SWIFT Codes for banks in Ghana

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Ghana. 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
1ABSA BANK OF GHANA LIMITEDACCRAALL BRANCHES IN GHANABARCGHAC
2ABSA BANK OF GHANA LIMITEDACCRAOFFSHORE BANKING UNITBARCGHACOBU
3ACCESS BANK (GHANA) PLCACCRAABNGGHAC
4AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BANKACCRAADNTGHAC
5ARB APEX BANK LIMITEDACCRAAREXGHAC
6BANK OF AFRICA - GHANA LIMITEDACCRAAMMAGHAC
7BANK OF GHANAACCRABAGHGHA4
8BANK OF GHANAACCRABAGHGHA5
9BANK OF GHANAACCRABAGHGHAC
10CALBANK PLCACCRAACCCGHAC
11CALBANK PLCACCRACAL BANK CUSTODY SERVICESACCCGHACCBS
12CENTRAL SECURITIES DEPOSITORY (GH) LIMITEDACCRACSDRGHAC
13CONSOLIDATED BANK GHANA LIMITEDACCRAUBGHGHAC
14CONSOLIDATED BANK GHANA LIMITEDACCRACBGHGHAC
15CONTROLLER AND ACCOUNTANT-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENTACCRACODGGHAC
16ECOBANK GHANAACCRAECOCGHACCUS
17ECOBANK GHANAACCRAECOCGHAC
18ECOBANK GHANAKUMASIKUMASI BRANCHECOCGHACKSI
19ECOBANK GHANATAKORADITAKORADI BRANCHECOCGHACTDI
20ECOBANK GHANATEMATEMA BRANCHECOCGHACTMA
21FBNBANK GHANA LIMITEDACCRAINCEGHAC
22FIDELITY BANK GHANA LIMITEDACCRAFBLIGHAC
23FIRST ATLANTIC BANK LIMITEDACCRAFAMCGHAC
24FIRST NATIONAL BANK GHANA LIMITEDACCRAFIRNGHAC
25FIRST NATIONAL BANK GHANA LIMITEDACCRAFNB GHANA SECURITIES SERVICES UNITFIRNGHACCUS
26GCB BANK LIMITEDACCRAGHCBGHAC
27GCB BANK LIMITEDKUMASIGHCBGHACKSI
28GCB BANK LIMITEDTAKORADIGHCBGHACTDI
29GCB BANK LIMITEDTEMAGHCBGHACTMA
30GHANA REVENUE AUTHORITYACCRAGHRAGHAC
31GHL BANK LTDACCRAGHLLGHAC
32GUARANTY TRUST BANK (GHANA) LTDACCRAGTBIGHAC
33NATIONAL INVESTMENT BANKACCRANIBGGHAC
34OMNIBSIC BANK GHANA LIMITEDACCRAOMBLGHAC
35PRUDENTIAL BANK LIMITEDACCRAPUBKGHAC
36REPUBLIC BANK (GHANA) LTDACCRAHFCAGHAC
37REPUBLIC BANK (GHANA) LTDACCRACUSTODY SERVICESHFCAGHACCSD
38SARPONG CAPITAL MARKETS LIMITEDACCRASRCMGHA2
39SECONDSTAX LIMITEDACCRASECXGHA2
40SOCIAL SECURITY AND NATIONAL INSURANCE TRUSTACCRASSNTGHAC
41SOCIETE GENERALE GHANA PLCACCRASSEBGHAC
42SOCIETE GENERALE GHANA PLCKUMASISSEBGHACKSI
43SOCIETE GENERALE GHANA PLCTAMALESSEBGHACTAM
44STANBIC BANK GHANA LIMITEDACCRASBICGHAC
45STANDARD CHARTERED BANK GHANA PLCACCRAHEAD OFFICESCBLGHAC
46STANDARD CHARTERED BANK GHANA PLCACCRASECURITIES SERVICES UNITSCBLGHACSSU
47STANDARD CHARTERED BANK GHANA PLCKUMASISCBLGHACKSI
48STANDARD CHARTERED BANK GHANA PLCTAKORADISCBLGHACTDI
49STANDARD CHARTERED BANK GHANA PLCTEMASCBLGHACTMA
50TAKORADI INTERNATIONAL COMPANYTAKORADITAKOGHAC

Last Database Update : 06-JUL-2022

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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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