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 BANKMUMBAICUFFEE PARADEIDIBINBB
1902INDIAN BANKMYSORE(MYSORE BRANCH)IDIBINBBMSR
1903INDIAN BANKNADIAD(NADIAD)IDIBINBBAND
1904INDIAN BANKNAMAKKAL(KAROL BAGH BRANCH)IDIBINBBKBG
1905INDIAN BANKPANIPAT(PANIPAT BRANCH)IDIBINBBPPT
1906INDIAN BANKPONDICHERRY(PONDICHERRY MAIN BRANCH)IDIBINBBPON
1907INDIAN BANKPUNE(DECCAN GYMKHANA BRANCH)IDIBINBBGYM
1908INDIAN BANKPUNE(NANAPETH BRANCH)IDIBINBBNNP
1909INDIAN BANKPUNE(PUNE CANTONMENT BRANCH)IDIBINBBPCT
1910INDIAN BANKRAJAHMUNDRYRAJAMUNDRYIDIBINBBRJM
1911INDIAN BANKSALEM(SALEM MAIN BRANCH)IDIBINBBSLM
1912INDIAN BANKSURAT(IND MSME SURAT)IDIBINBBSRT
1913INDIAN BANKTHANJAVUR(THANJAVUR MAIN)IDIBINBBTJM
1914INDIAN BANKTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM(THIRUVANANTHAPURAM BRANCH)IDIBINBBUPT
1915INDIAN BANKTIRUNELVELI(TIRUNELVELI JUNCTION)IDIBINBBTJN
1916INDIAN BANKTIRUPPUR(TIRUPPUR BRANCH)IDIBINBBTPR
1917INDIAN BANKTRICHY(TRICHY MAIN BRANCH)IDIBINBBTCM
1918INDIAN BANKTUTICORIN(TUTICORIN BRANCH)IDIBINBBTUT
1919INDIAN BANKVADODARA (BARODA)(BARODA BRANCH)IDIBINBBBAR
1920INDIAN BANKVELLORE(VELLORE MAIN BRANCH)IDIBINBBBLR
1921INDIAN BANKVELLORE(VIT VELLORE)IDIBINBBVIT
1922INDIAN BANKVIJAYAWADA(SURYARAOPET)IDIBINBBSUR
1923INDIAN BANKVIRAVANALLUR(VIRAVANALLUR BRANCH)IDIBINBBVRV
1924INDIAN BANKVIRUDUNAGAR(VIRUDUNAGAR BRANCH)IDIBINBBVRD
1925INDIAN BANKVISAKHAPATNAM(VISAKHAPATNAM BRANCH)IDIBINBBVSK
1926INDIAN CLEARING CORPORATION LIMITEDMUMBAIIDCCINBI
1927INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKAGRA(AGRA BRANCH)IOBAINBB266
1928INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKAHMEDABAD(ASHRAM ROAD BRANCH)IOBAINBB353
1929INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKALAPUZHA(ALAPUZHA BRANCH)IOBAINBB004
1930INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKAMRITSARRANJIT AVENUEIOBAINBBF45
1931INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKAURANGABAD(AD BRANACH)IOBAINBB709
1932INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKBANGALORE(RESIDENCY ROAD, BANGALORE)IOBAINBB268
1933INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKBANGALORECANTONMENTIOBAINBB011
1934INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKBHAVNAGAR(BHAVNAGAR BRANCH)IOBAINBB169
1935INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKBHILWARA(BHILWARA)IOBAINBBE87
1936INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKBHOPAL(BHOPAL)IOBAINBB639
1937INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKBHUBANESHWAR(BHUBANESHWAR BRANCH)IOBAINBB159
1938INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHANDIGARH(CHANDIGARH)IOBAINBB284
1939INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAIIOBAINBB001
1940INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(ALLAHABAD)IOBAINBB350
1941INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(AUTHORISED DEALER)IOBAINBBT24
1942INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(AUTHORISED DEALER)IOBAINBBK51
1943INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(AUTHORISED DEALER)IOBAINBBR39
1944INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(CATHEDRAL BRANCH)IOBAINBB109
1945INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(CFEPC, CHENNAI)IOBAINBBCFC
1946INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT BRANCH)IOBAINBBA46
1947INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(ESPLANADE BRANCH)IOBAINBB048
1948INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(INDRA NAGAR)IOBAINBB876
1949INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(MARAIMALAI NAGAR)IOBAINBB761
1950INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(MUTHIALPET)IOBAINBB305

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.