What is the IBAN code for Bank of Ireland in Ireland?

IBAN for Bank of Ireland in Ireland consists of up to 22 characters:

  • 2 letters ISO country code
  • 2 digits IBAN check digits
  • 4 characters SWIFT/BIC Code
  • 6 digits Sort Code
  • 8 digits Account Number
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Bank of Ireland IBAN example for Ireland


IE 79 BOFI 931152 12345678

 
Bank of Ireland IBAN in print format IE79 BOFI 9311 5212 3456 78
ISO Country Code IE
Checksum 79
SWIFT/BIC Code BOFI
Sort Code 931152
Account Number 12345678

How can I find my Bank of Ireland Ireland IBAN number?

To ensure your money quickly reaches the right account, it's essential to find the correct IBAN. Finding your Bank of Ireland IBAN shouldn't be difficult. You can either use the example above to work out your IBAN, use an IBAN generator tool, or you can find everything you need by logging into Bank of Ireland online banking.

Using an incorrect IBAN number could mean that your payment gets returned, or even arrives in the wrong account. If you're unsure, it's important to check the IBAN with your bank or ask the recipient to confirm the correct details.

Please note that any IBAN or BBAN account numbers which appear on this page are used as examples, and shouldn’t be used to process your transfer. To find your own unique IBAN, click the IBAN Calculator at the bottom of this page.

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Do you need an IBAN in Ireland?

Yes. International money transfers to a Bank of Ireland account in Ireland require an IBAN number. A standard bank account number isn’t enough. If you're making or receiving a payment to a Bank of Ireland account and you want your money to arrive quickly and safely in Ireland, you’ll need to provide the bank with a few extra details. This generally includes an IBAN or SWIFT code.

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