SWIFT Codes

Search SWIFT Codes or BIC Codes of all the banks in the world here

First select your country, select the bank, select your city and finally select the branch of your bank to find SWIFT Code




SWIFT Code By Countries Name



LETTER O


LETTER Q


LETTER Y


LETTER Z

What is  SWIFT Code?

A SWIFT code is a global bank code that acknowledges specific banks round the world. It's otherwise called a Bank Identifier Code (BIC). CommBank utilizes SWIFT codes to send cash to abroad banks.

Format for Bank SWIFT Code

  A SWIFT code consists of eight or eleven characters:(ex. SBININBB832).

  • Initial four characters - bank code (just letters) (SBINxxxxxxx)
  • Next two characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 nation code (just letters) (xxxxINxxxxx)
  • Next two characters - area code (letters and digits) (inactive member can have "1" within the second character)(xxxxxxBBxxx)
  • Last three characters - branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office) (letters and digits)(xxxxxxxx832)