SWIFT Codes for all major banks

See below to find SWIFT Codes for the most popular banks in the world.


  1. BAWAG
  2. Erste Group Bank
  3. Hypo Noe Landesbank
  4. Oberbank
  5. Oesterreichische Kontrollbank
  6. Raiffeisen
  7. UniCredit


  1. Argenta
  2. AXA Bank
  3. BNP Paribas Fortis
  4. ING Belgique
  5. KBC


  1. First Investment Bank
  2. Postbank
  3. UniCredit Bulbank


  1. Bank of Montreal
  2. Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank)
  3. Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce (CIBC)
  4. Canadian Western Bank
  5. Desjardins Group
  6. HSBC Bank Of Canada
  7. National Bank of Canada
  8. Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)
  9. The Toronto Dominion Bank (TD)


  1. Alpha Bank
  2. Ancoria Bank
  3. Bank Of Cyprus


  1. Banque Populaire - BPCE Group
  2. BNP Paribas
  3. Boursorama
  4. Caisse D'Epargne
  5. Crédit Agricole
  6. Crédit Lyonnais
  7. Crédit Mutuel - CIC Banques
  8. HSBC
  9. Société Générale


  1. Berliner Sparkasse
  2. Berliner Volksbank
  3. Comdirect Bank
  4. Commerzbank
  5. Deutsche Bank
  6. Deutsche Postbank
  7. Hamburger Sparkasse
  8. Ing-Diba
  9. N26 Bank
  10. Sparkasse Ansbach
  11. Sparkasse Kölnbonn
  12. Targobank
  13. UniCredit Hypovereinsbank


  1. Alpha Bank
  2. National Bank Of Greece
  3. Piraeus Bank


  1. Budapest Bank
  2. CIB Bank
  3. Erste Bank Hungary
  4. K&H Bank
  5. MKB Bank
  6. OTP Bank


  1. Axis Bank
  2. Bank Of Baroda
  3. Canara Bank
  4. HDFC Bank
  5. ICICI Bank
  6. State Bank of India (SBI)


  1. AIB Bank
  2. Bank Of Ireland
  3. Danske Bank
  4. KBC Bank
  5. Ulster Bank Ireland
  6. UniCredit Bank


  1. Banca Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena
  2. Banco BPM SPA
  3. Banco Nazionale Del Lavoro
  4. Chebanca
  5. ING
  6. Intesa Sanpaolo
  7. Poste Italiane
  8. Unicredit


  1. Bank Of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
  2. Japan Post Bank
  3. Mizuho Bank
  4. Resona Bank
  5. Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
  6. The Norinchukin Bank


  1. Banque Internationale À Luxembourg
  2. Caceis Bank Luxembourg
  3. Deutsche Bank Luxembourg
  4. UniCredit Luxembourg


  1. Ambank (M) Berhad
  2. Cimb Bank Berhad (CIB)
  3. Hong Leong Bank Berhad
  4. Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)
  5. Public Bank Berhad
  6. RHB Bank Berhad


  1. Banco Nacional De Mexico (BANAMEX)
  2. Banco Santander (Mexico)
  3. Banorte (Casa De Bolsa Banorte, S.A)
  4. BBVA Bancomer
  5. HSBC Mexico
  6. Scotiabank Inverlat


  2. ASN Bank
  3. ING Bank
  4. Rabobank
  5. SNS Bank

New Zealand

  1. ANZ Bank
  2. ASB Bank
  3. Kiwibank


  1. Bank Pekao
  2. PKO BP


  1. ActivoBank
  2. Banco Comercial Português
  3. Banco Santander Totta
  4. Caixa Geral De Depositos


  1. Banca Transilvania
  2. BCR - Banca Comerciala Romana
  3. BRD - Groupe Societe Generale
  4. CEC Bank
  5. Raiffeisen Bank
  6. Unicredit Tiriac Bank


  2. Banco Sabadell
  3. Banco Santander
  4. Bankia
  5. Bankinter
  6. BBVA
  7. Caixabank


  1. Nordea Bank
  2. SEB Bank
  3. Swedbank


  1. Bank Julius Baer And Co. (Julius Baer)
  2. Banque Cantonale De Genève (BCGE)
  3. Credit Suisse
  4. Raiffeisen Schweiz Genossenschaft
  5. UBS Group
  6. Zuercher Kantonalbank


  1. Akbank T.A.S.
  2. Turkiye Cumhuriyeti Ziraat Bankasi
  3. Turkiye Garanti Bankasi
  4. Turkiye Halk Bankasi
  5. Turkiye Is Bankasi
  6. Yapi Ve Kredi Bankasi

United Kingdom

  1. Barclays Bank
  2. Citibank
  3. Halifax
  4. HSBC Bank
  5. Lloyds Bank
  6. Monzo Bank
  7. Nationwide Building Society
  8. Natwest
  9. Santander
  10. The Royal Bank of Scotland
  11. TSB Bank

United States

  1. Bank Of America
  2. Capital One
  3. Chase Bank (Jp Morgan Chase)
  4. Citibank
  5. Fifth Third Bank
  6. HSBC
  7. PNC Bank
  8. Truist Bank
  9. U.S. Bancorp
  10. Wells Fargo Bank

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About SWIFT Codes

SWIFT/BIC codes are used to identify specific banks and branches in international money transfers, making sure your money gets to the right place. These codes are used by banks to process international wire transfers and messages.

All SWIFT codes consist of 8 or 11 characters. An 11 digit code refers to a specific branch, while an 8 digit code (or one ending in 'XXX') refers to the bank's head office. SWIFT code registrations are handled by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT). The term SWIFT is often used interchangeably with BIC, which stands for Bank Identifier Code.

The tools here are 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 or time-critical payment, we recommend you contact your bank first.