SWIFT Codes for banks in China - Page 19

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
901CHINA CITIC BANKCHANGSHA(CHANGSHA BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ410
902CHINA CITIC BANKCHANGZHOU(CHANGZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ213
903CHINA CITIC BANKCHENGDU(CHENGDU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ610
904CHINA CITIC BANKCHIFENG CITY(CHIFENG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ024
905CHINA CITIC BANKCHONGQING(CHONGQING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ400
906CHINA CITIC BANKCHUZHOU(CHUZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ239
907CHINA CITIC BANKDALIAN(DALIAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ116
908CHINA CITIC BANKDONGGUAN(DONGGUAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ523
909CHINA CITIC BANKDONGYING(DONGYING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ257
910CHINA CITIC BANKFOSHAN(FOSHAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ528
911CHINA CITIC BANKFUZHOU(FUZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ350
912CHINA CITIC BANKGUANGZHOU(GUANGZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ510
913CHINA CITIC BANKGUANGZHOU(PANYU SUB-BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ511
914CHINA CITIC BANKGUIYANG(GUIYANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ550
915CHINA CITIC BANKHAIKOU(HAIKOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ570
916CHINA CITIC BANKHANDAN( HANDAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ056
917CHINA CITIC BANKHANGZHOU(HANGZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ310
918CHINA CITIC BANKHARBIN(HARBIN BR.)CIBKCNBJ150
919CHINA CITIC BANKHEFEI(HEFEI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ230
920CHINA CITIC BANKHENGYANG(HENGYANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ421
921CHINA CITIC BANKHOHHOT(HUHEHAOTE BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ010
922CHINA CITIC BANKJIAOZUO(JIAOZUO BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ454
923CHINA CITIC BANKJIAXING(JIAXING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ314
924CHINA CITIC BANKJILIN(JILIN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ132
925CHINA CITIC BANKJINAN(JINAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ250
926CHINA CITIC BANKJINING(JINING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ272
927CHINA CITIC BANKKUNMING(KUNMING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ650
928CHINA CITIC BANKLANZHOU(LANZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ730
929CHINA CITIC BANKLHASA(LHASA BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ850
930CHINA CITIC BANKLINYI(LINYI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ276
931CHINA CITIC BANKLUOYANG(LUOYANG BR.)CIBKCNBJ471
932CHINA CITIC BANKMA'ANSHAN(MAANSHAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ243
933CHINA CITIC BANKNANCHANG(NAN CHANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ330
934CHINA CITIC BANKNANJING(NANJING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ210
935CHINA CITIC BANKNANNING(NANNING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ530
936CHINA CITIC BANKNANTONG(CITIC BANK NANTONG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ226
937CHINA CITIC BANKNANYANG(NANYANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ473
938CHINA CITIC BANKNINGBO(NINGBO BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ315
939CHINA CITIC BANKORDOS(ORDOS BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ017
940CHINA CITIC BANKPUTIAN(PUTIAN BR.)CIBKCNBJ351
941CHINA CITIC BANKQINGDAOQingdao BranchCIBKCNBJ266
942CHINA CITIC BANKQUANZHOU(QUANZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ362
943CHINA CITIC BANKRIZHAO(RIZHAO BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ268
944CHINA CITIC BANKSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ200
945CHINA CITIC BANKSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH, FREE TRADE ZONE UNIT)CIBKCNBJFT1
946CHINA CITIC BANKSHAOXING(SHAOXING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ312
947CHINA CITIC BANKSHENYANG(SHENYANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ110
948CHINA CITIC BANKSHENZHEN(QIANHAI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJSZQ
949CHINA CITIC BANKSHENZHEN(SHENZHEN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ518
950CHINA CITIC BANKSHIJIAZHUANG(SHIJIAZHUANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ050

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.

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.