India Bank SWIFT Code - Page 38

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
1851INDIAN BANKCOIMBATORE(TRICHY ROAD)IDIBINBBKNR
1852INDIAN BANKCUDDALORE(CUDDALORE MAIN)IDIBINBBCUM
1853INDIAN BANKDELHI(CHANDNI CHOWK BRANCH)IDIBINBBCCK
1854INDIAN BANKDELHI(CORPORATE BRANCH DELHI)IDIBINBBCRN
1855INDIAN BANKDELHI(DB GUPTA ROAD BRANCH)IDIBINBBDBG
1856INDIAN BANKDELHI(DEFENCE COLONY BRANCH)IDIBINBBDCY
1857INDIAN BANKDELHI(GREATER KAILASH BRANCH)IDIBINBBGKH
1858INDIAN BANKDELHI(NEHRU PLACE BRANCH)IDIBINBBNPL
1859INDIAN BANKDELHI(NEW DELHI MAIN BRANCH)IDIBINBBNDL
1860INDIAN BANKDELHI(SHANTINIKETAN BRANCH)IDIBINBBSNK
1861INDIAN BANKDELHI(SOUTH EXTENSION BRANCH)IDIBINBBSXT
1862INDIAN BANKERNAKULAM(ERNAKULAM BRANCH)IDIBINBBEKM
1863INDIAN BANKFARIDABAD(FARIDABAD)IDIBINBBAMB
1864INDIAN BANKGHAZIABAD(GHAZIABAD)IDIBINBBGZB
1865INDIAN BANKGHAZIABAD(SECTOR 50 NOIDA)IDIBINBBNOI
1866INDIAN BANKGUNTUR(GUNTUR BRANCH)IDIBINBBGTR
1867INDIAN BANKGURUGRAM(IMT MANESAR BRANCH)IDIBINBBIMT
1868INDIAN BANKGURUGRAM(SUSHANT LOK)IDIBINBBLOK
1869INDIAN BANKGUWAHATI(GUWUHATI BRANCH)IDIBINBBGOD
1870INDIAN BANKHOSUR(HOSUR)IDIBINBBHSR
1871INDIAN BANKHYDERABAD(HIMAYATNAGAR BRANCH, HYDERABAD)IDIBINBBHIM
1872INDIAN BANKHYDERABAD(HYDERABAD MAIN)IDIBINBBHYD
1873INDIAN BANKINDORE(INDORE BRANCH)IDIBINBBIDR
1874INDIAN BANKJAIPUR(JAIPUR)IDIBINBBJAI
1875INDIAN BANKJALANDHAR(JALANDHAR BRANCH)IDIBINBBJLR
1876INDIAN BANKKAKINADAKAKINADAIDIBINBBKKN
1877INDIAN BANKKANCHEEPURAM(IND MSME SRIPERUMBUDUR)IDIBINBBSRP
1878INDIAN BANKKARUR(KARUR)IDIBINBBKRR
1879INDIAN BANKKOLKATA(CALCUTTA MAIN BRANCH)IDIBINBBCAL
1880INDIAN BANKKOLKATA(STRAND ROAD BRANCH)IDIBINBBSTR
1881INDIAN BANKKOLLAM(KOLLAM BRANCH)IDIBINBBQLN
1882INDIAN BANKKRISHNAGIRI(KRISHNAGIRI)IDIBINBBKRG
1883INDIAN BANKLUDHIANA(LUDHIANA BRANCH)IDIBINBBLDN
1884INDIAN BANKMADURAI(MADURAI MAIN BRANCH)IDIBINBBMDM
1885INDIAN BANKMANDVI(MANDVI BRANCH)IDIBINBBMAN
1886INDIAN BANKMIRZAPUR(MIRZAPUR BRANCH)IDIBINBBMZR
1887INDIAN BANKMORBI(MORVI)IDIBINBBMOR
1888INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(BANDRA BRANCH)IDIBINBBBAN
1889INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(CORPORATE BRANCH MUMBAI)IDIBINBBCRM
1890INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(CUFFE PARADE BRANCH)IDIBINBBCPD
1891INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(DADAR BRANCH)IDIBINBBDDR
1892INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH, MUMBAI)IDIBINBBIFM
1893INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(JVPDS BRANCH)IDIBINBBJVP
1894INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(MUMBAI FORT BRANCH)IDIBINBBBFT
1895INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(NAPEAN SEA ROAD BRANCH)IDIBINBBNSR
1896INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(NARIMAN POINT BRANCH)IDIBINBBNPT
1897INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(OSHIWARA BRANCH)IDIBINBBOSH
1898INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(PRARTHANA SAMAJ)IDIBINBBPRS
1899INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(VILE PARLE BRANCH)IDIBINBBVPL
1900INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(WADALA)IDIBINBBWAD

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The registrations of Swift Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

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