India Bank SWIFT Code - Page 31

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
1501DCB BANK LIMITEDKOLKATA(SHAKESPEARE SARANI BR.)DCBLINBB023
1502DCB BANK LIMITEDLUDHIANA(LUDHIANA)DCBLINBB107
1503DCB BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(ANDHERI BRANCH)DCBLINBB004
1504DCB BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(MOHAMEDALI ROAD BRANCH)DCBLINBB061
1505DCB BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(NARIMAN POINT BRANCH)DCBLINBB043
1506DCB BANK LIMITEDMUMBAINariman PointDCBLINBB
1507DCB BANK LIMITEDSECUNDERABAD(SECUNDERABAD BRANCH)DCBLINBB058
1508DENA BANKAHMEDABAD(ASHRAM ROAD)BKDNINBBAHD
1509DENA BANKBANGALORE(K.G. ROAD BRANCH, BANGALORE)BKDNINBBKGB
1510DENA BANKBHOPAL(T.T.NAGAR, BHOPAL, MADHAYA PRADESH)BKDNINBBBHP
1511DENA BANKBHUJ(VIJAY NAGAR BRANCH, BHUJ)BKDNINBBBUJ
1512DENA BANKCHANDIGARH(CHANDIGARH)BKDNINBBCHD
1513DENA BANKCHENNAI(NUNGAMBAKKAM BRANCH)BKDNINBBNUN
1514DENA BANKCOIMBATORE(COIMBATORE BRANCH)BKDNINBBCOM
1515DENA BANKDELHI(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH NEW DELHI)BKDNINBBIFN
1516DENA BANKDELHI(NEHRU PLACE BRANCH)BKDNINBBNPL
1517DENA BANKGANDHIDHAM(AD BRANCH)BKDNINBBGAN
1518DENA BANKGURUGRAM(GURGAON BARNCH)BKDNINBBGUR
1519DENA BANKHYDERABAD(BANK STREET BRANCH, HYDERABAD)BKDNINBBHYD
1520DENA BANKINDORE(NAVLAKHA BRANCH)BKDNINBBNAV
1521DENA BANKJAIPUR(HALDION-KA-RASTA BRANCH, JAIPUR)BKDNINBBHRJ
1522DENA BANKJAIPUR(M.I. ROAD BRANCH)BKDNINBBJAI
1523DENA BANKKANPUR(KANPUR)BKDNINBBKAN
1524DENA BANKKOCHI(ERNAKULAM)BKDNINBBERN
1525DENA BANKKOLKATA(BRABOURNE ROAD BRANCH)BKDNINBBCAL
1526DENA BANKKOLKATA(PARK STREET BRANCH)BKDNINBBPST
1527DENA BANKKOLKATA (CALCUTTA)(CORPORATE BUSINESS BRANCH , KOLKATA)BKDNINBBCBK
1528DENA BANKLUDHIANA(LUDHIANA BRANCH, MATA RANI CHOWK)BKDNINBBLDN
1529DENA BANKMEHSANA(SIDHPUR BRANCH)BKDNINBBSID
1530DENA BANKMORADABAD(MORADABAD BRANCH)BKDNINBBMOR
1531DENA BANKMUMBAI(CORPORATE BUSINESS BRANCH)BKDNINBBCBX
1532DENA BANKMUMBAI(DADAR BRANCH)BKDNINBBDDR
1533DENA BANKMUMBAI(DENA BANK,JVPD)BKDNINBBJVP
1534DENA BANKMUMBAI(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH, FORT, MUMBAI)BKDNINBBIFB
1535DENA BANKMUMBAI(MUMBAI MAIN BRANCH)BKDNINBBOVB
1536DENA BANKMUMBAI(SANDHURST BRIDGE)BKDNINBBSAN
1537DENA BANKMUMBAI(SUN MILL COMPOUND BRANCH)BKDNINBBSMC
1538DENA BANKMUMBAI(VASHI SECTOR - 19)BKDNINBBVSI
1539DENA BANKMUMBAI(VILE PARLE EAST)BKDNINBBVPL
1540DENA BANKMUMBAIMUMBAI IBBBKDNINBB
1541DENA BANKNASHIK(BHADRAKALI BRANCH)BKDNINBBNBK
1542DENA BANKNEW DELHI(CORPORATE BUSINESS BRANCH , NEW DELHI)BKDNINBBCCD
1543DENA BANKNEW DELHINEWDELHI CONNAUGHT CIRCUSBKDNINBBNDL
1544DENA BANKNOIDA(NOIDA)BKDNINBBNOD
1545DENA BANKPANAJI(PANAJI BRANCH, INDRAPRASTHA)BKDNINBBPNG
1546DENA BANKPANIPAT(PANIPAT BRANCH)BKDNINBBPNP
1547DENA BANKPUNE(PUNE CAMP BRANCH)BKDNINBBCMP
1548DENA BANKRAJKOT(TRAJPAR(MORBI))BKDNINBBTRJ
1549DENA BANKRAJKOTRAJKOT DHEBARBHAI ROADBKDNINBBRJK
1550DENA BANKSURATSURAT SERVICE BRANCHBKDNINBBSRT

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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