SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 59

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
2901STATE BANK OF INDIAJAIPUR(COMMERCIAL BRANCH)SBININBB235
2902STATE BANK OF INDIAJAIPUR(JAIPUR BRANCH)SBININBB154
2903STATE BANK OF INDIAJAIPUR(NEW DELHI CIRCLE)SBININBBJ05
2904STATE BANK OF INDIAJAIPUR(NEW DELHI CIRCLE)SBININBBJ26
2905STATE BANK OF INDIAJAIPUR(NEW DELHI CIRCLE)SBININBBJ44
2906STATE BANK OF INDIAJAIPUR(NEW DELHI CIRCLE)SBININBBJ58
2907STATE BANK OF INDIAJAIPUR(NEW DELHI CIRCLE)SBININBBJ65
2908STATE BANK OF INDIAJAIPUR(SME BRANCH JAIPUR SOUTH)SBININBB851
2909STATE BANK OF INDIAJAIPUR(SPECIALISED NRI BRANCH JAIPUR)SBININBB765
2910STATE BANK OF INDIAJAIPURCOMMERCIAL BRANCH JAIPURSBININBBJ53
2911STATE BANK OF INDIAJAIPURINTERNATIONAL BANKING BRANCH, JAIPURSBININBBJ45
2912STATE BANK OF INDIAJALANDHAR(BASTI SHEIKH,JALANDHAR)SBININBB440
2913STATE BANK OF INDIAJALANDHAR(JALANDHAR)SBININBB279
2914STATE BANK OF INDIAJALANDHAR(SCB, INDUSTRIAL AREA JALANDHAR)SBININBB287
2915STATE BANK OF INDIAJALANDHAR(SPECIAL COMMERCIAL BRANCH JULLANDHAR)SBININBB186
2916STATE BANK OF INDIAJALGAON(MIDC, JALGAON)SBININBB237
2917STATE BANK OF INDIAJAMMU(JAMMU BRANCH)SBININBB242
2918STATE BANK OF INDIAJAMNAGAR(JAMNAGAR(D.P.))SBININBB623
2919STATE BANK OF INDIAJAMSHEDPUR(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, JAMSHEDPUR)SBININBB386
2920STATE BANK OF INDIAJAMSHEDPUR(SME ADITYAPUR)SBININBB761
2921STATE BANK OF INDIAJODHPUR(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, JODHPUR)SBININBB376
2922STATE BANK OF INDIAJODHPUR(NEW DELHI CIRCLE)SBININBBJ09
2923STATE BANK OF INDIAJODHPUR(NEW DELHI CIRCLE)SBININBBJ59
2924STATE BANK OF INDIAJODHPURJODHPUR BHAGAT KI KOTHI BRANCHSBININBBJ27
2925STATE BANK OF INDIAJOKA(IIM BRANCH)SBININBB645
2926STATE BANK OF INDIAJUNAGADH(CIRCLE CHOWK, JUNAGADH)SBININBB624
2927STATE BANK OF INDIAJUNAGADH(SATTA BAZAR, VERAVAL)SBININBB635
2928STATE BANK OF INDIAKACHCHH(NRI BRANCH,BHUJ)SBININBB418
2929STATE BANK OF INDIAKALA AMB(KALA AMB BRANCH)SBININBB677
2930STATE BANK OF INDIAKANCHEEPURAM(MEENAMBAKKAM AIRPORT BRANCH)SBININBB298
2931STATE BANK OF INDIAKANNURKANNUR BRANCHSBININBB393
2932STATE BANK OF INDIAKANPUR(BIRHANA ROAD BRANCH)SBININBB778
2933STATE BANK OF INDIAKANPUR(IIT,KANPUR)SBININBB499
2934STATE BANK OF INDIAKANPUR(INDUSTRIAL ESTATE,KANPUR)SBININBB504
2935STATE BANK OF INDIAKANPUR(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH)SBININBB158
2936STATE BANK OF INDIAKANPUR(MAIN BRANCH)SBININBB124
2937STATE BANK OF INDIAKANPUR(OVERSEAS BRANCH)SBININBB173
2938STATE BANK OF INDIAKANPUR(SME CO-OP INDUSTRIAL EASTATE BRANCH KANPUR)SBININBB806
2939STATE BANK OF INDIAKANPUR(TRADE FINANCE CENTRAL PROCESSING CELL)SBININBB591
2940STATE BANK OF INDIAKANPURJAJMAU KANPURSBININBB182
2941STATE BANK OF INDIAKANPURSPECIALISED NRI BRANCH, KANPURSBININBB764
2942STATE BANK OF INDIAKARIMGANJ(KARIMGANJ)SBININBB481
2943STATE BANK OF INDIAKARNAL(SPECIAL COMMERCIAL BRANCH (SCB))SBININBB187
2944STATE BANK OF INDIAKARUR(SIRUTHIZHIL BRANCH,KARUR)SBININBB460
2945STATE BANK OF INDIAKASHIPUR(STATE BANK OF INDIA)SBININBB893
2946STATE BANK OF INDIAKHARAGPUR(KHARAGPUR)SBININBB339
2947STATE BANK OF INDIAKOCHI(COCHIN SHIPYARD)SBININBB399
2948STATE BANK OF INDIAKOCHI(NRI BRANCH,KOCHI)SBININBB402
2949STATE BANK OF INDIAKOHIMA(KOHIMA)SBININBB482
2950STATE BANK OF INDIAKOLHAPUR(UDYAMNAGAR INDUSTRIAL AREA)SBININBB369

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.