SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 35

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
1701ICICI BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI (MADRAS)(VOSTRO CELL-CHENNAI)ICICINBBVC2
1702ICICI BANK LIMITEDCOIMBATORE(COIMBATORE BRANCH)ICICINBB016
1703ICICI BANK LIMITEDDELHI(DELHI BRANCH)ICICINBB007
1704ICICI BANK LIMITEDDELHI(REGIONAL TRADE SERVICES UNIT-NEW DELHI)ICICINBBRT2
1705ICICI BANK LIMITEDGANDHINAGAR(ICICI GIFT CITY BRANCH)ICICINBBIBU
1706ICICI BANK LIMITEDHYDERABAD(HYDERABAD BRANCH)ICICINBB008
1707ICICI BANK LIMITEDHYDERABAD(REGIONAL TRADE SERVICES UNIT-HYDERABAD)ICICINBBRT5
1708ICICI BANK LIMITEDJAIPUR(JAIPUR BRANCH)ICICINBB012
1709ICICI BANK LIMITEDKOCHI(KOCHI BRANCH)ICICINBB010
1710ICICI BANK LIMITEDKOLKATA (CALCUTTA)KOLKATA - R N MUKHERJEEICICINBB006
1711ICICI BANK LIMITEDLUDHIANA(LUDHIANA BRANCH)ICICINBB017
1712ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIICICINBBASF
1713ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(ANDHERI BRANCH)ICICINBB011
1714ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(CENTRALIZED PAYMENT HUB)ICICINBBGRP
1715ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(CMS HUB)ICICINBBCMS
1716ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(CROSS BORDER PAYMENT PROCESSING CENTRE)ICICINBBNRI
1717ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(GLOBAL TRADE SERVICES UNIT-MUMBAI)ICICINBBCTS
1718ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(OVERSEAS BRANCH UNIT)ICICINBBOBU
1719ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(REGIONAL TRADE SERVICES UNIT-MUMBAI)ICICINBBRT1
1720ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(SANGLI BRANCH)ICICINBBSAN
1721ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(TREASURY)ICICINBBTSY
1722ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(VOSTRO CELL-MUMBAI)ICICINBBVC1
1723ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIHEAD OFFICEICICINBB
1724ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIMUMBAI CHURGHGATEICICINBBFEX
1725ICICI BANK LIMITEDPUNEPUNE - BUND GARDENICICINBB005
1726ICICI BANK LIMITEDVADODARAICICINBI
1727ICICI BANK LIMITEDVADODARA (BARODA)VADODARAICICINBB003
1728ICICI BANK LIMITEDVISAKHAPATNAM(VISAKHAPATNAM BRANCH)ICICINBB060
1729IDBI BANK LIMITEDAGRA(AGRA)IBKLINBBD18
1730IDBI BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(AHMEDABAD BRANCH)IBKLINBB009
1731IDBI BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(MAIN CORPORATE BRANCH, AHMEDABAD)IBKLINBB130
1732IDBI BANK LIMITEDAURANGABAD(AURANGABAD)IBKLINBBABD
1733IDBI BANK LIMITEDBANGALORE(BANGALORE BRANCH)IBKLINBB008
1734IDBI BANK LIMITEDBANGALORE(BANGALORE)IBKLINBBBGL
1735IDBI BANK LIMITEDBANGALORE(MAIN CORPORATE BRANCH, BANGALORE)IBKLINBB128
1736IDBI BANK LIMITEDBHADOHI(BHADOHI)IBKLINBBB67
1737IDBI BANK LIMITEDBHAVNAGAR(BHAVNAGAR)IBKLINBB071
1738IDBI BANK LIMITEDBHOPAL(BHOPAL MAIN BRANCH)IBKLINBB138
1739IDBI BANK LIMITEDBHUBANESHWAR(BHUBANESHWAR)IBKLINBB042
1740IDBI BANK LIMITEDCHANDIGARH(CHANDIGARH BRANCH)IBKLINBB003
1741IDBI BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI (MADRAS)(CHENNAI BRANCH)IBKLINBB005
1742IDBI BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI (MADRAS)(CHENNAI)IBKLINBBCHN
1743IDBI BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI (MADRAS)(MAIN CORPORATE BRANCH, CHENNAI)IBKLINBB129
1744IDBI BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI (MADRAS)(PARRYS CORNER, CHENNAI)IBKLINBB907
1745IDBI BANK LIMITEDCOIMBATORE(COIMBATORE BRANCH)IBKLINBB006
1746IDBI BANK LIMITEDDELHI(KAROL BAUG)IBKLINBBNDL
1747IDBI BANK LIMITEDDELHI(MAIN CORPORATE BRANCH, NEW DELHI)IBKLINBB127
1748IDBI BANK LIMITEDDELHI(NEW DELHI)IBKLINBB010
1749IDBI BANK LIMITEDDURGAPUR(DURGAPUR BRANCH)IBKLINBB256
1750IDBI BANK LIMITEDFARIDABAD(FARIDABAD BRANCH)IBKLINBBA80

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.