SWIFT Codes for banks in China - Page 20

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
951CHINA CITIC BANKSUZHOU(SUZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ215
952CHINA CITIC BANKTAI ZHOU(TAIZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ22A
953CHINA CITIC BANKTAIYUAN(TAIYUAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ030
954CHINA CITIC BANKTAIZHOU(ZHEJIANG TAIZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ318
955CHINA CITIC BANKTANGSHAN(TANGSHAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ063
956CHINA CITIC BANKTIANJIN(BINHAI NEW AREA BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ30A
957CHINA CITIC BANKTIANJIN(TIANJIN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ300
958CHINA CITIC BANKURUMQI(URUMQI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ830
959CHINA CITIC BANKWEIFANG(WEIFANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ261
960CHINA CITIC BANKWEIHAI(WEIHAI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ264
961CHINA CITIC BANKWENZHOU(WENZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ325
962CHINA CITIC BANKWUHAN(WUHAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ430
963CHINA CITIC BANKWUHU(WUHU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ241
964CHINA CITIC BANKWUXI(WUXI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ214
965CHINA CITIC BANKXI'AN(XIAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ710
966CHINA CITIC BANKXIAMEN(XIAMEN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ361
967CHINA CITIC BANKXIANGYANG(XIANGYANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ441
968CHINA CITIC BANKXINING(XINING BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ810
969CHINA CITIC BANKXINXIANG(XINXIANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ453
970CHINA CITIC BANKXUZHOU(XUZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ221
971CHINA CITIC BANKYANCHENG(YANCHENG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ224
972CHINA CITIC BANKYANGZHOU(YANGZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ225
973CHINA CITIC BANKYANTAI(YANTAI BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ26A
974CHINA CITIC BANKYICHANG(YICHANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ443
975CHINA CITIC BANKYINCHUAN(YINCHUAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ750
976CHINA CITIC BANKYIWU(YIWU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ322
977CHINA CITIC BANKYUEYANG(YUE YANG)CIBKCNBJ414
978CHINA CITIC BANKZHANGZHOU(ZHANGZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ363
979CHINA CITIC BANKZHENGZHOU(ZHENGZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ450
980CHINA CITIC BANKZHENJIANG(ZHENJIANG BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ212
981CHINA CITIC BANKZHOUSHAN(ZHOUSHAN BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ316
982CHINA CITIC BANKZHUZHOU(ZHUZHOU BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ412
983CHINA CITIC BANKZIBO(ZIBO BRANCH)CIBKCNBJ255
984CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONANSHAN(ANSHAN BRANCH)PCBCCNBJLNA
985CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBAODING(BAODING BRANCH)PCBCCNBJHBB
986CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBEIJINGPCBCCNBJ
987CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBEIJINGCCBGCNBJ
988CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBEIJING(BANKING DEPARTMENT)PCBCCNBJHYX
989CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBEIJING(BEIJING BRANCH)PCBCCNBJBJX
990CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBEIJING(CHINESE DEPOSITORY RECEIPT)PCBCCNBJCDR
991CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBEIJING(CUSTODY OUTSOURCING SERVICE)PCBCCNBJCOS
992CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBEIJING(GLOBAL INVESTOR SERVICES)PCBCCNBJGIS
993CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBEIJING(GLOBAL PAYMENT SERVICES)PCBCCNBJGPS
994CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBEIJING(INTERNATIONAL CARD CENTER)PCBCCNBJICC
995CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBEIJING(TREASURY BACK OFFICE)PCBCCNBJHOT
996CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONBINZHOU(BINZHOU BRANCH)PCBCCNBJSDB
997CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONCHANGSHA(BANKING DIVISION)PCBCCNBJHUY
998CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONCHANGZHOU(CHANGZHOU SUBBRANCH)PCBCCNBJJSC
999CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONCHAOZHOU(CHAOZHOU BRANCH)PCBCCNBJGDC
1000CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATIONCHENGDU(SICHUAN BRANCH)PCBCCNBJSCX

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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