SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 60

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
2951STATE BANK OF INDIAKOZHIKODE(MUMBAI CIRCLE)SBININBBT44
2952STATE BANK OF INDIAKOZHIKODEKOZHIKODE MAINSBININBBT23
2953STATE BANK OF INDIAKURUKSHETRA(NEW DELHI CIRCLE)SBININBBP33
2954STATE BANK OF INDIALEH(LEH)SBININBB280
2955STATE BANK OF INDIALUCKNOW(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, LUCKNOW)SBININBB345
2956STATE BANK OF INDIALUCKNOW(HAL INDIRA NAGAR LUCKNOW)SBININBB854
2957STATE BANK OF INDIALUCKNOW(MAIN BRANCH)SBININBB157
2958STATE BANK OF INDIALUCKNOW(SGPGI,LUCKNOW)SBININBB500
2959STATE BANK OF INDIALUCKNOW(SPECIALISED NRI BRANCH)SBININBB763
2960STATE BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(CHANDIGARH CIRCLE)SBININBBP10
2961STATE BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(CIVIL LINES LUDHIANA)SBININBB276
2962STATE BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH ,LUDHIANA)SBININBB121
2963STATE BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(MILLERGANJ LUDHIANA)SBININBB281
2964STATE BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(OVERSEAS BRANCH)SBININBB163
2965STATE BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(SCB FOCAL POINT,LUDHIANA)SBININBB434
2966STATE BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(SCB, CIVIL LINES LUDHIANA)SBININBB217
2967STATE BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(SPECIAL HOSIERY BR. SUNDARNAGAR)SBININBB289
2968STATE BANK OF INDIALUDHIANA(TFCPC, LUDHIANA)SBININBB597
2969STATE BANK OF INDIAMADURAI(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH, MADURAI)SBININBB212
2970STATE BANK OF INDIAMADURAI(MADURAI)SBININBB454
2971STATE BANK OF INDIAMAHUVA(DARBARGARH BRANCH)SBININBB663
2972STATE BANK OF INDIAMANDI GOBINDGARH(MANDI GOBINDGARH)SBININBB576
2973STATE BANK OF INDIAMANGALORE(MANGALORE BRANCH)SBININBB146
2974STATE BANK OF INDIAMANGALORE(SME MANGALORE BRANCH)SBININBB265
2975STATE BANK OF INDIAMANIPAL(MANIPAL BRANCH)SBININBB770
2976STATE BANK OF INDIAMARGAO(NRI BRANCH MARGAO)SBININBB784
2977STATE BANK OF INDIAMASULIPATNAM(MASULIPATNAM)SBININBB313
2978STATE BANK OF INDIAMATHURAMATHURA MAINSBININBB556
2979STATE BANK OF INDIAMAVELIKKARA(KERALA CIRCLE)SBININBBT12
2980STATE BANK OF INDIAMEERUT(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, MEERUT)SBININBB377
2981STATE BANK OF INDIAMEERUT(STATE BANK OF INDIA)SBININBB883
2982STATE BANK OF INDIAMEHSANA(HIGHWAY ROAD BRANCH,MEHSANA)SBININBB746
2983STATE BANK OF INDIAMIRZAPUR(MIRZAPUR)SBININBB859
2984STATE BANK OF INDIAMOHALI(SSI BRANCH, MOHALI)SBININBB675
2985STATE BANK OF INDIAMORADABAD(OVERSEAS BRANCH, MORADABAD CIVIL LINES, MORADABAD)SBININBB167
2986STATE BANK OF INDIAMORBI(LALPAR, MORVI BRANCH)SBININBB810
2987STATE BANK OF INDIAMORBI(SME MORVI)SBININBB853
2988STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAISBININBI
2989STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(ANDHERI (WEST), MUMBAI)SBININBB354
2990STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(BACKBAY RECLAMATION BRANCH)SBININBB107
2991STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(BARC,MUMBAI)SBININBB508
2992STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(BORIVLI EAST, MUMBAI)SBININBB510
2993STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(BULLION BRANCH)SBININBB648
2994STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(CAG-SBICSPL, MUMBAI)SBININBB658
2995STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(CHEMBUR RNW,MUMBAI)SBININBB514
2996STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(CHURCHGATE BRANCH, MUMBAI)SBININBB196
2997STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(CMP CENTRE)SBININBB688
2998STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(COMMERCIAL BRANCH)SBININBB101
2999STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, DADAR)SBININBB355
3000STATE BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, VILE PARLE (EAST))SBININBB356

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.