SWIFT Codes for banks in China - Page 31

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
1501CITY COMMERCIAL BANKS CLEARING CO., LTD.SHANGHAICCNDCNS2
1502CLEARING HOUSE FINANCIAL MARKETS CO. LTDSHANGHAICHFMCNSH
1503CMB FINANCIAL LEASING CO.,LTDSHANGHAICMBFCNSH
1504CMB WING LUNG BANK LIMITED GUANGZHOU BRANCHGUANGZHOUWUBACN22
1505CMB WING LUNG BANK LIMITED SHANGHAI BRANCHSHANGHAIShanghai BranchWUBACNSH
1506CMB WING LUNG BANK LIMITED SHENZHEN BRANCHSHENZHENShenzhen BranchWUBACNBS
1507CNOOC FINANCE CORPORATION LIMITEDBEIJINGCNOOCNBJ
1508COMMERZBANK AGSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH)COBACNSX
1509COMMERZBANK AG BEIJING BRANCHBEIJINGBeijing BranchCOBACNBJ
1510COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIABEIJINGCTBACNBJ
1511COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIASHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH)CTBACNSH
1512COOPERATIEVE RABOBANK U.A. SHANGHAI BRANCHSHANGHAIShanghai BranchRABOCNSH
1513COSCO SHIPPING FINANCE CO., LTDSHANGHAICSFICNSH
1514CRCC FINANCE COMPANY LIMITEDBEIJINGCRFPCNBJ
1515Credit Agricole (China) Co., Ltd.SHANGHAI(COMMODITY)CRLYCNSHCOM
1516Credit Agricole (China) Co., Ltd.SHANGHAIShanghai BranchCRLYCNSH
1517CREDIT SUISSE AG SHANGHAI BRANCHSHANGHAIShanghai BranchCRESCNSH
1518CTBC BANK CO., LTDGUANGZHOU(GUANG ZHOU BRANCH)CTCBCNSH869
1519CTBC BANK CO., LTDSHANGHAICTCBCNSH
1520CTBC BANK CO., LTDSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI HONGQIAO SUB-BRANCH)CTCBCNSH859
1521CTBC BANK CO., LTDSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI PILOT FREE TRADE ZONE SUB-BRANCH)CTCBCNSH870
1522CTBC BANK CO., LTDSHENZHEN(SHENZHEN BRANCH)CTCBCNSH860
1523CTBC BANK CO., LTDXIAMEN(XIAMEN BRANCH)CTCBCNSH868
1524DA TONG BANK CO., LTDDATONGTNBACNBB
1525DAEGU BANK LTD, SHANGHAI BRANCHSHANGHAIDAEBCNSH
1526DAH SING BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDNANCHANG(NANCHANG BRANCH)DSBACNBXNCH
1527DAH SING BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH)DSBACNBXSHA
1528DAH SING BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDSHENZHENDSBACNBX
1529DAIMLER GREATER CHINA LTDBEIJINGDGRCCNBJ
1530DALIAN HUARUI HEAVY INDUSTRY GROUP CO., LTD.DALIANDHHICNBD
1531DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDBEIJING(BEIJING BRANCH)DBSSCNSHBJG
1532DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDCHONGQING(CHONG QING BRANCH)DBSSCNSHCQU
1533DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDDONGGUAN(DONGGUAN)DBSSCNSHDGN
1534DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDGUANGZHOU(GUANGZHOU BRANCH)DBSSCNSHGZU
1535DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDHANGZHOU(HANGZHOU)DBSSCNSHHZU
1536DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDNANNING(NANNING BRANCH)DBSSCNSHNNG
1537DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDQINGDAO(QINGDAO BRANCH)DBSSCNSHQDO
1538DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDSHANGHAI(DBS (CHINA) LTD FTZ SUB BRANCH)DBSSCNSHFTZ
1539DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDSHANGHAI(DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITED SHANGHAI BRANCH)DBSSCNSHIBD
1540DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDSHANGHAI(DBS CHINA HOFI)DBSSCNSHOFI
1541DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH)DBSSCNSH
1542DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDSHENZHEN(SHENZHEN BRANCH)DBSSCNSHSZN
1543DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDSUZHOU(SUZHOU BRANCH)DBSSCNSHSUU
1544DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDTIANJIN(TIANJIN BRANCH)DBSSCNSHTJN
1545DBS BANK (CHINA) LIMITEDXI'AN(XI AN BRANCH)DBSSCNSHSAN
1546DEHUA RURAL CREDIT UNIONQUANZHOUDEHRCNBQ
1547DEQING RURAL COMMERCIAL BANKDEQINGDQBKCNBD
1548DEUTSCHE BANK (CHINA) CO. LTD.BEIJING(BEIJING BRANCH)DEUTCNSHBJG
1549DEUTSCHE BANK (CHINA) CO. LTD.BEIJING(HEADQUARTER)DEUTCNBJ
1550DEUTSCHE BANK (CHINA) CO. LTD.CHONGQINGDEUTCNSHCQG

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.