SWIFT Codes for banks in China - Page 10

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in China. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. Passive participants codes are excluded from the list.

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IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
451BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHONGHE(HONGHE BRANCH)COMMCNSHHHE
452BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHUAI'AN(HUAIAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHHAA
453BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHUAIBEI(HUAIBEI BRANCH)COMMCNSHHBI
454BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHUAIHUA(HUAIHUA BRANCH)COMMCNSHHHA
455BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHUAINAN(HUAINAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHHNA
456BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHUANGGANG(HUANGGANG BRANCH)COMMCNSHHGG
457BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHUANGSHAN(HUANGSHAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHHSN
458BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHUANGSHI(HUANGSHI BRANCH)COMMCNSHHSI
459BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHUIZHOU(HUIZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHHUI
460BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHULUDAO(HULUDAO BRANCH)COMMCNSHHLD
461BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHUOERGUOSI(OFF-SHORE RMB UNIT(HORGOS INT'L COOPERATION CENTER SUB-BRANCH))COMMCNSHHRG
462BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHUZHOU(HUZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHHUZ
463BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJIAMUSI(JIAMUSI BRANCH)COMMCNSHJMS
464BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJIAN(JIAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHJAN
465BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJIANGMEN(JIANGMEN BRANCH)COMMCNSHJMN
466BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJIAOZUO(JIAOZUO BRANCH)COMMCNSHJZO
467BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJIAXING(JIAXING BRANCH)COMMCNSHJXG
468BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJIEYANG(JIEYANG BRANCH)COMMCNSHJYG
469BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJILIN(JILIN BRANCH)COMMCNSHJLN
470BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJINAN(SHANDONG PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHJNN
471BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJINCHENG(JINCHENG BRANCH)COMMCNSHJCG
472BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJINGDEZHEN(JINGDEZHEN BRANCH)COMMCNSHJDZ
473BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJINGMEN(JINGMEN BRANCH)COMMCNSHJMA
474BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJINGZHOU(JINGZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHJIA
475BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJINHUA(JINHUA BRANCH)COMMCNSHJHA
476BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJINING(JINING BRANCH)COMMCNSHJNG
477BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJINZHONG(JINZHONG BRANCH)COMMCNSHJZG
478BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJINZHOU(JINZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHJIN
479BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJIUJIANG(JIUJIANG BRANCH)COMMCNSHJJG
480BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJIUQUAN(JIUQUAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHJQN
481BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJIXI(JIXI BRANCH)COMMCNSHJXI
482BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSJIYUAN(JIYUAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHJYN
483BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSKAIFENG(KAIFENG BRANCH)COMMCNSHKFG
484BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSKORLA(BAYINGUOLENG BRANCH)COMMCNSHBYG
485BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSKUNMING(YUNNAN PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHKMG
486BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLAIWU(LAIWU BRANCH)COMMCNSHLWU
487BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLANGFANG(LANGFANG BRANCH)COMMCNSHLFG
488BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLANZHOU(GANSU PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHLAN
489BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLESHAN(LESHAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHLSN
490BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLIANYUNGANG(LIANYUNGANG BRANCH)COMMCNSHLYG
491BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLIAOCHENG(LIAOCHENG BRANCH)COMMCNSHLCG
492BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLIAOYANG(LIAOYANG BRANCH)COMMCNSHLYB
493BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLINFEN(LINFEN BRANCH)COMMCNSHLFN
494BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLINYI(LINYI BRANCH)COMMCNSHLYI
495BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLISHUI(LISHUI BRANCH)COMMCNSHLSI
496BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLIUPANSHUI(LIUPANSHUI BRANCH)COMMCNSHLPS
497BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLIUZHOU(LIUZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHLIU
498BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLONGYAN(LONGYAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHLYN
499BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLOUDI(LOUDI BRANCH)COMMCNSHLDI
500BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSLUAN(LU'AN BRANCH)COMMCNSHLAA

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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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.

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