SWIFT Codes for banks in China - Page 6

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
251BANK OF CHINACHANGCHUN(CHANGCHUN WEIFENG INTERNATIONAL PLAZA SUB BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ85A
252BANK OF CHINACHANGCHUN(JILIN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ840
253BANK OF CHINACHANGSHA(HUNAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ970
254BANK OF CHINACHANGZHOU(CHANGZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ95E
255BANK OF CHINACHAOZHOU(CHAOZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ41P
256BANK OF CHINACHENGDU(SICHUAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ570
257BANK OF CHINACHONGQING(CHONGQING BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ59A
258BANK OF CHINADALIAN(BANK OF CHINA,DALIAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ81A
259BANK OF CHINADALIAN(DALIAN ZHONGSHAN SQUARE SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ82N
260BANK OF CHINADALIAN(K.F.Q. BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ82H
261BANK OF CHINADANDONG(DANDONG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ82B
262BANK OF CHINADAQING(DAQING BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ87D
263BANK OF CHINADONG SHENG(DONG SHENG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ89C
264BANK OF CHINADONGGUAN(DONGGUAN SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ44W
265BANK OF CHINAFANGCHENGGANG(FANGCHENGGANG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ49H
266BANK OF CHINAFOSHAN(FOSHAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ44A
267BANK OF CHINAFUQING(FUQING BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ73L
268BANK OF CHINAFUZHOU(BANK OF CHINA FU ZHOU(FU ZHOU BRANCH))BKCHCNBJ73E
269BANK OF CHINAFUZHOU(BANK OF CHINA LIMITED FTU FUJIAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJF20
270BANK OF CHINAFUZHOU(FUJIAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ720
271BANK OF CHINAFUZHOU(FUJIAN PILOT FREE TRADE ZONE FUZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ73M
272BANK OF CHINAGUANGZHOU(BANK OF CHINA LIMITED FTU GUANGDONG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJF30
273BANK OF CHINAGUANGZHOU(GUANGZHOU K.F.Q. BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ42G
274BANK OF CHINAGUILIN(GUILIN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ49C
275BANK OF CHINAGUIYANG(GUIZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ240
276BANK OF CHINAHAIKOU(FTU BANK OF CHINA HAINAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJF50
277BANK OF CHINAHAIKOU(HAINAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ740
278BANK OF CHINAHAILAR(HAILAR BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ89D
279BANK OF CHINAHANGZHOU(QINGCHUN SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ92C
280BANK OF CHINAHANGZHOU(ZHEJIANG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ910
281BANK OF CHINAHANKOU(HUBEI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ600
282BANK OF CHINAHARBIN(HEILONGJIANG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ860
283BANK OF CHINAHARBIN(ZHAOLIN SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ87A
284BANK OF CHINAHEFEI(ANHUI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ780
285BANK OF CHINAHEIHE(HEIHE BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ87F
286BANK OF CHINAHESHAN(HESHAN SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ44N
287BANK OF CHINAHOHHOT(INNER MONGOLIA BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ880
288BANK OF CHINAHUIZHOU(HUIZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ47A
289BANK OF CHINAHUZHOU(HUZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ92G
290BANK OF CHINAJIAMUSI(JIAMUSI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ87B
291BANK OF CHINAJIANGMEN(JIANGMEN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ44K
292BANK OF CHINAJIAXING(JIAXING BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ92F
293BANK OF CHINAJILIN(JILIN CITY BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ85B
294BANK OF CHINAJINAN(JINAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ51B
295BANK OF CHINAJINAN(SHANDONG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ500
296BANK OF CHINAJINGDEZHEN(JINGDEZHEN SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ56A
297BANK OF CHINAJINHUA(JINHUA BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ92H
298BANK OF CHINAJINZHOU(JINZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ82F
299BANK OF CHINAKAIPING(KAIPING SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ44P
300BANK OF CHINAKUNMING(YUNNAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ640

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.