China Bank SWIFT Code - 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. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.


NoBankCityBranchSwift Code
901CHINA CITIC BANKGUIYANG(GUIYANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ550
902CHINA CITIC BANKHAIKOU(HAIKOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ570
903CHINA CITIC BANKHANDAN( HANDAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ056
904CHINA CITIC BANKHANGZHOU(HANGZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ310
905CHINA CITIC BANKHARBIN(HARBIN BR.)CIBKCNBJ150
906CHINA CITIC BANKHEFEI(HEFEI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ230
907CHINA CITIC BANKHENGYANG(HENGYANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ421
908CHINA CITIC BANKHOHHOT(HUHEHAOTE BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ010
909CHINA CITIC BANKJIAOZUO(JIAOZUO BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ454
910CHINA CITIC BANKJIAXING(JIAXING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ314
911CHINA CITIC BANKJILIN(JILIN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ132
912CHINA CITIC BANKJINAN(JINAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ250
913CHINA CITIC BANKJINING(JINING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ272
914CHINA CITIC BANKKUNMING(KUNMING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ650
915CHINA CITIC BANKLANZHOU(LANZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ730
916CHINA CITIC BANKLHASA(LHASA BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ850
917CHINA CITIC BANKLINYI(LINYI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ276
918CHINA CITIC BANKLUOYANG(LUOYANG BR.)CIBKCNBJ471
919CHINA CITIC BANKMA'ANSHAN(MAANSHAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ243
920CHINA CITIC BANKNANCHANG(NAN CHANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ330
921CHINA CITIC BANKNANJING(NANJING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ210
922CHINA CITIC BANKNANNING(NANNING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ530
923CHINA CITIC BANKNANTONG(CITIC BANK NANTONG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ226
924CHINA CITIC BANKNANYANG(NANYANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ473
925CHINA CITIC BANKNINGBO(NINGBO BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ315
926CHINA CITIC BANKORDOS(ORDOS BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ017
927CHINA CITIC BANKPUTIAN(PUTIAN BR.)CIBKCNBJ351
928CHINA CITIC BANKQINGDAOCIBKCNBJ266
929CHINA CITIC BANKQUANZHOU(QUANZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ362
930CHINA CITIC BANKRIZHAO(RIZHAO BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ268
931CHINA CITIC BANKSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ200
932CHINA CITIC BANKSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH, FREE TRADE ZONE UNIT)CIBKCNBJFT1
933CHINA CITIC BANKSHAOXING(SHAOXING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ312
934CHINA CITIC BANKSHENYANG(SHENYANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ110
935CHINA CITIC BANKSHENZHEN(QIANHAI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJSZQ
936CHINA CITIC BANKSHENZHEN(SHENZHEN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ518
937CHINA CITIC BANKSHIJIAZHUANG(SHIJIAZHUANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ050
938CHINA CITIC BANKSUZHOU(SUZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ215
939CHINA CITIC BANKTAI ZHOU(TAIZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ22A
940CHINA CITIC BANKTAIYUAN(TAIYUAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ030
941CHINA CITIC BANKTAIZHOU(ZHEJIANG TAIZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ318
942CHINA CITIC BANKTANGSHAN(TANGSHAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ063
943CHINA CITIC BANKTIANJIN(BINHAI NEW AREA BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ30A
944CHINA CITIC BANKTIANJIN(TIANJIN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ300
945CHINA CITIC BANKURUMQI(URUMQI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ830
946CHINA CITIC BANKWEIFANG(WEIFANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ261
947CHINA CITIC BANKWEIHAI(WEIHAI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ264
948CHINA CITIC BANKWENZHOU(WENZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ325
949CHINA CITIC BANKWUHAN(WUHAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ430
950CHINA CITIC BANKWUHU(WUHU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ241

Last Database Update : 6th December 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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