India Bank SWIFT Code - Page 63

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in India. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.


NoBankCityBranchSwift Code
3101STATE BANK OF INDIAPONDICHERRYPONDICHERRYSBININBB228
3102STATE BANK OF INDIAPORBANDAR(MANEK CHOWK, PORBANDAR BRANCH)SBININBB630
3103STATE BANK OF INDIAPORBANDAR(SPL NRI BRANCH)SBININBB729
3104STATE BANK OF INDIAPORT BLAIR(PORT BLAIR)SBININBB342
3105STATE BANK OF INDIAPUNE(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, PUNE)SBININBB249
3106STATE BANK OF INDIAPUNE(DECCAN GYMKHANA)SBININBB218
3107STATE BANK OF INDIAPUNE(IFB PIMPRI BRANCH)SBININBB200
3108STATE BANK OF INDIAPUNE(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH)SBININBB152
3109STATE BANK OF INDIAPUNE(NRI BRANCH,KOREGAON PARK)SBININBB733
3110STATE BANK OF INDIAPUNE(PUNE MAIN BRANCH)SBININBB238
3111STATE BANK OF INDIAPUNE(STATE BANK OF INDIA)SBININBB884
3112STATE BANK OF INDIAPUNETRADE FINANCE CENTRALIZED PROCESSING CENTRESBININBB600
3113STATE BANK OF INDIARAIGARH(RAIGARH BRANCH)SBININBB585
3114STATE BANK OF INDIARAIPUR(SME RAIPUR)SBININBB646
3115STATE BANK OF INDIARAIPURSPECIALISED GOVT. BUSINESS BRANCH (RAIPUR)SBININBB193
3116STATE BANK OF INDIARAJAHMUNDRY(AP PAPER MILLS,APP MILLS CAMPUS)SBININBB318
3117STATE BANK OF INDIARAJAHMUNDRY(SME RAJAHMUNDRY)SBININBB811
3118STATE BANK OF INDIARAJKOT(DHEBAR ROAD, RAJKOT)SBININBB631
3119STATE BANK OF INDIARAJKOT(SCB,RAJKOT)SBININBB408
3120STATE BANK OF INDIARAJKOT(SPL NRI BRANCH,RAJKOT)SBININBB748
3121STATE BANK OF INDIARANCHI(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, RANCHI)SBININBB387
3122STATE BANK OF INDIARANIPET(BHEL PROJECT,MUKUNDARAYAPURAM)SBININBB450
3123STATE BANK OF INDIAREWARIREWARI BRANCHSBININBBJ34
3124STATE BANK OF INDIARISHIKESH(RISHIKESH)SBININBB558
3125STATE BANK OF INDIAROURKELA(COMMERCIAL BRANCH)SBININBB137
3126STATE BANK OF INDIARUDRAPUR(SME RUDRAPUR BRANCH)SBININBB790
3127STATE BANK OF INDIASAHARANPUR(RAILWAY ROAD,SAHARANPUR)SBININBB557
3128STATE BANK OF INDIASALEM(COMMERCIAL BRANCH SALEM)SBININBB848
3129STATE BANK OF INDIASALEM(SALEM STEEL PLANT CAMPUS BRANCH)SBININBB300
3130STATE BANK OF INDIASALEM(SALEM)SBININBB459
3131STATE BANK OF INDIASAMBALPUR(COMMERCIAL BR. SAMBALPUR)SBININBB272
3132STATE BANK OF INDIASANGAREDDY(EDDUMAILARAM ORDNANCE)SBININBB878
3133STATE BANK OF INDIASANGLI(SANGLI INDUSTRIAL ESTATE)SBININBB535
3134STATE BANK OF INDIASANGRUR(NEW DELHI CIRCLE)SBININBBP24
3135STATE BANK OF INDIASATNA(COMMERCIAL BRANCH)SBININBB241
3136STATE BANK OF INDIASECUNDERABAD(NEW DELHI CIRCLE)SBININBBH66
3137STATE BANK OF INDIASECUNDERABAD(NRI BRANCH,SECUNDERABAD)SBININBB723
3138STATE BANK OF INDIASECUNDERABAD(SAMB SECUNDERABAD)SBININBB866
3139STATE BANK OF INDIASECUNDERABAD(SECUNDERABAD)SBININBB321
3140STATE BANK OF INDIASECUNDERABAD(TRADE FINANCE CENTRAL PROCESSING CENTER HYDERABAD)SBININBB602
3141STATE BANK OF INDIASHILLONG(SHILLONG)SBININBB303
3142STATE BANK OF INDIASHIMOGA(B H ROAD SHIMOGA)SBININBB861
3143STATE BANK OF INDIASIBSAGAR(ONGC BRANCH, SIBSAGAR)SBININBB251
3144STATE BANK OF INDIASIDHPURSIDHPURSBININBB419
3145STATE BANK OF INDIASILIGURI(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, SILIGURI)SBININBB335
3146STATE BANK OF INDIASIMLA(SIMLA)SBININBB288
3147STATE BANK OF INDIASIVAKASI(SME SIVAKASI)SBININBB844
3148STATE BANK OF INDIASOLAN(SSI BADDI)SBININBB594
3149STATE BANK OF INDIASOLAPUR(SOLAPUR)SBININBB539
3150STATE BANK OF INDIASRIHARIKOTA(SRIHARIKOTA)SBININBB323

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Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them.

The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The registrations of Swift Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

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