India Bank SWIFT Code - Page 65

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.


IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
3201STATE BANK OF INDIAVAPISPECIALISED COMM.BRANCH VAPI(11029)SBININBB652
3202STATE BANK OF INDIAVARANASI(OVERSEAS BRANCH)SBININBB125
3203STATE BANK OF INDIAVIJAYAWADA(HYDERABAD CIRCLE)SBININBBH13
3204STATE BANK OF INDIAVIJAYAWADA(NRI BRANCH,VIJAYWADA)SBININBB719
3205STATE BANK OF INDIAVIJAYAWADA(PATAMATA VIJAYAWADA)SBININBB317
3206STATE BANK OF INDIAVIJAYAWADA(SPECIALISED MID CORPORATE BRANCH, VIJAYAWADA )SBININBB797
3207STATE BANK OF INDIAVIJAYPUR(GAIL COMPLEX BRANCH)SBININBB584
3208STATE BANK OF INDIAVIRUDHUNAGAR(COMMERCIAL BRANCH, RAJAPALAYAM)SBININBB295
3209STATE BANK OF INDIAVIRUDUNAGAR(SME VIRUDHUNAGAR)SBININBB472
3210STATE BANK OF INDIAVISAKHAPATNAM(COMMERCIAL BRANCH)SBININBB745
3211STATE BANK OF INDIAVISAKHAPATNAM(NRI BRANCH)SBININBB726
3212STATE BANK OF INDIAVISAKHAPATNAM(OVERSEAS BRANCH)SBININBB123
3213STATE BANK OF INDIAVISAKHAPATNAM(STEEL PROJECT BRANCH)SBININBB145
3214STATE BANK OF INDIAVISAKHAPATNAM(VISAKHAPATNAM)SBININBB326
3215STATE BANK OF INDIAWALAJAPET(COMMERCIAL BRANCH)SBININBB226
3216STATE BANK OF INDIAWARANGAL(HYDERABAD CIRCLE)SBININBBH14
3217STATE BANK OF INDIAYAMUNA NAGAR(YAMUNA NAGAR)SBININBB437
3218STOCK HOLDING CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITEDMUMBAISHCIINBI
3219SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATION NEW DELHI BRANCHNEW DELHIRTGS-HOSMBCINDD
3220SVC CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITEDBANGALORE(CHAMRAJPET BRANCH)SVCBINBBBLR
3221SVC CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITEDDELHI(EAST PATEL NAGAR)SVCBINBBDEL
3222SVC CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITEDMUMBAICUFFE PARADESVCBINBB
3223SVC CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITEDPUNE(DECCAN GYMKHANA)SVCBINBBPUN
3224SWIFT S.C.R.LMUMBAISWHTIN4K
3225SYNDICATE BANKAGRA(AGRA BRANCH)SYNBINBB157
3226SYNDICATE BANKAHMEDABAD(AHMEDABAD BRANCH)SYNBINBB023
3227SYNDICATE BANKAHMEDABAD(MID CORPORATE AHMEDABAD)SYNBINBBAR8
3228SYNDICATE BANKAHMEDABAD(MORVI BRANCH)SYNBINBBB36
3229SYNDICATE BANKAHMEDABAD(NAVRANGPURA)SYNBINBB309
3230SYNDICATE BANKALAPUZHA(ALAPUZHA BRANCH)SYNBINBB170
3231SYNDICATE BANKAURANGABAD(AURANGABAD)SYNBINBB718
3232SYNDICATE BANKBANGALORE(FXPC BRANCH)SYNBINBB118
3233SYNDICATE BANKBANGALORE(GHANDHI NAGAR BRANCH)SYNBINBB003
3234SYNDICATE BANKBANGALORE(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH)SYNBINBB164
3235SYNDICATE BANKBANGALORE(JAYANAGAR BRANCH)SYNBINBB313
3236SYNDICATE BANKBANGALORE(KORAMANGALA BRANCH)SYNBINBB327
3237SYNDICATE BANKBANGALORE(MALLESWARAM BRANCH)SYNBINBB085
3238SYNDICATE BANKBANGALORE(MILLERS ROAD BRANCH)SYNBINBB169
3239SYNDICATE BANKBANGALORE(RAJAJINAGAR)SYNBINBB316
3240SYNDICATE BANKBANGALORE(SHOOLEY BRANCH)SYNBINBB077
3241SYNDICATE BANKBELGAUM(BELGAUM BRANCH)SYNBINBB155
3242SYNDICATE BANKBHATKAL(BHATKAL BRANCH)SYNBINBBH41
3243SYNDICATE BANKBHILWARABHILWARASYNBINBBP96
3244SYNDICATE BANKBHIMAVARAM(BHIMAVARAM)SYNBINBB855
3245SYNDICATE BANKBHUBANESHWAR(BHUBANESHWAR BRANCH)SYNBINBB143
3246SYNDICATE BANKCHANDIGARH(CHANDIGARH)SYNBINBB061
3247SYNDICATE BANKCHENNAI(ARMENIAN STREET BRANCH)SYNBINBB007
3248SYNDICATE BANKCHENNAI(MOUNT ROAD BRANCH)SYNBINBB031
3249SYNDICATE BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(CORPORATE FINANCE BRANCH)SYNBINBB177
3250SYNDICATE BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(OVERSEAS BRANCH)SYNBINBB151

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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