SWIFT Codes for banks in China - Page 5

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
201BANCO SANTANDER S.A. BEIJING BRANCHBEIJINGBSCHCNBJ
202BANCO SANTANDER, S.A. SHANGHAI BRANCHSHANGHAIBSCHCNSH
203BANGKOK BANK (CHINA) COMPANY LIMITEDBEIJING(BEIJING BRANCH)BKKBCNSHPEK
204BANGKOK BANK (CHINA) COMPANY LIMITEDCHONGQING(CHONGQING BRANCH)BKKBCNSHCQG
205BANGKOK BANK (CHINA) COMPANY LIMITEDSHANGHAIBKKBCNSH
206BANGKOK BANK (CHINA) COMPANY LIMITEDSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH)BKKBCNSHSHA
207BANGKOK BANK (CHINA) COMPANY LIMITEDSHENZHEN(SHENZHEN BRNCH)BKKBCNSHSZN
208BANGKOK BANK (CHINA) COMPANY LIMITEDXIAMEN(XIAMEN BRANCH)BKKBCNSHSMN
209BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. (GUANGZHOU BRANCH)GUANGZHOUBOFACN4X
210BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. BEIJINGBEIJINGBOFACN3XBEI
211BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. SHANGHAISHANGHAIBOFACN3X
212BANK OF ANSHAN CO., LTD. (FORMERLY ANSHAN CITY COMMERCIAL BANK)ANSHANANBKCNBA
213BANK OF BARODA GUANGZHOU BRANCHGUANGZHOUBARBCN22
214BANK OF BEIJINGBEIJINGBJCNCNBJ
215BANK OF BEIJINGBEIJING(BEIJING MANAGEMENT DEPT.)BJCNCNBJ021
216BANK OF BEIJINGBEIJING(BEIJING SUB-CENTER REGIONAL BRANCH)BJCNCNBJ024
217BANK OF BEIJINGBEIJING(CBD MANAGEMENT DEPT.)BJCNCNBJ022
218BANK OF BEIJINGBEIJING(QINGDAO BRANCH)BJCNCNBJQDO
219BANK OF BEIJINGBEIJING(WUXI BRANCH)BJCNCNBJWSI
220BANK OF BEIJINGBEIJING(ZHONGGUANCUN BRANCH)BJCNCNBJ023
221BANK OF BEIJINGCHANGSHA(CHANG SHA BRANCH)BJCNCNBJCHS
222BANK OF BEIJINGHANGZHOU(HANGZHOU BRANCH)BJCNCNBJHZU
223BANK OF BEIJINGJINAN(JINAN BRANCH)BJCNCNBJJNA
224BANK OF BEIJINGNANCHANG(NANCHANG BRANCH)BJCNCNBJNCG
225BANK OF BEIJINGNANJING(NAN JING BRANCH)BJCNCNBJNJG
226BANK OF BEIJINGNINGBO(NINGBO BRANCH)BJCNCNBJNBO
227BANK OF BEIJINGSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH)BJCNCNBJSHI
228BANK OF BEIJINGSHANGHAI(SHANGHAI FTZ BUSINESS CENTER)BJCNCNBJFTZ
229BANK OF BEIJINGSHENZHEN(SHENZHEN BRANCH)BJCNCNBJSZN
230BANK OF BEIJINGSHIJIAZHUANG(SHIJIAZHUANG BRANCH)BJCNCNBJSJZ
231BANK OF BEIJINGTIANJIN(TIAN JIN BRANCH)BJCNCNBJTJN
232BANK OF BEIJINGWULUMUQI(WULUMUQI BRANCH)BJCNCNBJWLM
233BANK OF BEIJINGXI'AN(XIAN BRANCH)BJCNCNBJSAN
234BANK OF BENXI CO., LTD.BENXIBENXCNBX
235BANK OF CHANGSHACHANGSHACHCCCNSS
236BANK OF CHANGSHACHANGSHA(BANK OF CHANGSHA CHANGSHA BRANCH)CHCCCNSSCSB
237BANK OF CHANGSHAGUANGZHOU(BANK OF CHANGSHA GUANGZHOU BRANCH)CHCCCNSSGZB
238BANK OF CHAOYANGCHAOYANGShenyang BranchCYBKCNBJ
239BANK OF CHENGDU CO.,LTDCHENGDUCBOCCNBC
240BANK OF CHENGDU CO.,LTDCHENGDU(INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DEPARTMENT)CBOCCNBCIBD
241BANK OF CHINAANSHAN(ANSHAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ82D
242BANK OF CHINABAOTOU(BAOTOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ89A
243BANK OF CHINABEIHAI(BEIHAI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ49B
244BANK OF CHINABEIJING(BANK OF CHINA HEAD OFFICE BATCH PAYMENT SERVICE)BKCHCNBJBPS
245BANK OF CHINABEIJING(BANK OF CHINA HEAD OFFICE CASH MANAGEMENT)BKCHCNBJCMI
246BANK OF CHINABEIJING(BANK OF CHINA HEAD OFFICE DEPOSITORY)BKCHCNBJDEP
247BANK OF CHINABEIJING(BEIJING BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ110
248BANK OF CHINABEIJING(CNCS AGENT DEPT.)BKCHCNBJAGT
249BANK OF CHINABEIJING(HEAD OFFICE CUSTODY AND INVESTOR SERVICES DEPT.)BKCHCNBJCUS
250BANK OF CHINABEIJING(HEAD OFFICE)BKCHCNBJ

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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