SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 29

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
1401CENTRAL BANK OF INDIAVIDISHA(VISHAKAPATINAM, HYDERABAD)CBININBBVIS
1402CENTRAL BANK OF INDIAVIJAYAWADA(MCB VIJAYAVADA)CBININBBVIJ
1403CITIBANK N.A.BANGALORE(BANGLORE BRANCH)CITIINBXBLR
1404CITIBANK N.A.CHENNAI(GLOBAL CONSUMER BANKING - CARDS)CITIINBXGCC
1405CITIBANK N.A.CHENNAI(GLOBAL CONSUMER BANKING - DOMESTIC)CITIINBXGCD
1406CITIBANK N.A.CHENNAI(INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND FINANCE)CITIINBXIBM
1407CITIBANK N.A.DELHI(INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND FINANCE)CITIINBXIBD
1408CITIBANK N.A.KOLKATA(INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND FINANCE)CITIINBXIBC
1409CITIBANK N.A.MUMBAICITIINBXPTM
1410CITIBANK N.A.MUMBAI(CITIBANK INDIA IFSC BRANCH)CITIINBXOFS
1411CITIBANK N.A.MUMBAI(GLOBAL CONSUMER BANKING - NRI)CITIINBXGCN
1412CITIBANK N.A.MUMBAI(HYDRABAD BRANCH)CITIINBXHYD
1413CITIBANK N.A.MUMBAI(INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND FINANCE)CITIINBXIBB
1414CITIBANK N.A.MUMBAI(MUMBAI BRANCH)CITIINBX
1415CITIBANK N.A.MUMBAI(SECURITIES AND FUNDS SERVICES)CITIINBXSFS
1416CITIBANK N.A.PUNE(PUNE BRANCH)CITIINBXPUN
1417CITIBANK, N.AMUMBAICITIINBI
1418CITY UNION BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI (MADRAS)CSDCIUBIN5M
1419CITY UNION BANK LTD.CHENNAICIUBIN5I
1420CLEARING CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD, THEMUMBAICCILINBB
1421COOPERATIEVE RABOBANK U.A.MUMBAIRTGS-HORABOINBB
1422CORPORATION BANKAHMEDABAD(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH AHMEDABAD)CORPINBB489
1423CORPORATION BANKAHMEDABAD(NAVRANGPURA)CORPINBB335
1424CORPORATION BANKALAPPUZHA(CHERUKOLE-KERALA BRANCH)CORPINBB391
1425CORPORATION BANKALAPUZHA(ALAPPUZHA BRANCH)CORPINBB172
1426CORPORATION BANKANAND(CAMBAY BRANCH)CORPINBB321
1427CORPORATION BANKANAND(VALLABH VIDYANAGAR)CORPINBB465
1428CORPORATION BANKBANGALORE(BANGALORE-FRPC)CORPINBBFRP
1429CORPORATION BANKBANGALORE(BANGALORE-PEENYA)CORPINBB763
1430CORPORATION BANKBANGALORE(M.G. ROAD BRANCH)CORPINBB341
1431CORPORATION BANKBANGALORE(MALLESWARAM MAIN BRANCH)CORPINBB056
1432CORPORATION BANKBANGALORE(WHITE FIELD)CORPINBB705
1433CORPORATION BANKBANGALORECAPS - BANGALORECORPINBB438
1434CORPORATION BANKBELGAUM(BELGAUM-SAMADEVI GALLI)CORPINBB059
1435CORPORATION BANKBHAVNAGAR(BHAVNAGAR)CORPINBB324
1436CORPORATION BANKCHANDIGARH(CHANDIGARH)CORPINBB319
1437CORPORATION BANKCHENNAI(G.T. MADRAS)CORPINBB005
1438CORPORATION BANKCHENNAI(WHITES ROAD CHENNAI)CORPINBB122
1439CORPORATION BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(KELLYS CHENNAI)CORPINBB123
1440CORPORATION BANKCOIMBATORE(COIMBATORE BRANCH)CORPINBB021
1441CORPORATION BANKCOIMBATORE(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH, COIMBATORE)CORPINBB562
1442CORPORATION BANKCOIMBATORE(TIRUPPUR BRANCH)CORPINBB087
1443CORPORATION BANKCUNCOLIM(MURIDA CUNCOLIM BRANCH)CORPINBB219
1444CORPORATION BANKDELHI(BIKHAJICAMA PLACE BRANCH)CORPINBB373
1445CORPORATION BANKDELHI(CONNAUGHT CIRCUS BRANCH)CORPINBB141
1446CORPORATION BANKDELHI(GREATER KAILASH BRANCH)CORPINBB286
1447CORPORATION BANKDELHI(KAMLANAGAR BRANCH)CORPINBB283
1448CORPORATION BANKDELHI(NANGLOIJAT-NEW DELHI)CORPINBB468
1449CORPORATION BANKDELHI(OVERSEAS - NEW DELHI)CORPINBB606
1450CORPORATION BANKFARIDABAD(FARIDABAD)CORPINBB479

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.