SWIFT Codes for banks in China - Page 9

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
401BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHANGCHUN(JILIN PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHCCN
402BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHANGDE(CHANGDE BRANCH)COMMCNSHCDA
403BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHANGJI(CHANGJI BRANCH)COMMCNSHCJI
404BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHANGSHA(HUNAN PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHCSA
405BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHANGZHI(CHANGZHI BRANCH)COMMCNSHCZI
406BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHANGZHOU(CHANGZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHCHA
407BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHAOZHOU(CHAOZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHCHB
408BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHENGDE(CHENGDE BRANCH)COMMCNSHCDE
409BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHENGDU(SICHUAN PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHCDU
410BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHENZHOU(CHENZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHCHE
411BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHIFENG CITY(CHIFENG BRANCH)COMMCNSHCFG
412BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHIZHOU(CHIZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHCHI
413BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHONGQING(CHONGQING MUNICIPAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHCQG
414BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHUXIONG(CHU XIONG BRANCH)COMMCNSHCXG
415BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSCHUZHOU(CHUZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHCHU
416BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSDALI(DALI BRANCH)COMMCNSHDLI
417BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSDALIAN(DALIAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHDLN
418BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSDANDONG(DANDONG BRANCH)COMMCNSHDDG
419BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSDAQING(DAQING BRANCH)COMMCNSHDQG
420BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSDATONG(DATONG BRANCH)COMMCNSHDTG
421BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSDAZHOU(DAZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHDAZ
422BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSDEYANG(DEYANG BRANCH)COMMCNSHDYA
423BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSDEZHOU(DEZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHDEZ
424BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSDONGGUAN(DONGGUAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHDGN
425BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSDONGYING(DONGYING BRANCH)COMMCNSHDYG
426BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSDUYUN(QIANNAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHQNN
427BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSFOSHAN(FOSHAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHFSA
428BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSFUSHUN(FUSHUN BRANCH)COMMCNSHFSN
429BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSFUXIN(FUXIN BRANCH)COMMCNSHFXN
430BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSFUYANG(FUYANG BRANCH)COMMCNSHFYG
431BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSFUZHOU(FUJIAN PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHFUZ
432BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSFUZHOU(FUZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHFUA
433BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSGANZHOU(GANZHOU BRANCH)COMMCNSHGAN
434BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSGUANGZHOU(GUANGDONG FREE TRADE UNIT)COMMCNSHGFT
435BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSGUANGZHOU(GUANGDONG PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHGUA
436BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSGUIGANG(GUIGANG BRANCH)COMMCNSHGGG
437BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSGUILIN(GUILIN BRANCH)COMMCNSHGLN
438BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSGUIYANG(GUIZHOU PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHGYG
439BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHAIKOU(HAINAN FREE TRADE UNIT)COMMCNSHHNU
440BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHAIKOU(HAINAN PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHHNN
441BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHAMI(HAMI BRANCH)COMMCNSHHMI
442BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHANDAN(HANDAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHHDN
443BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHANGZHOU(ZHEJIANG PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHHAN
444BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHARBIN(HEILONGJIANG PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHHEB
445BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHEFEI(ANHUI PROVINCIAL BRANCH)COMMCNSHHFI
446BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHENGSHUI(HENGSHUI BRANCH)COMMCNSHHSA
447BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHENGYANG(HENGYANG BRANCH)COMMCNSHHYG
448BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHEYUAN(HEYUAN BRANCH)COMMCNSHHYN
449BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHEZE(HEZE BRANCH)COMMCNSHHZE
450BANK OF COMMUNICATIONSHOHHOT(INNER MONGOLIA AUTONOMOUS REGION BRANCH)COMMCNSHHHH

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.