SWIFT Codes for banks in China - Page 8

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
351BANK OF CHINAWEIHAI(WEIHAI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ51D
352BANK OF CHINAWENZHOU(WENZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ92B
353BANK OF CHINAWUHAN(HANKOU SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ61A
354BANK OF CHINAWUHU(WUHU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ79A
355BANK OF CHINAWUXI(WUXI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ95C
356BANK OF CHINAWUZHOU(WUZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ49A
357BANK OF CHINAXI'AN(SHAANXI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ620
358BANK OF CHINAXIAMEN(XIAMEN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ73A
359BANK OF CHINAXIANGTAN(XIANGTAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ98D
360BANK OF CHINAXINHUI(XINHUI SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ44L
361BANK OF CHINAXINING(QINGHAI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ280
362BANK OF CHINAYANGJIANG(YANGJIANG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ42W
363BANK OF CHINAYANGZHOU(YANGZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ95H
364BANK OF CHINAYANJI(YANJI SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ85C
365BANK OF CHINAYANTAI(YANTAI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ51A
366BANK OF CHINAYINCHUAN(NINGXIA BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ260
367BANK OF CHINAYINGKOU(YINGKOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ82C
368BANK OF CHINAYULIN(YULIN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ49G
369BANK OF CHINAZHANGJIAGANG(ZHANGJIAGANG SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ95L
370BANK OF CHINAZHANGJIAJIE(ZHANGJIAJIE BRANCH))BKCHCNBJ98S
371BANK OF CHINAZHANGZHOU(ZHANGZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ73D
372BANK OF CHINAZHANJIANG(ZHANJIANG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ43P
373BANK OF CHINAZHAOQING(ZHAOQING BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ43A
374BANK OF CHINAZHENGZHOU(HENAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ530
375BANK OF CHINAZHENJIANG(ZHENJIANG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ95D
376BANK OF CHINAZHONGSHAN(ZHONGSHAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ44T
377BANK OF CHINAZHOUSHAN(ZHOUSHAN BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ92E
378BANK OF CHINAZHUHAI(HENGQIN FREE TRADE ZONE BRANCH)BKCHCNBJGHQ
379BANK OF CHINAZHUHAI(ZHUHAI BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ45P
380BANK OF CHINAZHUZHOU(ZHUZHOU BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ98C
381BANK OF CHINA GUANGDONG BRANCHGUANGZHOU(GUANGDONG BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ400
382BANK OF CHINA GUANGZHOU BRANCHGUANGZHOU(GUANGZHOU YANJIANG SUB-BRANCH)BKCHCNBJ42A
383BANK OF CHINA TRAVEL SERVICE CO., LTD JIAOZUOJIAOZUOJICCCNSJ
384BANK OF CHONGQINGCHONGQINGCQCBCN22
385BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSAKSU(AKSU BRANCH)COMMCNSHAKS
386BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSANQING(ANQING BRANCH)COMMCNSHAQG
387BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSANSHAN(ANSHAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHASN
388BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSANYANG(ANYANG BRANCH)COMMCNSHAYG
389BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSBAISE(BAISE BRANCH)COMMCNSHBSE
390BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSBAODING(BAODING BRANCH)COMMCNSHBDG
391BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSBAODING(HEBEI XIONGAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHIAA
392BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSBAOJI(BAOJI BRANCH)COMMCNSHBJI
393BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSBAOTOU(BAOTOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHBTU
394BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSBEIHAI(BEIHAI BRANCH)COMMCNSHBHI
395BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSBEIJING(BEIJING MUNICIPAL BRANCH )COMMCNSHBJG
396BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSBENGBU(BENGBU BRANCH)COMMCNSHBBU
397BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSBIJIE(BIJIE BRANCH)COMMCNSHBJE
398BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSBINZHOU(BINZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHBIN
399BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSBOZHOU(BOZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHBOZ
400BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCANGZHOU(CANGZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHCAN

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.