SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 23

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
1101BANK OF MAHARASHTRAPUNEDECCAN GYMKHANAMAHBINBBDGP
1102BANK OF MAHARASHTRARAIPUR(BYRON BAZAR BRANCH RAIPUR)MAHBINBBRPR
1103BANK OF MAHARASHTRASATARA( SATARA)MAHBINBBSAT
1104BANK OF MAHARASHTRASOLAPUR(SOLAPUR)MAHBINBBSOL
1105BANK OF MAHARASHTRATHANE(THANE)MAHBINBBTHN
1106BANK OF MAHARASHTRATIRUPPUR(TIRUPUR)MAHBINBBTPR
1107BANK OF MAHARASHTRATUTICORIN(TUTICORIN)MAHBINBBTTN
1108BANK OF MAHARASHTRAVISAKHAPATNAM(VISAKHAPATNAM)MAHBINBBVSP
1109BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, THEBANGALORE(BANGALORE BRANCH)NOSCINBBBLR
1110BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, THECOIMBATORENOSCINBBCJB
1111BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, THEDELHIDELHINOSCINBBDEL
1112BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, THEHYDERABAD(HYDERABAD BRANCH)NOSCINBBHYD
1113BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, THEMUMBAI(PRECIOUS METALS DIVISION)NOSCINBBMOC
1114BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, THEMUMBAIRTGS-HONOSCINBB
1115BARCLAYS BANK PLCDELHI(NEW DELHI BRANCH)BARCINBBDEL
1116BARCLAYS BANK PLCMUMBAIBARCINBI
1117BARCLAYS BANK PLCMUMBAI(IRCB MUMBAI )BARCINBBMUM
1118BARCLAYS BANK PLCMUMBAIRTGS-HOBARCINBB
1119BASSEIN CATHOLIC CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITEDVASAI ROAD (WEST)(HEAD OFFICE TRADE DEPT)BSSEINBBTFB
1120BASSEIN CATHOLIC CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITEDVASAI ROAD (WEST)RTGS-HOBSSEINBB
1121BHARAT CO-OPERATIVE BANK (MUMBAI) LTDBANGALORE(K H ROAD, BANGALORE)BCMLINBBBGR
1122BHARAT CO-OPERATIVE BANK (MUMBAI) LTDMUMBAI(TREASURY BRANCH)BCMLINBBTRY
1123BHARAT CO-OPERATIVE BANK (MUMBAI) LTDMUMBAIGOREGAON BRANCHBCMLINBB
1124BHARAT CO-OPERATIVE BANK (MUMBAI) LTDMUMBAIMAIN BRANCHBCMLINBBFRT
1125BNP PARIBASAHMEDABAD(AHMEDABAD BRANCH)BNPAINBBAHM
1126BNP PARIBASBANGALORE(BANGALORE BRANCH)BNPAINBBBAN
1127BNP PARIBASCHENNAI (MADRAS)(CHENEI BRANCH)BNPAINBBCHE
1128BNP PARIBASDELHI(NEW DELHI BRANCH)BNPAINBBDEL
1129BNP PARIBASHYDERABAD(HYDERABAD BRANCH)BNPAINBBHYD
1130BNP PARIBASKOLKATA(CALCUTTA BRANCH)BNPAINBBCAL
1131BNP PARIBASMUMBAI(SECURITIES SERVICES BRANCH))BNPAINBBBPS
1132BNP PARIBASMUMBAIMUMBAIBNPAINBB
1133BNP PARIBASPUNE(PUNE BRANCH)BNPAINBBPUN
1134BOMBAY MERCANTILE COOPERATIVE BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIBMCBINBB
1135BOMBAY STOCK EXCHANGE LIMITEDMUMBAIXBOMINBB
1136CANARA BANKAGRA(AGRA OVERSEAS BRANCH)CNRBINBBAOB
1137CANARA BANKAHMEDABAD(AHMEDABAD BHADRA MAIN BRANCH)CNRBINBBADB
1138CANARA BANKAHMEDABAD(AHMEDABAD FOREIGN DEPARTMENT)CNRBINBBAFD
1139CANARA BANKAHMEDABAD(PRIME CORPORATE BR., VEJALPUR)CNRBINBBCBA
1140CANARA BANKAJMER(FEX CELL KISHANGARH SME)CNRBINBBKSG
1141CANARA BANKALAPUZHA(ALLEPPEY BOAT JETTY ROAD BRANCH)CNRBINBBBJR
1142CANARA BANKALIGARH(ALIGARGH SSI BRANCH)CNRBINBBALG
1143CANARA BANKAMBALA(AMBALA CANTONMENT MAIN)CNRBINBBABC
1144CANARA BANKAMRITSAR(AMRITSAR D S MARKET MAIN BRANCH)CNRBINBBDSA
1145CANARA BANKAMRITSAR(AMRITSAR GOPLNAGAR)CNRBINBBGNA
1146CANARA BANKBANGALORE(BANGALORE AVENUE ROAD BRANCH)CNRBINBBLDA
1147CANARA BANKBANGALORE(BANGALORE CANTONMENT BRANCH)CNRBINBBLDC
1148CANARA BANKBANGALORE(BANGALORE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT)CNRBINBBLFD
1149CANARA BANKBANGALORE(BANGALORE OVERSEAS BRANCH)CNRBINBBLOB
1150CANARA BANKBANGALORE(BANGALORE TOWN HALL BRANCH)CNRBINBBLDT

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.