SWIFT Codes for banks in China - Page 27

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
1301CHINA MERCHANTS BANKPUTIAN(PUTIAN BRANCH)CMBCCNBS556
1302CHINA MERCHANTS BANKQINGDAO(QINGDAO BRANCH)CMBCCNBS400
1303CHINA MERCHANTS BANKQUANZHOU(QUANZHOU BRANCH)CMBCCNBS470
1304CHINA MERCHANTS BANKRIZHAO(RIZHAO BRANCH)CMBCCNBS125
1305CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSANMING(SANMING BRANCH)CMBCCNBS653
1306CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHANGHAI(FTU SHANGHAI BR)CMBCCNBSFTU
1307CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHANGHAI(FTU)CMBCCNBSFT1
1308CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH)CMBCCNBS051
1309CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI FTZ BRANCH)CMBCCNBS768
1310CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHENYANGShenyang BranchCMBCCNBS081
1311CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHENZHEN(CASH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT)CMBCCNBSCMD
1312CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHENZHEN(CUSTODY BRANCH)CMBCCNBSCSD
1313CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHENZHEN(FACTORING)CMBCCNBSFCT
1314CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHENZHEN(GENERAL BANKING DEPARTMENT)CMBCCNBS012
1315CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHENZHEN(HEAD OFFICE)CMBCCNBS
1316CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHENZHEN(OFF-SHORE BANKING DEPARTMENT)CMBCCNBS008
1317CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHENZHEN(RMB CLEARING SERVICE)CMBCCNBSRMB
1318CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHENZHEN(SHENZHEN BRANCH)CMBCCNBS050
1319CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSHIJIAZHUANG(SHIJIAZHUANG BRANCH)CMBCCNBS458
1320CHINA MERCHANTS BANKSUZHOU(SUZHOU BRANCH)CMBCCNBS275
1321CHINA MERCHANTS BANKTAIYUAN(TAIYUAN BRANCH)CMBCCNBS351
1322CHINA MERCHANTS BANKTANGSHAN(TANGSHAN BRANCH)CMBCCNBS730
1323CHINA MERCHANTS BANKTIANJINCMBCCNBSFT3
1324CHINA MERCHANTS BANKTIANJIN(TIANJIN BRANCH)CMBCCNBS391
1325CHINA MERCHANTS BANKTIANJIN(TIANJIN PILOT FREE TRADE ZONE BRANCH)CMBCCNBS520
1326CHINA MERCHANTS BANKWEIFANG(WEIFANG BRANCH)CMBCCNBS237
1327CHINA MERCHANTS BANKWEIHAI(WEIHAI BRANCH)CMBCCNBS376
1328CHINA MERCHANTS BANKWENZHOU(WENZHOU BRANCH)CMBCCNBS288
1329CHINA MERCHANTS BANKWULUMUQI(WULUMUQI BRANCH)CMBCCNBS421
1330CHINA MERCHANTS BANKWUXI(WUXI BRANCH)CMBCCNBS270
1331CHINA MERCHANTS BANKXI'AN(XIAN BRANCH)CMBCCNBS231
1332CHINA MERCHANTS BANKXIAMEN(XIAMEN BRANCH)CMBCCNBS471
1333CHINA MERCHANTS BANKXINING(XINING BRANCH)CMBCCNBS589
1334CHINA MERCHANTS BANKYANTAI(YANTAI BRANCH)CMBCCNBS372
1335CHINA MERCHANTS BANKYINCHUAN(YINCHUAN BRANCH)CMBCCNBS442
1336CHINA MERCHANTS BANKZHANJIANG(ZHANJIANG BRANCH)CMBCCNBS601
1337CHINA MERCHANTS BANKZHENGZHOU(ZHENGZHOU BRANCH)CMBCCNBS491
1338CHINA MERCHANTS BANKZHONGSHAN(ZHONGSHAN BRANCH)CMBCCNBS430
1339CHINA MERCHANTS BANKZIBO(ZIBO BRANCH)CMBCCNBS410
1340CHINA MERCHANTS BANK H.O.SHENZHENCMBCCNB2
1341CHINA MERCHANTS GROUP FINANCE CO.,LTD.BEIJINGSLFCCNBJ
1342CHINA MERCHANTS SECURITIES CO., LTDSHENZHENCHMCCNBS
1343CHINA MERCHANTS SECURITIES CO., LTDSHENZHENCHMCCNBS088
1344CHINA MERCHANTS SECURITIES CO., LTDSHENZHENCHMCCNBSTGB
1345CHINA MINSHENG BANKING CORPORATION, LIMITEDBAOJIMSBCCNBJ063
1346CHINA MINSHENG BANKING CORPORATION, LIMITEDBEIJING(ASSET CUSTODY DEPARTMENT)MSBCCNBJACD
1347CHINA MINSHENG BANKING CORPORATION, LIMITEDBEIJING(BEIJING BRANCH)MSBCCNBJ001
1348CHINA MINSHENG BANKING CORPORATION, LIMITEDBEIJING(CIPS BUSINESS)MSBCCNBJCIP
1349CHINA MINSHENG BANKING CORPORATION, LIMITEDBEIJING(FINANCIAL MARKETS MARGIN INFINITE TRADING)MSBCCNBJMIT
1350CHINA MINSHENG BANKING CORPORATION, LIMITEDBEIJING(HEAD OFFICE)MSBCCNBJ

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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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.