SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 42

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
2051INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKPONDICHERRY(PUDUCHERRY)IOBAINBB070
2052INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKPUNE(PUNE CANTONMENT INDIA)IOBAINBB722
2053INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKRAJKOT(AD BRANCH)IOBAINBB144
2054INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKRANCHI(RANCHI)IOBAINBB366
2055INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKSAHARANPUR(CHAKROTA ROAD)IOBAINBBA63
2056INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKSALEM(SALEM, TAMILNADU)IOBAINBB080
2057INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKSECUNDERABAD(SECUNDERABAD)IOBAINBB200
2058INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKSIVAKASI(SIVAKASI BRANCH)IOBAINBB085
2059INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKSURAT(SURAT)IOBAINBB112
2060INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKTHANE(THANE BRANCH)IOBAINBB089
2061INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKTHANJAVUR(KUMBAKONAM)IOBAINBB044
2062INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM(TRIVENDRUM, KERALA)IOBAINBB099
2063INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKTIRUPPUR(TIRUPPUR BRANCH)IOBAINBB095
2064INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKTIRUPPUR(VELAMPALAYAM)IOBAINBB241
2065INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKTRICHY(TIRUCHIRAPALLI)IOBAINBB092
2066INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKTUTICORIN(TUTICORIN, TAMILNADU)IOBAINBB100
2067INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKUDAIPUR(UDAIPUR)IOBAINBB645
2068INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKVADODARA (BARODA)(BARODA MAIN BRANCH)IOBAINBB105
2069INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKVARNASI(VARANASI BRANCH)IOBAINBB370
2070INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKVIJAYAWADA(RING ROAD, VIJAYAWADA)IOBAINBBA67
2071INDIAN OVERSEAS BANKVISAKHAPATNAMVISAKHAPATNAMIOBAINBB121
2072INDIANIVESH SECURITIES LIMITEDMUMBAIIDSUINB2
2073INDIANIVESH SHARES SECURITIES PRIVATE LIMITEDMUMBAIINHCINB2
2074INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABAD(AHMEDABAD, ASHRAM ROAD)INDBINBBAHA
2075INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDBANGALORE(BANGALORE, M.G. ROAD)INDBINBBBGM
2076INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDCHANDIGARH(CHANDIGARH, SECTOR 8)INDBINBBCHS
2077INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI(CHENNAI, NUNGAMBAKKAM)INDBINBBMAN
2078INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDCOIMBATORE(COIMBATORE BRANCH)INDBINBBCOA
2079INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDDELHI(NEW DELHI, BARAKHAMBA)INDBINBBNDH
2080INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDDELHI(NEW DELHI, NEHRU PLACE)INDBINBBDEN
2081INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDDELHI(PREET VIHAR - DELHI)INDBINBBDEP
2082INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDGAJUWAKAGAJUWAKAINDBINBBGAJ
2083INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDGANDHINAGAR(IFSC BANKING UNIT (IBU))INDBINBBGFT
2084INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDHYDERABAD(HYDERABAD, S.P. ROAD)INDBINBBHYB
2085INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDINDORE(INDORE, A.B. ROAD)INDBINBBINA
2086INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDJAIPURCHURCH ROAD, JAIPURINDBINBBJAC
2087INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDJODHPUR(JODHPUR BRANCH)INDBINBBJOS
2088INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDKANPUR(KANPUR BRANCH)INDBINBBKAS
2089INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDKOCHI(KOCHI)INDBINBBKOC
2090INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDKOCHI(KOKKANAD, KOCHI)INDBINBBKOK
2091INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDKOLKATA(CALCUTTA, PARK STREET)INDBINBBCAP
2092INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDLUCKNOW(LUCKNOW BRANCH)INDBINBBLUL
2093INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDLUDHIANA(LUDHIANA BRANCH)INDBINBBLUF
2094INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDMOHALIMOHALIINDBINBBMOH
2095INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIINDBINBBIPS
2096INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIINDBINBI
2097INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(ANDHERI BRANCH)INDBINBBBOA
2098INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(CENTRALISED OPERATIONS)INDBINBBCPC
2099INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(MUMBAI 400 004)INDBINBBFIG
2100INDUSIND BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI(MUMBAI, BANDRA S.V. ROAD)INDBINBBBAS

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.