India Bank SWIFT Code - Page 3

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in India. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.


IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
101ANDHRA BANKMUMBAI(FOREX / MATUNGA BRANCH)ANDBINBBMAT
102ANDHRA BANKMUMBAI(NANAVATI MAHALAYA - FORT BRANCH)ANDBINBBFOR
103ANDHRA BANKMUMBAI(NARIMAN POINT,MUMBAI)ANDBINBBNAP
104ANDHRA BANKMUMBAI(OPERA HOUSE BRANCH)ANDBINBBOPH
105ANDHRA BANKMUMBAISAIFABADANDBINBB
106ANDHRA BANKMUMBAIVASHIANDBINBBVAS
107ANDHRA BANKNEW DELHIR K PURAM (NEW DELHI)ANDBINBBRKP
108ANDHRA BANKNOIDA(NOIDA BRANCH)ANDBINBBNOI
109ANDHRA BANKONGOLE(ONGOLE BRANCH)ANDBINBBONG
110ANDHRA BANKPUNEPUNEANDBINBBPUN
111ANDHRA BANKRAIPUR(RAIPUR BRANCH, CHHATISGARH)ANDBINBBRAI
112ANDHRA BANKRAJKOT(RAJKOT)ANDBINBBRAJ
113ANDHRA BANKSECUNDERABADRP ROADANDBINBBSEC
114ANDHRA BANKSURATNANPURA SURATANDBINBBSUR
115ANDHRA BANKTIRUPATI(TIRUPATI BRANCH)ANDBINBBTPT
116ANDHRA BANKVADODARA (BARODA)(AKOTA BRANCH, GUJARAT)ANDBINBBAKT
117ANDHRA BANKVAPI(VAPI BRANCH)ANDBINBBVAP
118ANDHRA BANKVIJAYAWADA(VIJAYAWADA MAIN BRANCH)ANDBINBBVJA
119ANDHRA BANKVISAKHAPATNAMSALURANDBINBBVIS
120ANDHRA BANKVISAKHAPATNAMSTEELPLANT TOWNSHIPANDBINBBSPT
121ASHIKA STOCK BROKING LIMITEDKOLKATAASTKINC2
122AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND BANKING GROUP LIMITEDMUMBAIRTGS-HOANZBINBX
123AXIS BANK LIMITEDAGARTALA(AGARTALA)AXISINBB276
124AXIS BANK LIMITEDAGRA(AGRA BRANCH)AXISINBB086
125AXIS BANK LIMITEDAGRA(TAJ LINK ROAD)AXISINBB643
126AXIS BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(AHMEDABAD BRANCH)AXISINBB003
127AXIS BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(CORPORATE BANKING -AHMEDABAD)AXISINBBA03
128AXIS BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(MANINAGAR)AXISINBB080
129AXIS BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(NARODA)AXISINBBA69
130AXIS BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(NEHRUNAGAR,AHMEDABAD GJ-A47)AXISINBBA47
131AXIS BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(RELIEF ROAD, AHMEDABAD GJ)AXISINBB453
132AXIS BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(SARKHEJ GANDHINAGAR H/W,AHD (G):297)AXISINBB297
133AXIS BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(SHAHIBAUG, AHMEDABAD GJ)AXISINBB510
134AXIS BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(VASTRAPUR)AXISINBB032
135AXIS BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(VEJALPUR, AHMEDABAD (GJ))AXISINBB058
136AXIS BANK LIMITEDAJMER(AJMER)AXISINBB356
137AXIS BANK LIMITEDAJMER(KISHANGARH)AXISINBBA97
138AXIS BANK LIMITEDALIGARH(ALIGARH (UP))AXISINBB310
139AXIS BANK LIMITEDALLAHABAD(ALLAHABAD UP)AXISINBB286
140AXIS BANK LIMITEDALUVA(ALUVA KL)AXISINBB485
141AXIS BANK LIMITEDAMBALA(AMBALA BRANCH)AXISINBB432
142AXIS BANK LIMITEDAMRITSAR(AMRITSAR BRANCH)AXISINBB179
143AXIS BANK LIMITEDANKLESHWAR(ANKLESHWAR)AXISINBB458
144AXIS BANK LIMITEDATUL(ATUL)AXISINBB459
145AXIS BANK LIMITEDAURANGABAD(AURANGABAD)AXISINBB165
146AXIS BANK LIMITEDAURANGABAD(CIDCO, AURANGABAD)AXISINBB750
147AXIS BANK LIMITEDBAHADURGARH(BAHADURGARH)AXISINBB627
148AXIS BANK LIMITEDBAHARAMPUR(BAHARAMPUR)AXISINBB163
149AXIS BANK LIMITEDBALASORE(BALASORE (OR)-221)AXISINBB221
150AXIS BANK LIMITEDBANGALORE(BANASHANKARI)AXISINBB102

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them.

The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The registrations of Swift Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

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