SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 20

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
951BANK OF INDIAKODERMA(JHUMRITELAIYA)BKIDINBBJMT
952BANK OF INDIAKOLHAPUR(KOLHAPUR MAIN)BKIDINBBKLP
953BANK OF INDIAKOLKATA (CALCUTTA)(CALCUTTA LARGE CORPORATE BRANCH)BKIDINBBCCB
954BANK OF INDIAKOLKATA (CALCUTTA)(KOLKATA OVERSEAS)BKIDINBBKOV
955BANK OF INDIAKOLKATA (CALCUTTA)(KOLKATA SME BRANCH)BKIDINBBCSM
956BANK OF INDIAKOLLAM(QUILON)BKIDINBBQLN
957BANK OF INDIAKOTA(KOTA INDUSTRIAL AREA)BKIDINBBKIA
958BANK OF INDIAKOTTAYAM(KOTTAYAM)BKIDINBBKTM
959BANK OF INDIAKOZHIKODE(CALICUT)BKIDINBBCLT
960BANK OF INDIALUCKNOW(LUCKNOW BRANCH)BKIDINBBLCK
961BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(LUDHIANA BRANCH, MAIN)BKIDINBBLUD
962BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(LUDHIANA INDUSTRIAL AREA)BKIDINBBLIA
963BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(LUDHIANA SSI)BKIDINBBLSE
964BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(MODEL TOWN BRANCH)BKIDINBBLDH
965BANK OF INDIAMADURAI(MADURAI)BKIDINBBMDU
966BANK OF INDIAMANGALORE(MANGALORE)BKIDINBBMGL
967BANK OF INDIAMARGAO(MARGAO BRANCH)BKIDINBBMRG
968BANK OF INDIAMARGAO(MARGAON NRI BRANCH)BKIDINBBMRN
969BANK OF INDIAMEERUT(MEERUT)BKIDINBBMRT
970BANK OF INDIAMIRZAPUR(MIRZAPUR)BKIDINBBMIR
971BANK OF INDIAMORADABAD(SSI MORADABAD BRANCH)BKIDINBBMSI
972BANK OF INDIAMORBI(MORVI)BKIDINBBMOR
973BANK OF INDIAMUMBAIBKIDINBI
974BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(ANDHERI (WEST) BRANCH)BKIDINBBADH
975BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(ANDHERI CORPORATE BANKING BRANCH)BKIDINBBADC
976BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(BALLARD ESTATE BRANCH)BKIDINBBBLD
977BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(BANDRA KURLA COMPLEX)BKIDINBBBKC
978BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(BULLION EXCHANGE BRANCH)BKIDINBBBEX
979BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(C.P. TANK BRANCH)BKIDINBBCPT
980BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(CARD PRODUCTS DEPT. MUMBAI)BKIDINBBCPD
981BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(CHAKALA BRANCH)BKIDINBBCHK
982BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(CHEMBUR BRANCH)BKIDINBBCHM
983BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(CHURCHGATE BRANCH)BKIDINBBCCG
984BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(CUMBALLA HILL BRANCH)BKIDINBBCMB
985BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(D.N. ROAD BRANCH)BKIDINBBDNR
986BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(DADAR WEST)BKIDINBBDRW
987BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(ELECTRIC HOUSE)BKIDINBBELH
988BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(GHATKOPAR MID CORP BRANCH)BKIDINBBGKW
989BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(GIRGAUM)BKIDINBBGRM
990BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(KALBADEVI BRANCH)BKIDINBBKAL
991BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MAHALAXMI BRANCH)BKIDINBBMHL
992BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MAHIM)BKIDINBBMHM
993BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MALAD (WEST) BRANCH)BKIDINBBMLD
994BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MANDVI BRANCH)BKIDINBBMDV
995BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MUMBAI LARGE CORPORATE)BKIDINBBMLC
996BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MUMBAI MAIN BRANCH)BKIDINBBBMB
997BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MUMBAI NRI BRANCH)BKIDINBBNRI
998BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(NAPEAN SEA ROAD)BKIDINBBNSR
999BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(NARIMAN POINT BRANCH)BKIDINBBNRP
1000BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(NARIMAN POINT LARGE CORPORATE BRANCH)BKIDINBBNLC

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.