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
1701FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THEMUMBAIMUMBAI / FORTFDRLINBB
1702FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THENAVI MUMBAI(VASHI)FDRLINBBBB9
1703FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THENEW DELHI(CONNAUGHT CIRCUS)FDRLINBBND1
1704FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THENEW DELHI(NEW DELHI OVERSEAS BRANCH)FDRLINBBNDF
1705FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THENOIDA(NOIDA)FDRLINBBNDA
1706FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THEPALA(PALA BRANCH)FDRLINBBPLI
1707FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THEPALAKKAD (PALGHAT)(PALAKKAD)FDRLINBBPGT
1708FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THEPANAJI(PANAJI)FDRLINBBPNJ
1709FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THEPERUMBAVOOR(PERUMBAVOOR)FDRLINBBPBR
1710FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THEPUNE(PUNE)FDRLINBBPNE
1711FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THERAJKOT(RAJKOT)FDRLINBBRKT
1712FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THESALEM(SALEM BRANCH)FDRLINBBSLM
1713FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THESHERTALLAI(CHERTHALA)FDRLINBBSTL
1714FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THESURAT(SURAT)FDRLINBBSRT
1715FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THETHIRUVANANTHAPURAM(PALAYAM)FDRLINBBTVM
1716FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THETIRUVALLA(TIRUVALLA)FDRLINBBTLA
1717FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THETRICHUR(S T NAGAR)FDRLINBBTCR
1718FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THETUTICORIN(TUTICORIN BRANCH)FDRLINBBTTN
1719FEDERAL BANK LIMITED, THEVADODARA (BARODA)(BARODA BRANCH)FDRLINBBBRD
1720FIRST ABU DHABI BANK PJSC (FORMERLY NATIONAL BANK OF ABU DHABI)MUMBAIMUMBAI BRANCHNBADINBB
1721FIRSTRAND BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIRTGS-HOFIRNINBB
1722FUTURE RETAIL LIMITEDMUMBAIFRTAINBI
1723GRISHMA SECURITIES PRIVATE LIMITEDMUMBAIGRSVINB2
1724HDFC BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(AHMEDABAD BRANCH)HDFCINBBAHM
1725HDFC BANK LIMITEDBANGALORE(BANGALORE BRANCH)HDFCINBBBNG
1726HDFC BANK LIMITEDBHUBANESHWAR(BHUBANESHWAR OPERATIONS)HDFCINBBBHU
1727HDFC BANK LIMITEDCHANDIGARH(SERVICE BR. CHANDIGARH)HDFCINBBCGH
1728HDFC BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI(CHENNAI - R.K.SALAI - BRANCH)HDFCINBBRKS
1729HDFC BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI(TAMILNADU BRANCH)HDFCINBBCHE
1730HDFC BANK LIMITEDCOIMBATORE(COIMBATORE)HDFCINBBCMB
1731HDFC BANK LIMITEDDELHI(DELHI BRANCH)HDFCINBBDEL
1732HDFC BANK LIMITEDDELHI(HARSHA BHAWAN)HDFCINBBHBD
1733HDFC BANK LIMITEDGURUGRAM(GURGAON BANK HOUSE)HDFCINBBGBH
1734HDFC BANK LIMITEDHYDERABAD(HYDERABAD BRANCH)HDFCINBBHYD
1735HDFC BANK LIMITEDINDORE(INDORE)HDFCINBBIDR
1736HDFC BANK LIMITEDKOCHI(COCHIN BRANCH)HDFCINBBCOC
1737HDFC BANK LIMITEDKOLKATA(KOLKATA - BHAVANIPUR BRANCH)HDFCINBBBHP
1738HDFC BANK LIMITEDKOLKATA(KOLKATTA BRANCH)HDFCINBBCAL
1739HDFC BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIHDFCINBBJPR
1740HDFC BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(CUSTODY SERVICES)HDFCINBBCUS
1741HDFC BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(GIFT CITY)HDFCINBBGFC
1742HDFC BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(MUMBAI - FORT)HDFCINBBFRT
1743HDFC BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(REMITTANCES DEPARTMENT)HDFCINBBGMT
1744HDFC BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(SANDOZ HOUSE MUMBAI)HDFCINBBSNZ
1745HDFC BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(TREASURY BRANCH)HDFCINBBTRS
1746HDFC BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIRTGS-HOHDFCINBB
1747HDFC BANK LIMITEDPUNE(PUNE BRANCH)HDFCINBBPNE
1748HDFC BANK LIMITEDVADODARA(BARODA BRANCH)HDFCINBBBRD
1749HDFC BANK LTDMUMBAIHDFCINBI
1750HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CO. LTDMUMBAIHSBCINBI

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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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.