SWIFT Codes for banks in Hungary

SWIFT Codes for main Hungary Banks

  1. Budapest Bank
  2. CIB Bank
  3. Erste Bank Hungary
  4. K&H Bank
  5. MKB Bank
  6. OTP Bank

SWIFT Codes for banks in Hungary

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Hungary. 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
1ALLAMADOSSAG KEZELO KOZPONT RT.BUDAPESTAKKHHUHB
2BANK OF CHINA (CEE) LTD.BUDAPESTBKCHHUHB
3BANK OF CHINA LIMITED HUNGARIAN BRANCHBUDAPESTBKCHHUHH
4BNP PARIBAS SECURITIES SERVICES HUNGARY BRANCHBUDAPESTPARBHUHX
5BNP PARIBAS, HUNGARY BRANCHBUDAPESTBNPAHUHX
6BUDAPEST BANK ZRTBUDAPESTBUDAHUHB
7CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK (EUROPE) S.A. HUNGARY BRANCHBUDAPESTPCBCHUHB
8CIB BANK LTD. (FORMERLY CENTRAL-EUROPEAN INT.BANK LTD.)BUDAPESTCIBHHUHB
9CITIBANK EUROPE PLC HUNGARIAN BRANCHBUDAPESTCITIHUHX
10CITIBANK EUROPE PLC HUNGARIAN BRANCHBUDAPEST(CUSTODY DEPARTMENT)CITIHUHXCUS
11CITIBANK EUROPE PLC HUNGARIAN BRANCHBUDAPEST(TRADE SERVICES DEPT.)CITIHUHXTRD
12COMMERZBANK (BUDAPEST) RT.BUDAPESTCOBAHUHX
13DEUTSCHE BANK AG HUNGARY BRANCHBUDAPESTDEUTHU2B
14DUNA TAKAREK BANK ZRT.GYORDTBAHUHB
15ERSTE BANK HUNGARY ZRTBUDAPESTGIBAHUHB
16FUNDAMENTA-LAKASKASSZA LAKASTAKAREKPENZTAR RTBUDAPESTFLTPHUHB
17GIRO ZRT.BUDAPESTGHUNHUHB
18GIRO ZRT.BUDAPESTGHUNHUHBGIR
19GIRO ZRT.BUDAPESTGHUNHUHBAFR
20GRANIT BANK ZRT.BUDAPESTGNBAHUHB
21HUNGARIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK PLCBUDAPESTHBIDHUHB
22HUNGARIAN STATE TREASURYBUDAPESTHUSTHUHB
23ING BANK N.V. HUNGARY BRANCHBUDAPESTINGBHUHB
24INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT BANKBUDAPESTIIBMHU22
25K AND H BANK ZRT.(FORMERLY KERESKEDELMI ES HITELBANK RT)BUDAPESTOKHBHUHB
26KDB BANK EUROPE LTD.BUDAPESTKODBHUHB
27KELER CCP LTDBUDAPESTKSZFHUHB
28KELER ZRT.BUDAPESTKELRHUHB
29KELER ZRT.BUDAPESTKELRHUHA
30KELER ZRT.BUDAPEST(COMMUNICATION SERVICES FOR CCP)KELRHUHBCOM
31KELER ZRT.BUDAPEST(VIBER DEPARTMENT)KELRHUHBABC
32MAGNET BANK ZRT.BUDAPESTHBWEHUHB
33MAGYAR CETELEM BANK ZRT.BUDAPESTMCBHHUHB
34MAGYAR EXPORT IMPORT BANK ZRT.BUDAPESTHEXIHUHB
35MAGYAR NEMZETI BANKBUDAPESTMANEHUHHAFR
36MAGYAR NEMZETI BANKBUDAPESTMANEHUHB
37MAGYAR NEMZETI BANKBUDAPEST(DOMESTIC PAYMENT SYSTEM)MANEHUHH
38MAGYAR POSTA ZRTBUDAPESTHUPOHUHB
39MAGYAR TAKAREKSZOVETKEZETI BANK RT.BUDAPESTTAKBHUHB
40MERKANTIL VALTO ES VAGYONBEFEKTETO BANK RT.BUDAPESTMRKBHUHB
41MKB BANK NYRT.BUDAPESTMKKBHUHB
42MOL HUNGARIAN OIL AND GAS PLCBUDAPESTMOLHHUHB
43O.F.SZ. ORSZAGOS FIZETESI SZOLGALTATO ZARTKORUEN MUKODO RESZVENYTARSASAGBUDAPESTOFSZHUHB
44OBERBANK AGBUDAPESTOBKLHUHB
45OTP BANK PLC.BUDAPESTOTPVHUHB
46OTP MORTGAGEBANK LTDBUDAPESTOTPJHUHB
47OTP PENZTARSZOLGALTATO ZRTBUDAPESTOTPPHUH2
48POLGARI BANK ZRTPOLGARPOLBHU22
49RAIFFEISEN BANK ZRT.BUDAPESTUBRTHUHB
50SBERBANK MAGYARORSZAG ZRTBUDAPESTMAVOHUHB

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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