Argentina Bank SWIFT Code

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Argentina. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.


IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
1BALANZ CAPITAL VALORES SABUENOS AIRESBAZVARBA
2BANCO BICA S.A.SANTA FEBICAARBS
3BANCO BRADESCO ARGENTINA S/ABUENOS AIRESBBDEARBA
4BANCO CENTRAL DE LA REPUBLICA ARGENTINABUENOS AIRESBCRAARBA
5BANCO CMF S.A.BUENOS AIRESCMFBARBA
6BANCO COINAG S.A.ROSARIOCNIAARBR
7BANCO COLUMBIA S.A.BUENOS AIRESCLLUARBA
8BANCO COMAFI S.A.BUENOS AIRESQUILARBA
9BANCO CREDICOOP COOPERATIVO LIMITADOBUENOS AIRESBCOOARBA
10BANCO DE COMERCIO S.A.BUENOS AIRESMCFAARBA
11BANCO DE CORRIENTES S.A.CORRIENTESBCORARBC
12BANCO DE FORMOSA S.A.FORMOSABFSAARBF
13BANCO DE GALICIA Y BUENOS AIRESBUENOS AIRESGABAARBA
14BANCO DE INVERSION Y COMERCIO EXTERIOR S.A.BUENOS AIRESBICXARBA
15BANCO DE LA CIUDAD DE BUENOS AIRESBUENOS AIRESBACIARBA
16BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINABAHIA BLANCA(BAHIA BLANCA BRANCH)NACNARBABAH
17BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINABUENOS AIRESNACNARBA
18BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINABUENOS AIRES(CASA CENTRAL)NACNARBACCL
19BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINACONCORDIA(CONCORDIA BRANCH)NACNARBACON
20BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINACORDOBA(CORDOBA BRANCH)NACNARBACOR
21BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINACORRIENTES(CORRIENTES BRANCH)NACNARBACTS
22BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINAMAR DEL PLATA(MAR DEL PLATA BRANCH)NACNARBAMPL
23BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINAMENDOZA(MENDOZA BRANCH)NACNARBAMEN
24BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINANEUQUEN(NEUQUEN BRANCH)NACNARBANEU
25BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINAPERGAMINO(PERGAMINO BRANCH)NACNARBAPER
26BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINAPOSADAS(POSADAS BRANCH)NACNARBAPOS
27BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINARAFAELA(RAFAELA BRANCH)NACNARBARAF
28BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINARECONQUISTA(RECONQUISTA BRANCH)NACNARBAREC
29BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINARIO CUARTO(RIO CUARTO BRANCH)NACNARBARCU
30BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINAROSARIO(ROSARIO BRANCH)NACNARBAROS
31BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINASALTA(SALTA BRANCH)NACNARBASAL
32BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINASAN JUAN(SAN JUAN BRANCH)NACNARBASJU
33BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINASAN MIGUEL DE TUCUMAN(SAN MIGUEL DE TUCUMAN BRANCH)NACNARBASMT
34BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINASAN RAFAEL(SAN RAFAEL BRANCH)NACNARBASRA
35BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINASANTA FE(SANTA FE BRANCH)NACNARBASFE
36BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINAVILLA MARIA(VILLA MARIA BRANCH)NACNARBAVMA
37BANCO DE LA PAMPA S.E.M.BUENOS AIRESPAMPARBA
38BANCO DE LA PAMPA S.E.M.GENERAL PICOPAMPARBA200
39BANCO DE LA PAMPA S.E.M.SANTA ROSAPAMPARBA001
40BANCO DE LA PROVINCIA DE BUENOS AIRESBAHIA BLANCA(BAHIA BLANCA BRANCH)PRBAARBABAH
41BANCO DE LA PROVINCIA DE BUENOS AIRESBUENOS AIRESPRBAARBA
42BANCO DE LA PROVINCIA DE BUENOS AIRESLA PLATA(LA PLATA HOUSE)PRBAARBALPT
43BANCO DE LA PROVINCIA DE BUENOS AIRESMAR DEL PLATAPRBAARBAMP1
44BANCO DE LA PROVINCIA DE CORDOBACORDOBACORDARBA
45BANCO DE LA PROVINCIA DE CORDOBACORDOBA(GERENCIA DE COMERCIO EXTERIOR)CORDARBACOR
46BANCO DE LA PROVINCIA DEL NEUQUEN S.A.BUENOS AIRESBPNEARBA
47BANCO DE LA REPUBLICA ORIENTAL DEL URUGUAYBUENOS AIRESBROUARBA
48BANCO DE SAN JUAN SASAN JUANBSJUARBJ
49BANCO DE SANTA CRUZ S ARIO GALLEGOSBPSCARBA
50BANCO DE SERVICIOS Y TRANSACCIONES SABUENOS AIRESBSTIARBA

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them.

The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The registrations of Swift Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

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