China Bank SWIFT Code - Page 15

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in China. 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
701BANK OF INNER MONGOLIA CO.,LTD.ULANQAB(BANK OF INNER MONGOLIA ULANQAB BRANCH)HSSYCNBH007
702BANK OF INNER MONGOLIA CO.,LTD.WUHAI(BANK OF INNER MONGOLIA WUHAI BRANCH)HSSYCNBH008
703BANK OF INNER MONGOLIA CO.,LTD.XILINHOT(BANK OF INNER MONGOLIA XILINGOL BRANCH)HSSYCNBH004
704BANK OF JIANGSU CO LTDNANJINGBOJSCNBN
705BANK OF JIANGSU CO LTDSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH (FTU))BOJSCNBN020
706BANK OF JIANGSU CO LTDSHENZHEN(SHENZHEN BRANCH)BOJSCNBN010
707BANK OF JIAXING CO., LTD.JIAXINGBOJXCNBJ
708BANK OF JILIN CO., LTDCHANGCHUNJLBKCNBJ
709BANK OF JILIN CO., LTDDALIANJilin Bank Co., Ltd. Dalian BranchJLBKCNBJ001
710BANK OF JINHUA (FORMERLY JINHUA CITY COMMERCIAL BANK)JINHUAJHCBCNBJ
711BANK OF JINING CO.LTDJININGBKJNCNBJ
712BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.ANSHAN(ANSHAN BRANCH)JZCBCNBJASN
713BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.BEIJING(BEI JING)JZCBCNBJBJG
714BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.BENXI(BENXI BRANCH)JZCBCNBJBXI
715BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.CHAOYANG(CHAOYANG BRANCH)JZCBCNBJCYG
716BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.DALIAN(DALIAN BRANCH)JZCBCNBJDLN
717BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.DANDONG(DANDONGBANCH)JZCBCNBJDDG
718BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.FUSHUN(FUSHUN BRANCH)JZCBCNBJFSN
719BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.FUXIN(FUXIN BRANCH)JZCBCNBJFXN
720BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.HARBIN(HARBIN BRANCH)JZCBCNBJHEB
721BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.HULUDAO(HULUDAO BRANCH)JZCBCNBJHLD
722BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.JINZHOUJZCBCNBJ
723BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.JINZHOU(JINZHOU BRANCH)JZCBCNBJJZH
724BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.LIAOYANG(LIAOYANG BRANCH)JZCBCNBJLYG
725BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.SHENYANG(SHENYANG BRANCH)JZCBCNBJSYN
726BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.TIANJIN(TIANJIN BRANCH)JZCBCNBJTJN
727BANK OF JINZHOU CO.,LTD.YINGKOU(YINGKOU BRANCH)JZCBCNBJYKU
728BANK OF JIUJIANG CO.,LTDGUANGZHOU(BANK OF JIUJIANG,GUANGZHOU BRANCH)BOJJCNBJ020
729BANK OF JIUJIANG CO.,LTDHEFEI(HEFEI BRANCH)BOJJCNBJ551
730BANK OF JIUJIANG CO.,LTDJIUJIANGBOJJCNBJ
731BANK OF JIUJIANG CO.,LTDNANCHANG(NANCHANG BRANCH)BOJJCNBJ791
732BANK OF KUNLUN CO., LTDBEIJINGCKLBCNBJ010
733BANK OF KUNLUN CO., LTDBEIJINGDaqing Kunlun Bank Branch OfficeCKLBCNBJ
734BANK OF KUNLUN CO., LTDKARAMAY(KARAMAY BRANCH)CKLBCNBJ990
735BANK OF KUNLUN CO., LTDSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH)CKLBCNBJ021
736BANK OF KUNLUN CO., LTDURUMQI(URUMQI BRANCH)CKLBCNBJ991
737BANK OF KUNLUN CO., LTDXI'AN(XIAN BRANCH)CKLBCNBJ029
738BANK OF LANGFANG CO.,LTDLANGFANGBOLFCNBL
739BANK OF LANZHOU CO., LTDLANZHOULZCBCNBL
740BANK OF LIAOYANGLIAOYANGLCOMCNBJ
741BANK OF LIUZHOU CO.,LTD.LIUZHOULZBKCNBJ
742BANK OF LUOYANGLUOYANGBank of Luoyang Branch OfficeBOLYCNBJ
743BANK OF MONTREAL (CHINA) CO. LTD.BEIJINGBOFMCNBJ
744BANK OF MONTREAL (CHINA) CO. LTD.BEIJING(HEAD OFFICE)BOFMCNBJHOX
745BANK OF MONTREAL (CHINA) CO. LTD.GUANGZHOUBOFMCN22
746BANK OF MONTREAL (CHINA) CO. LTD.SHANGHAIBank of Montreal, Ltd. Guangzhou BranchBOFMCNSH
747BANK OF NANJING (FORMERLY NANJING CITY COMMERCIAL BANK)NANJINGNJCBCNBN
748BANK OF NANJING (FORMERLY NANJING CITY COMMERCIAL BANK)NANJING(BANK OF NANJING FREE TRADE UNIT )NJCBCNBNFTU
749BANK OF NINGBOBEIJING(BEIJING BRANCH)BKNBCN2NBEI
750BANK OF NINGBOHANGZHOU(HANGZHOU BRANCH)BKNBCN2NHAN

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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