Bangladesh Bank SWIFT Code

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Bangladesh. 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
1AB BANK LIMITEDBOGRA(BOGRA BRANCH)ABBLBDDH201
2AB BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(AGRABAD BRANCH)ABBLBDDH101
3AB BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(CDA AVENUE BRANCH)ABBLBDDH110
4AB BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(EPZ BRANCH)ABBLBDDH105
5AB BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(JUBILEE ROAD BRANCH)ABBLBDDH126
6AB BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(KHATUNGANJ BRANCH)ABBLBDDH102
7AB BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(OFFSHORE BANKING UNIT)ABBLBDDHOBU
8AB BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(STATION ROAD BRANCH)ABBLBDDH103
9AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(GULSHAN BRANCH)ABBLBDDH019
10AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(IMAMGANJ BRANCH)ABBLBDDH003
11AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(ISLAMI BANKING)ABBLBDDH027
12AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(KAKRAIL BRANCH)ABBLBDDH009
13AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(KARWAN BAZAR BRANCH)ABBLBDDH002
14AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(MOHAKHALI BRANCH)ABBLBDDH011
15AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(MOTIJHEEL BRANCH)ABBLBDDH004
16AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(NAWABPUR ROAD BRANCH)ABBLBDDH013
17AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(NEW ELEPHANT ROAD BRANCH)ABBLBDDH006
18AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(NORTH SOUTH ROAD BRANCH)ABBLBDDH010
19AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(PRINCIPAL BRANCH)ABBLBDDH005
20AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(UTTARA BRANCH)ABBLBDDH020
21AB BANK LIMITEDDHAKAHEAD OFFICEABBLBDDH
22AB BANK LIMITEDJESSORE(JESSORE BRANCH)ABBLBDDH214
23AB BANK LIMITEDKHULNA(KHULNA BRANCH)ABBLBDDH301
24AB BANK LIMITEDNARAYANGANJ(NARAYANGANJ)ABBLBDDH008
25AB BANK LIMITEDSYLHET(DARGAH GATE BRANCH)ABBLBDDH111
26AB BANK LIMITEDSYLHET(V.I.P. ROAD BRANCH)ABBLBDDH112
27AGRANI BANK LIMITEDBOGRA(THANA ROAD BR.)AGBKBDDH029
28AGRANI BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONGAGBKBDDH0CH
29AGRANI BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(AGRABAD JAHAN BLD. CORP. BR.)AGBKBDDH018
30AGRANI BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(ASADGONJ BRANCH)AGBKBDDH016
31AGRANI BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(COMMERCIAL AREA BRANCH,CHITTAGONG)AGBKBDDH015
32AGRANI BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(EPZ BRANCH)AGBKBDDH035
33AGRANI BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(LALDIGHI EAST BRANCH, CHITTAGONG)AGBKBDDH017
34AGRANI BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(NEW MARKET BRANCH,CTG.)AGBKBDDH039
35AGRANI BANK LIMITEDCHITTAGONG(STRAND ROAD BR.)AGBKBDDH041
36AGRANI BANK LIMITEDCOMILLA(RAJGONJ BRANCH)AGBKBDDH020
37AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(AMIN COURT BRANCH,DHAKA)AGBKBDDH004
38AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(B.WAPDA CORPORATE BRANCH)AGBKBDDH033
39AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(BANANI BRANCH)AGBKBDDH008
40AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(BANGABANDHU AVENUE CORPORATE BRANCH)AGBKBDDH002
41AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(FOREIGN EXCHANGE BRANCH,DHAKA)AGBKBDDH006
42AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(FOREIGN REMITTANCE MANAGEMENT DIVISION)AGBKBDDH099
43AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(GREEN ROAD BR.)AGBKBDDH036
44AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(GULSHAN BRANCH)AGBKBDDH042
45AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(INTERNATIONAL DIVISION,DHAKA)AGBKBDDH000
46AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(MOHAKHALI BRANCH)AGBKBDDH043
47AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(MOULVI BAZAR BRANCH,DHAKA)AGBKBDDH003
48AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(NAWABPUR ROAD BRANCH)AGBKBDDH014
49AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(PRINCIPAL BRANCH, DHAKA)AGBKBDDH001
50AGRANI BANK LIMITEDDHAKA(PURANA PALTAN BRANCH)AGBKBDDH034

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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