SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 19

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in India. 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
901BANK OF INDIACOIMBATORE(COIMBATORE BRANCH)BKIDINBBCOM
902BANK OF INDIADEHRADUN(DEHRADUN)BKIDINBBDUN
903BANK OF INDIADELHI(CHANDNI CHOWK)BKIDINBBCHC
904BANK OF INDIADELHI(GREATER KAILASH II)BKIDINBBGK2
905BANK OF INDIADELHI(KAMLA NAGAR BRANCH)BKIDINBBKML
906BANK OF INDIADELHI(KAROL BAGH BRANCH)BKIDINBBKLB
907BANK OF INDIADELHI(KHAN MARKET BRANCH)BKIDINBBKHM
908BANK OF INDIADELHI(KIRTI NAGAR BRANCH)BKIDINBBKRT
909BANK OF INDIADELHI(LAJPAT NAGAR BRANCH)BKIDINBBLAJ
910BANK OF INDIADELHI(NEW DELHI NRI)BKIDINBBDNI
911BANK OF INDIADELHI(NEW DELHI SSI BRANCH)BKIDINBBDSI
912BANK OF INDIADELHI(OKHLA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE BRANCH)BKIDINBBOKH
913BANK OF INDIADELHI(OVERSEAS BRANCH)BKIDINBBDOS
914BANK OF INDIADELHI(PARLIAMENT STREET BRANCH)BKIDINBBPLM
915BANK OF INDIADEWAS(DEWAS BRANCH)BKIDINBBDWS
916BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(ERNAKULAM NRI)BKIDINBBENI
917BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(ERNAKULAM)BKIDINBBEKM
918BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(M.G. ROAD (ERNAKULAM) BRANCH)BKIDINBBERN
919BANK OF INDIAFARIDABAD(FARIDABAD BRANCH)BKIDINBBFRD
920BANK OF INDIAFARIDABAD(FARIDABAD SSI BRANCH)BKIDINBBFSI
921BANK OF INDIAGANDHIDHAM(GANDHIDHAM BRANCH)BKIDINBBGAD
922BANK OF INDIAGANDHINAGAR(GANDHINAGAR)BKIDINBBGAN
923BANK OF INDIAGHAZIABAD(GHAZIABAD BRANCH)BKIDINBBGHZ
924BANK OF INDIAGOA(MAPUCA BRANCH)BKIDINBBMPC
925BANK OF INDIAGOA(PANAJI)BKIDINBBPNJ
926BANK OF INDIAGONDIA(GONDIA)BKIDINBBGON
927BANK OF INDIAGWALIOR(GWALIOR)BKIDINBBGWA
928BANK OF INDIAHARYANA(MGF PLAZA/GURGAON BRANCH)BKIDINBBMGF
929BANK OF INDIAHAZIRA(HAZIRA)BKIDINBBHZR
930BANK OF INDIAHYDERABAD(HYDERABAD BRANCH)BKIDINBBHMB
931BANK OF INDIAHYDERABAD(HYDERABAD LARGE CORPORATE BRANCH)BKIDINBBHLC
932BANK OF INDIAHYDERABAD(KHAIRATABAD BRANCH)BKIDINBBKHB
933BANK OF INDIAINDORE(INDORE BRANCH)BKIDINBBIDR
934BANK OF INDIAINDORE(INDORE MCB)BKIDINBBICB
935BANK OF INDIAINDORE(PALASIA)BKIDINBBPAL
936BANK OF INDIAJABALPUR(JABALPUR)BKIDINBBJBP
937BANK OF INDIAJAIPUR(JAIPUR BRANCH)BKIDINBBJPR
938BANK OF INDIAJAIPUR(JOHRI BAZAR)BKIDINBBJHB
939BANK OF INDIAJALANDHAR(JALANDHAR MID CORP BRANCH)BKIDINBBJOS
940BANK OF INDIAJAMNAGAR(JAMNAGAR)BKIDINBBJMN
941BANK OF INDIAJAMSHEDPUR(JAMSHEDPUR BRANCH)BKIDINBBJAM
942BANK OF INDIAJODHPUR(JODHPUR BRANCH)BKIDINBBJOD
943BANK OF INDIAKAKINADA(KAKINADA)BKIDINBBKKN
944BANK OF INDIAKANNAUJ(KANNAUJ)BKIDINBBKNJ
945BANK OF INDIAKANPUR(KANPUR BRANCH)BKIDINBBKNP
946BANK OF INDIAKANPUR(KANPUR MID-CORPORATE BRANCH)BKIDINBBKMC
947BANK OF INDIAKANPUR(KASTURBA MARG, KANPUR)BKIDINBBKMK
948BANK OF INDIAKARUR(KARUR SSI)BKIDINBBKAR
949BANK OF INDIAKOCHI(COCHIN)BKIDINBBCHN
950BANK OF INDIAKOCHI(WILLINGDON ISLAND)BKIDINBBWIL

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.