SWIFT Codes for banks in China - Page 7

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
301BANK OF CHINALANZHOU(GANSU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ660
302BANK OF CHINALHASA(TIBET BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ900
303BANK OF CHINALIANYUNGANG(LIANYUNGANG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ95A
304BANK OF CHINALIUZHOU(LIUZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ49D
305BANK OF CHINAMA'ANSHAN(MA'ANSHAN SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ79C
306BANK OF CHINAMANZHOULI(MANZHOULI SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ89K
307BANK OF CHINAMAOMING(MAOMING BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ42P
308BANK OF CHINAMEIZHOU(MEIZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ47K
309BANK OF CHINAMUDANJIANG(MUDANJIANG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ87E
310BANK OF CHINANANCHANG(JIANGXI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ550
311BANK OF CHINANANHAI(NANHAI SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ44E
312BANK OF CHINANANJING(BANK OF CHINA NANJING BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ95I
313BANK OF CHINANANJING(JIANGSU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ940
314BANK OF CHINANANNING(GUANGXI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ480
315BANK OF CHINANANTONG(NANTONG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ95G
316BANK OF CHINANINGBO(NINGBO BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ92A
317BANK OF CHINAPINGTAN(BANK OF CHINA FUJIAN PILOTFREE TRADE ZONE PING TAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ73T
318BANK OF CHINAPUTIAN(PUTIAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ73C
319BANK OF CHINAQINGDAO(BANK OF CHINA,QINGDAO BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ50A
320BANK OF CHINAQINHUANGDAO(QINHUANGDAO BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ23A
321BANK OF CHINAQIQIHAR(QIQIHAR BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ87C
322BANK OF CHINAQUANZHOU(QUANZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ73B
323BANK OF CHINARIZHAO(RIZHAO BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ51E
324BANK OF CHINASANSHUI(SANSHUI SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ44C
325BANK OF CHINASANYA(SANYA BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ75A
326BANK OF CHINASHANGHAI(FTU SHANGHAI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJF00
327BANK OF CHINASHANGHAI(SHANGHAI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ300
328BANK OF CHINASHANGHAI(SHANGHAI RMB TRADING UNIT)BKCHCNBJS00
329BANK OF CHINASHANTOU(SHANTOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ41A
330BANK OF CHINASHAOGUAN(SHAOGUAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ46P
331BANK OF CHINASHAOXING(SHAOXING BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ92D
332BANK OF CHINASHEKOU(SHEKOU SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ45B
333BANK OF CHINASHENYANG(LIAONING BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ810
334BANK OF CHINASHENYANG(SHENYANG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ82A
335BANK OF CHINASHENZHEN(BANK OF CHINA LIMITED FTU SHENZHEN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJF40
336BANK OF CHINASHENZHEN(SHENZHEN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ45A
337BANK OF CHINASHIJIAZHUANG(HEBEI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ220
338BANK OF CHINASHUNDE(SHUNDE BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ44B
339BANK OF CHINASHUOZHOU(PINGSHUO SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ69A
340BANK OF CHINASUZHOU(SUZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ95B
341BANK OF CHINATAISHAN(TAISHAN SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ44M
342BANK OF CHINATAIYUAN(SHANXI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ680
343BANK OF CHINATAIZHOU(TAIZHOU BRANCH, JIANGSU PROVINCE)BKCHCNBJ95N
344BANK OF CHINATAIZHOU(TAIZHOU BRANCH, ZHEJIANG PROVINCE)BKCHCNBJ92J
345BANK OF CHINATANGGU(TIANJIN BINHAI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ21A
346BANK OF CHINATANGSHAN(TANGSHAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ23H
347BANK OF CHINATIANJIN(BANK OF CHINA LIMITED FTU TIANJIN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJF10
348BANK OF CHINATIANJIN(TIANJIN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ200
349BANK OF CHINAURUMQI(HX XINJIANG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJHX0
350BANK OF CHINAURUMQI(XINJIANG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ760

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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