India Bank SWIFT Code - Page 36

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
1751IDBI BANK LIMITEDGANDHINAGAR(GIFT CITY,GANDHINAGAR)IBKLINBBGFT
1752IDBI BANK LIMITEDGHAZIABAD(GHAZIABAD-SPL CORPORATE BRANCH)IBKLINBBA83
1753IDBI BANK LIMITEDGURUGRAM(SUSHANT LOK, GURGAON)IBKLINBB171
1754IDBI BANK LIMITEDGUWAHATI(GUWAHATI BRANCH)IBKLINBB136
1755IDBI BANK LIMITEDHYDERABAD('HYDERABAD)IBKLINBBHYD
1756IDBI BANK LIMITEDHYDERABAD(HYDERABAD BRANCH)IBKLINBB002
1757IDBI BANK LIMITEDHYDERABAD(MAIN CORPORATE BRANCH, HYDERABAD)IBKLINBB133
1758IDBI BANK LIMITEDINDORE(INDORE)IBKLINBB001
1759IDBI BANK LIMITEDINDORE(N P INDORE)IBKLINBBIDR
1760IDBI BANK LIMITEDJAIPUR(JAIPUR BRANCH)IBKLINBB013
1761IDBI BANK LIMITEDJAIPUR(MAIN CORPORATE BRANCH, JAIPUR)IBKLINBB142
1762IDBI BANK LIMITEDJALANDHAR(NEW JAWAHAR NAGAR,COOL ROAD)IBKLINBB073
1763IDBI BANK LIMITEDJAMSHEDPUR(JAMSHEDPUR BRANCH)IBKLINBB017
1764IDBI BANK LIMITEDJODHPUR(JODHPUR BRANCH)IBKLINBB058
1765IDBI BANK LIMITEDKANPUR(KANPUR BRANCH)IBKLINBB141
1766IDBI BANK LIMITEDKOCHI(KOCHI BRANCH)IBKLINBB027
1767IDBI BANK LIMITEDKOLHAPUR(S C KOLKAPUR)IBKLINBBSCK
1768IDBI BANK LIMITEDKOLKATA (CALCUTTA)(BRABOURNE ROAD, KOLKATA)IBKLINBB060
1769IDBI BANK LIMITEDKOLKATA (CALCUTTA)(KOLKATA BRANCH)IBKLINBB012
1770IDBI BANK LIMITEDKOLKATA (CALCUTTA)(MAIN CORPORATE BRANCH, KOLKATA)IBKLINBB135
1771IDBI BANK LIMITEDKOLKATA (CALCUTTA)(SALT LAKE, KOLKATA)IBKLINBB184
1772IDBI BANK LIMITEDKOLLAM(KOLLAM)IBKLINBB737
1773IDBI BANK LIMITEDLUCKNOW(LUCKNOW)IBKLINBB015
1774IDBI BANK LIMITEDLUDHIANA(LUDHIANA BRANCH)IBKLINBB041
1775IDBI BANK LIMITEDMADURAI(MADURAI BRANCH)IBKLINBB044
1776IDBI BANK LIMITEDMANGALORE(MANGALORE BRANCH)IBKLINBBB17
1777IDBI BANK LIMITEDMORADABAD(MORADABAD BRANCH)IBKLINBB122
1778IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(ANDHERI BRANCH)IBKLINBB039
1779IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(CORPORATE BRANCH)IBKLINBB126
1780IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(DOMBIVGALI)IBKLINBBDOM
1781IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(FORT)IBKLINBBFRT
1782IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(LARGE CORPORATE BRANCH, MUMBAI)IBKLINBB701
1783IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(MAROL)IBKLINBBMRL
1784IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(MUMBAI BRANCH)IBKLINBB004
1785IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(OVERSEAS)IBKLINBBOSB
1786IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(PRABHADEVI)IBKLINBBPDV
1787IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(SPECIALISED TREASURY BRANCH, MUMBAI)IBKLINBB796
1788IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(TRADE PROCESSING CENTRE)IBKLINBBA01
1789IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(TREASURY BACK OFFICE)IBKLINBBTBO
1790IDBI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAICENTRAL ACCOUNTING CELL, HEAD OFFICEIBKLINBB
1791IDBI BANK LIMITEDMYSORE(MYSORE BRANCH)IBKLINBB281
1792IDBI BANK LIMITEDNAGPUR(S B NAGPUR)IBKLINBBNGP
1793IDBI BANK LIMITEDNASIK(NASHIK SATHYE BAGH BRANCH)IBKLINBB458
1794IDBI BANK LIMITEDNAVI MUMBAI(BELAPUR BRANCH)IBKLINBB183
1795IDBI BANK LIMITEDPANIPATG.T.ROAD , NEAR SANJAY CHOWKIBKLINBB121
1796IDBI BANK LIMITEDPANJIM(PANJIM BRANCH)IBKLINBBPNJ
1797IDBI BANK LIMITEDPATNA(PATNA BRANCH)IBKLINBB140
1798IDBI BANK LIMITEDPUNE(LAXMI ROAD PUNE)IBKLINBBLRP
1799IDBI BANK LIMITEDPUNE(PIMPRI CHINCHWAD)IBKLINBB522
1800IDBI BANK LIMITEDPUNE(PUNE BRANCH)IBKLINBB007

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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