India Bank SWIFT Code - Page 30

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
1451CORPORATION BANKMUMBAI(MANDVI BRANCH)CORPINBB038
1452CORPORATION BANKMUMBAI(MUMBAI NARIMAN POINT)CORPINBB221
1453CORPORATION BANKMUMBAI(OVERSEAS - NARIMAN POINT BRANCH)CORPINBB444
1454CORPORATION BANKMUMBAI(SHIVAJIPARK BRANCH)CORPINBB057
1455CORPORATION BANKMUMBAI(VERSOVA BRANCH)CORPINBB114
1456CORPORATION BANKMUMBAI(WADALA BRANCH)CORPINBB106
1457CORPORATION BANKMYSORE(MYSORE-MAIN)CORPINBB011
1458CORPORATION BANKNAVSARI(NAVASARI BRANCH)CORPINBB322
1459CORPORATION BANKNEW DELHI(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH, NEW DELHI)CORPINBB447
1460CORPORATION BANKNOIDA(NOIDA-SSI)CORPINBB501
1461CORPORATION BANKPORBANDAR(PORBANDAR BRANCH)CORPINBB260
1462CORPORATION BANKPUNE(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH)CORPINBB502
1463CORPORATION BANKPUNE(PUNE BRANCH)CORPINBB132
1464CORPORATION BANKRAJKOT(GONDAL BRANCH)CORPINBB326
1465CORPORATION BANKRAJKOT(RAJKOT BRANCH)CORPINBB191
1466CORPORATION BANKSIRSA(SIKANDERPUR BRANCH)CORPINBB440
1467CORPORATION BANKSURAT(SURAT)CORPINBB185
1468CORPORATION BANKTHALASSERY(THALASSERY-KERALA BRANCH)CORPINBB010
1469CORPORATION BANKTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM(THIRUVANANTHAPURAM)CORPINBB070
1470CORPORATION BANKTHRISSUR(MUKKILAPEEDKA-KERALA BRANCH)CORPINBB389
1471CORPORATION BANKTRIVANDRUM(VARKALA-KERALA BRANCH)CORPINBB448
1472CORPORATION BANKTUTICORIN(THOOTHUKODI)CORPINBB716
1473CORPORATION BANKUDIPI(KARKALA BRANCH)CORPINBB148
1474CORPORATION BANKUDUPI(AMBALPADY BRANCH)CORPINBB164
1475CORPORATION BANKUDUPI(DOOPADAKATTE BRANCH)CORPINBB245
1476CORPORATION BANKUDUPI(HERADI BRANCH)CORPINBB240
1477CORPORATION BANKUDUPI(KURKAL BRANCH)CORPINBB189
1478CORPORATION BANKUDUPI(MANIPAL BRANCH)CORPINBB128
1479CORPORATION BANKUDUPI(PERNAL BRANCH)CORPINBB088
1480CORPORATION BANKUDUPI(SHIRVA BRANCH)CORPINBB013
1481CORPORATION BANKUDUPI(UDUPI DK BRANCH)CORPINBB001
1482CORPORATION BANKUDUPI(ULIYARGOLI BRANCH)CORPINBB238
1483CORPORATION BANKVADODARA(ALKAPURI BRANCH)CORPINBB336
1484CORPORATION BANKVADODARA(VADODARA, GUJARAT BRANCH)CORPINBB155
1485CORPORATION BANKVISAKHAPATNAMVISAKHAPATNAMCORPINBB158
1486CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB INDIA BRANCHAHMEDABAD(AHMEDABAD BRANCH, INDIA)CRLYINBBAHM
1487CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB INDIA BRANCHBANGALORE(BANGALORE BRANCH, INDIA)CRLYINBBBLR
1488CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB INDIA BRANCHCHENNAI (MADRAS)(CHENNAI BRANCH, INDIA)CRLYINBBCHE
1489CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB INDIA BRANCHDELHI(NEW DELHI BRANCH, INDIA)CRLYINBBNDL
1490CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB INDIA BRANCHMUMBAI(MUMBAI BRANCH, INDIA)CRLYINBB
1491CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB INDIA BRANCHPUNE(PUNE BRANCH, INDIA)CRLYINBBPUN
1492CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITEDMUMBAICRLYINBI
1493CREDIT SUISSE AGMUMBAIRTGS-HOCRESINBB
1494CSB BANK LIMITEDTHRISSURFTS CENTRECSYBIN55
1495CTBC BANK CO., LTD NEW DELHI BRANCHDELHIRTGS-HOCTCBINDD
1496DBS BANK INDIA LIMITEDMUMBAI(MUMBAI BRANCH)DBSSINBBIBD
1497DBS BANK INDIA LIMITEDNEW DELHIRTGS-HODBSSINBB
1498DCB BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(C.G. ROAD BRANCH, AHMEDABAD)DCBLINBB036
1499DCB BANK LIMITEDBANGALORE(BANGALORE BRANCH)DCBLINBB038
1500DCB BANK LIMITEDDELHI(NEW DELHI BRANCH)DCBLINBB046

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.