Brazil bank number and ISPC Code Search Tool

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To find a bank number in Brazil, kindly select the bank name, either by typing or selecting it from the dropdown menu. The bank number finder will display the result beneath the search form.

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Brazil bank numbers and ISPB code - FAQs

Where to find my Brazil bank number?

Find your Brazilian bank number, known as a número do banco or código do banco in Portuguese, by logging into your online banking system. You’ll also be able to check for your bank number on correspondence from your bank such as letters or statements.

Alternatively you can find your own Brazil bank number - or the Brazil bank code you need for sending a payment to someone else - using the handy search tools available here.

What does a Brazil bank number look like?

Brazil bank numbers are 3 digit codes which show which bank an account is held at. These codes are used when sending a TED or DOC payment from one bank in Brazil to another, or when sending international transfers into Brazil.

The sending bank or money transfer service will use the Brazilian bank number to direct the payment to the correct institution, and make sure the money arrives safely and quickly into your recipient’s account.

What is an ISPB code used for?

ISPB stands for Identificador do Sistema de Pagamento Brasileiro - the Brazilian Payment System Identifier. ISPB codes are 8 digits long and - like the código do banco - help to guide a payment to the correct bank.

ISPB codes are not always needed when sending a payment to Brazil, as the 3 digit bank code is more commonly used. In some cases you may be given the option to enter either the bank code or the ISPB when arranging a payment.

About Brazil Bank number Code Search and Finder Tool

The Brazil Bank number tool checks the validity of your code based on our complete database. The tool is provided for informational purposes only.

Whilst every effort is made to provide accurate data, users must acknowledge that this website accepts no liability whatsoever with respect to its accuracy. Only your bank can confirm the correct bank account information. If you are making an important payment, which is time critical, we recommend to contact your bank first.