location country.
  • Location Code (Optional): An extra two characters, if present, specify the city.
  • Branch Code (Optional): Final 3 characters specifying the branch of a bank, not always included.

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