SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 39

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
1901INDIAN BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(THOUSAND LIGHTS BRANCH)IDIBINBBTLT
1902INDIAN BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(TREASURY BRANCH)IDIBINBBTSY
1903INDIAN BANKCOIMBATORE(COIMBATORE MAIN BRANCH)IDIBINBBCBE
1904INDIAN BANKCUDDALORE(CUDDALORE MAIN)IDIBINBBCUM
1905INDIAN BANKDELHI(CHANDNI CHOWK BRANCH)IDIBINBBCCK
1906INDIAN BANKDELHI(CORPORATE BRANCH DELHI)IDIBINBBCRN
1907INDIAN BANKDELHI(DB GUPTA ROAD BRANCH)IDIBINBBDBG
1908INDIAN BANKDELHI(DEFENCE COLONY BRANCH)IDIBINBBDCY
1909INDIAN BANKDELHI(GREATER KAILASH BRANCH)IDIBINBBGKH
1910INDIAN BANKDELHI(NEHRU PLACE BRANCH)IDIBINBBNPL
1911INDIAN BANKDELHI(NEW DELHI MAIN BRANCH)IDIBINBBNDL
1912INDIAN BANKDELHI(SHANTINIKETAN BRANCH)IDIBINBBSNK
1913INDIAN BANKDELHI(SOUTH EXTENSION BRANCH)IDIBINBBSXT
1914INDIAN BANKERNAKULAM(ERNAKULAM BRANCH)IDIBINBBEKM
1915INDIAN BANKFARIDABAD(FARIDABAD)IDIBINBBAMB
1916INDIAN BANKGANDHINAGAR(GIFT CITY)IDIBINBBIBU
1917INDIAN BANKGHAZIABAD(GHAZIABAD)IDIBINBBGZB
1918INDIAN BANKGHAZIABAD(SECTOR 50 NOIDA)IDIBINBBNOI
1919INDIAN BANKGUNTUR(GUNTUR BRANCH)IDIBINBBGTR
1920INDIAN BANKGURUGRAM(IMT MANESAR BRANCH)IDIBINBBIMT
1921INDIAN BANKGURUGRAM(SUSHANT LOK)IDIBINBBLOK
1922INDIAN BANKGUWAHATI(GUWUHATI BRANCH)IDIBINBBGOD
1923INDIAN BANKHOSUR(HOSUR)IDIBINBBHSR
1924INDIAN BANKHYDERABAD(HIMAYATNAGAR BRANCH, HYDERABAD)IDIBINBBHIM
1925INDIAN BANKHYDERABAD(HYDERABAD MAIN)IDIBINBBHYD
1926INDIAN BANKINDORE(INDORE BRANCH)IDIBINBBIDR
1927INDIAN BANKJAIPUR(JAIPUR)IDIBINBBJAI
1928INDIAN BANKKAKINADAKAKINADAIDIBINBBKKN
1929INDIAN BANKKANCHEEPURAM(IND MSME SRIPERUMBUDUR)IDIBINBBSRP
1930INDIAN BANKKOLKATA(STRAND ROAD BRANCH)IDIBINBBSTR
1931INDIAN BANKKOLLAM(KOLLAM BRANCH)IDIBINBBQLN
1932INDIAN BANKKRISHNAGIRI(KRISHNAGIRI)IDIBINBBKRG
1933INDIAN BANKLUDHIANA(LUDHIANA BRANCH)IDIBINBBLDN
1934INDIAN BANKMADURAI(MADURAI MAIN BRANCH)IDIBINBBMDM
1935INDIAN BANKMANDVI(MANDVI BRANCH)IDIBINBBMAN
1936INDIAN BANKMIRZAPUR(MIRZAPUR BRANCH)IDIBINBBMZR
1937INDIAN BANKMORBI(MORVI)IDIBINBBMOR
1938INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(BANDRA BRANCH)IDIBINBBBAN
1939INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(CORPORATE BRANCH MUMBAI)IDIBINBBCRM
1940INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH, MUMBAI)IDIBINBBIFM
1941INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(MUMBAI FORT BRANCH)IDIBINBBBFT
1942INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(NAPEAN SEA ROAD BRANCH)IDIBINBBNSR
1943INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(NARIMAN POINT BRANCH)IDIBINBBNPT
1944INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(OSHIWARA BRANCH)IDIBINBBOSH
1945INDIAN BANKMUMBAI(VILE PARLE BRANCH)IDIBINBBVPL
1946INDIAN BANKMUMBAICUFFEE PARADEIDIBINBB
1947INDIAN BANKMYSORE(MYSORE BRANCH)IDIBINBBMSR
1948INDIAN BANKNADIAD(NADIAD)IDIBINBBAND
1949INDIAN BANKNAMAKKAL(KAROL BAGH BRANCH)IDIBINBBKBG
1950INDIAN BANKPANIPAT(PANIPAT BRANCH)IDIBINBBPPT

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.