SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 32

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
1551CSB BANK LIMITEDTHRISSURFTS CENTRECSYBIN55
1552CTBC BANK CO., LTD NEW DELHI BRANCHDELHIRTGS-HOCTCBINDD
1553DBS BANK INDIA LIMITEDMUMBAI(MUMBAI BRANCH)DBSSINBBIBD
1554DBS BANK INDIA LIMITEDMUMBAIRTGS-HODBSSINBB
1555DCB BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(C.G. ROAD BRANCH, AHMEDABAD)DCBLINBB036
1556DCB BANK LIMITEDBANGALORE(BANGALORE BRANCH)DCBLINBB038
1557DCB BANK LIMITEDDELHI(NEW DELHI BRANCH)DCBLINBB046
1558DCB BANK LIMITEDKOLKATA(SHAKESPEARE SARANI BR.)DCBLINBB023
1559DCB BANK LIMITEDLUDHIANA(LUDHIANA)DCBLINBB107
1560DCB BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(ANDHERI BRANCH)DCBLINBB004
1561DCB BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(MOHAMEDALI ROAD BRANCH)DCBLINBB061
1562DCB BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(NARIMAN POINT BRANCH)DCBLINBB043
1563DCB BANK LIMITEDMUMBAINARIMAN POINTDCBLINBB
1564DCB BANK LIMITEDSECUNDERABAD(SECUNDERABAD BRANCH)DCBLINBB058
1565DENA BANKAHMEDABAD(ASHRAM ROAD)BKDNINBBAHD
1566DENA BANKBANGALORE(K.G. ROAD BRANCH, BANGALORE)BKDNINBBKGB
1567DENA BANKBHOPAL(T.T.NAGAR, BHOPAL, MADHAYA PRADESH)BKDNINBBBHP
1568DENA BANKBHUJ(VIJAY NAGAR BRANCH, BHUJ)BKDNINBBBUJ
1569DENA BANKCHANDIGARH(CHANDIGARH)BKDNINBBCHD
1570DENA BANKCHENNAI(NUNGAMBAKKAM BRANCH)BKDNINBBNUN
1571DENA BANKCOIMBATORE(COIMBATORE BRANCH)BKDNINBBCOM
1572DENA BANKDELHI(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH NEW DELHI)BKDNINBBIFN
1573DENA BANKDELHI(NEHRU PLACE BRANCH)BKDNINBBNPL
1574DENA BANKGANDHIDHAM(AD BRANCH)BKDNINBBGAN
1575DENA BANKGURUGRAM(GURGAON BARNCH)BKDNINBBGUR
1576DENA BANKHYDERABAD(BANK STREET BRANCH, HYDERABAD)BKDNINBBHYD
1577DENA BANKINDORE(NAVLAKHA BRANCH)BKDNINBBNAV
1578DENA BANKJAIPUR(HALDION-KA-RASTA BRANCH, JAIPUR)BKDNINBBHRJ
1579DENA BANKJAIPUR(M.I. ROAD BRANCH)BKDNINBBJAI
1580DENA BANKKANPUR(KANPUR)BKDNINBBKAN
1581DENA BANKKOCHI(ERNAKULAM)BKDNINBBERN
1582DENA BANKKOLKATA(BRABOURNE ROAD BRANCH)BKDNINBBCAL
1583DENA BANKKOLKATA(PARK STREET BRANCH)BKDNINBBPST
1584DENA BANKKOLKATA (CALCUTTA)(CORPORATE BUSINESS BRANCH , KOLKATA)BKDNINBBCBK
1585DENA BANKLUDHIANA(LUDHIANA BRANCH, MATA RANI CHOWK)BKDNINBBLDN
1586DENA BANKMEHSANA(SIDHPUR BRANCH)BKDNINBBSID
1587DENA BANKMORADABAD(MORADABAD BRANCH)BKDNINBBMOR
1588DENA BANKMUMBAI(CORPORATE BUSINESS BRANCH)BKDNINBBCBX
1589DENA BANKMUMBAI(DADAR BRANCH)BKDNINBBDDR
1590DENA BANKMUMBAI(DENA BANK,JVPD)BKDNINBBJVP
1591DENA BANKMUMBAI(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH, FORT, MUMBAI)BKDNINBBIFB
1592DENA BANKMUMBAI(MUMBAI MAIN BRANCH)BKDNINBBOVB
1593DENA BANKMUMBAI(SANDHURST BRIDGE)BKDNINBBSAN
1594DENA BANKMUMBAI(SUN MILL COMPOUND BRANCH)BKDNINBBSMC
1595DENA BANKMUMBAI(VASHI SECTOR - 19)BKDNINBBVSI
1596DENA BANKMUMBAI(VILE PARLE EAST)BKDNINBBVPL
1597DENA BANKMUMBAIMUMBAI IBBBKDNINBB
1598DENA BANKNASHIK(BHADRAKALI BRANCH)BKDNINBBNBK
1599DENA BANKNEW DELHI(CORPORATE BUSINESS BRANCH , NEW DELHI)BKDNINBBCCD
1600DENA BANKNEW DELHINEWDELHI CONNAUGHT CIRCUSBKDNINBBNDL

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.