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


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SWIFT Code By Countries Name


What is  SWIFT Code?

swift code stands for society for worldwide interbank financial telecommunication.its is also known as BIC (Bank identifier codes), approved by the International Organization for Standardization(ISO).All banks use a swift code for Transfer money to abroad bank.

what is Bank SWIFT Code?

Use of swift code?

we can use swift code for transfer money oversea. it means you want to transfer money one bank account to another bank account international at that time you need swift code for transfer money.ex. if you and your father are live in a different country and you want to transfer money your bank account to your father bank account at that time you need bank swift code for international money transaction.

how find bank swift code?

we find SWIFT code on our bank statement.SWIFT code is also found on the particular bank website and you can also find SWIFT code on ifsccodeofbank.in by a simply select country,bank,city, and branch.

A format for Bank SWIFT Code

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

  • first four characters is a bank code: (ex. SBINxxxxxxx). Here SBIN is a bank code.
  • next 2 characters is a country code: (ex. xxxxINxxxxx). Here IN is a country code.
  • next 2 characters is a location code: (ex. xxxxxxBBxxx).Here BB is a location code.
  • last three characters is a bank branch code, it is optional for primary office (ex. xxxxxxxx832).Here 832 is a bank branch code.

Difference between IFSC Code & SWIFT Code

IFSC Code

SWIFT Code

It is utilized to encourage electronic cash exchange between the banks in India. It is utilized to encourage electronic cash exchange between oversea banks.
It is a 11-digit alpha-numeric code. SWIFT code is a 8 or 11 characters code.
The initial four characters show the name of the bank. first four characters is a bank code.
Fifth position has been defaulted with a '0'. next 2 characters is a country code.
Last 6 digits speak to the bank area. IN last five characters first two characters is location code and last three characters is bank brach code (last three characters is optional).

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