SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 57

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
2801STATE BANK OF INDIADELHICOMMERCIAL BRANCH, NEHRU PLACE, NEW DELHISBININBB191
2802STATE BANK OF INDIADELHIDELHI UNIVERSITY BRANCHSBININBB544
2803STATE BANK OF INDIADELHINEW DELHI MAIN BRANCHSBININBB104
2804STATE BANK OF INDIADEWAS(IFB,DEWAS(ERSTWHILE SB INDORE))SBININBB694
2805STATE BANK OF INDIADHANBAD(SPECIALISED COMMERCIAL BRANCH)SBININBB668
2806STATE BANK OF INDIADHARAMSHALA(DHARAMSHALA)SBININBB277
2807STATE BANK OF INDIADHULE(SME DHULE BRANCH)SBININBB786
2808STATE BANK OF INDIADIBRUGARH(DULIAJAN)SBININBB479
2809STATE BANK OF INDIADINDIGUL(SME DINDIGUL BRANCH)SBININBB452
2810STATE BANK OF INDIADIU(DIU)SBININBB621
2811STATE BANK OF INDIADURGAPUR(DURGAPUR)SBININBB337
2812STATE BANK OF INDIADURGAPUR(SME BRANCH)SBININBB730
2813STATE BANK OF INDIAELURU(ELURU)SBININBB311
2814STATE BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, ERNAKULAM)SBININBB245
2815STATE BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(ERNAKULAM)SBININBB395
2816STATE BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(EXPORT PROCES.ZONE, COCHIN)SBININBB394
2817STATE BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(KERALA CIRCLE)SBININBBT15
2818STATE BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(KERALA CIRCLE)SBININBBT17
2819STATE BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(KERALA CIRCLE)SBININBBT25
2820STATE BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(KOLKATA CIRCLE)SBININBBT29
2821STATE BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(SME ERNAKULAM)SBININBB877
2822STATE BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(STATE BANK OF INDIA)SBININBB890
2823STATE BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAM(TRADE FINANCE CENTRAL PROCESSING CENTRE)SBININBB601
2824STATE BANK OF INDIAERNAKULAMERNAKULAMM.G.ROADSBININBBT16
2825STATE BANK OF INDIAERODE(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, ERODE)SBININBB244
2826STATE BANK OF INDIAERODE(SSI,BHAVANI,ERODE)SBININBB461
2827STATE BANK OF INDIAFARIDABAD(NEW DELHI CIRCLE)SBININBBP28
2828STATE BANK OF INDIAFARIDABAD(SIB, FARIDABAD)SBININBB383
2829STATE BANK OF INDIAGANDHIDHAM(BHAI PRATAP CIRCLE,GANDHIDHAM)SBININBB622
2830STATE BANK OF INDIAGANDHINAGARSBININBC
2831STATE BANK OF INDIAGANDHINAGAR(GANDHINAGAR MAIN BRANCH)SBININBB255
2832STATE BANK OF INDIAGANDHINAGAR(IFSC BANKING UNIT)SBININBB834
2833STATE BANK OF INDIAGANGTOK(GANGTOK)SBININBB338
2834STATE BANK OF INDIAGANJAM(SME BRANCH, BERHAMPUR INDUSTRIAL ESTATE)SBININBB839
2835STATE BANK OF INDIAGHAZIABAD(SIB,GHAZIABAD)SBININBB555
2836STATE BANK OF INDIAGIRIDIH(GIRIDIH BAZAR BRANCH,GIRIDIH)SBININBB385
2837STATE BANK OF INDIAGOA(COMMERCIAL BRANCH)SBININBB229
2838STATE BANK OF INDIAGOA(MARGAO,GOA)SBININBB525
2839STATE BANK OF INDIAGONDIA(GONDIA BRANCH)SBININBB595
2840STATE BANK OF INDIAGORAKHPUR(GORAKHPUR)SBININBB497
2841STATE BANK OF INDIAGUINDY(COMMERCIAL BRANCH)SBININBB227
2842STATE BANK OF INDIAGULBARGA(CHENNAI CIRCLE)SBININBBH16
2843STATE BANK OF INDIAGUNTUR(GUNTUR BRANCH)SBININBB181
2844STATE BANK OF INDIAGUNTUR(SPECIALISED COMMERCIAL BRANCH, GUNTUR)SBININBB679
2845STATE BANK OF INDIAGURUGRAM(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, GURGAON)SBININBB375
2846STATE BANK OF INDIAGURUGRAM(SPECIALISED NRI BRANCH, GURGAON)SBININBB771
2847STATE BANK OF INDIAGURUGRAM(SPL. HOUSING FINANCE BRANCH,GURGAON)SBININBB738
2848STATE BANK OF INDIAGUWAHATI(GUWAHATI COMMERCIAL BRANCH)SBININBB583
2849STATE BANK OF INDIAGUWAHATI(MAIN BRANCH)SBININBB159
2850STATE BANK OF INDIAGWALIOR(COMMERCIAL BRANCH)SBININBB178

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.

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