India Bank SWIFT Code - Page 67

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
3301SYNDICATE BANKMADURAI(MADURAI, UDYAMI MITRA BRANCH)SYNBINBB503
3302SYNDICATE BANKMANGALORE(FXPC BRANCH)SYNBINBB121
3303SYNDICATE BANKMANGALORE(HAMPAN KATTA BRANCH)SYNBINBB008
3304SYNDICATE BANKMANIPAL(MANIPAL BRANCH)SYNBINBB014
3305SYNDICATE BANKMARGAO(MARGAO BRANCH)SYNBINBB013
3306SYNDICATE BANKMATHURA(MAHOLI ROAD BRANCH)SYNBINBB755
3307SYNDICATE BANKMEERUT(S M E BRANCH)SYNBINBB185
3308SYNDICATE BANKMORADABAD(MID CORPORATE MORADABAD)SYNBINBBAV9
3309SYNDICATE BANKMORADABAD(MORADABAD BRANCH)SYNBINBB011
3310SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(ANDHERI EADT BRANCH)SYNBINBB020
3311SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(BACKBAY RECL. BRANCH)SYNBINBB174
3312SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(COLABA BRANCH)SYNBINBB034
3313SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(DANABUNDER BRANCH)SYNBINBB002
3314SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(FORT BRANCH)SYNBINBB025
3315SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(FXPC BRANCH)SYNBINBB124
3316SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(HOMJI STREET BRANCH)SYNBINBB001
3317SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH)SYNBINBB154
3318SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(MAROL BRANCH)SYNBINBB166
3319SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(MID CORPORATE BRANCH MUMBAI)SYNBINBBAS2
3320SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(NARIMAN POINT BRANCH)SYNBINBB018
3321SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(NEW MARINE LINES BRANCH)SYNBINBB040
3322SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(PALI HILL BRANCH)SYNBINBB183
3323SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAI(PRABHADEVI)SYNBINBB038
3324SYNDICATE BANKMUMBAICUFE PARADE MUMBAISYNBINBB
3325SYNDICATE BANKMYSORE(K.R. CIRCLE BRANCH)SYNBINBB087
3326SYNDICATE BANKNEW DELHI(EAST PATEL NAGAR BRANCH)SYNBINBB042
3327SYNDICATE BANKNEW DELHI(INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS BRANCH)SYNBINBB009
3328SYNDICATE BANKNEW DELHI(KIRTI NAGAR BRANCH)SYNBINBB033
3329SYNDICATE BANKNEW DELHI(MAYAPURI BRANCH)SYNBINBB152
3330SYNDICATE BANKNEW DELHI(PUSA CAMPUS BRANCH)SYNBINBB019
3331SYNDICATE BANKNEW DELHI(VASANT VIHAR BRANCH)SYNBINBB138
3332SYNDICATE BANKNOIDA(SEC 63 NOIDA)SYNBINBBS83
3333SYNDICATE BANKNOIDA(SSI BRANCH)SYNBINBB163
3334SYNDICATE BANKONGOLE(SME ONGOLE)SYNBINBBG64
3335SYNDICATE BANKPANAJI(PANAJI BRANCH)SYNBINBB010
3336SYNDICATE BANKPANIPAT(8205 PANIPAT)SYNBINBB559
3337SYNDICATE BANKPUNE(CHINCHWAD MSME BRANCH)SYNBINBB523
3338SYNDICATE BANKPUNE(PUNE CAMP BRANCH)SYNBINBB044
3339SYNDICATE BANKSAHIBABAD(SAHIBABAD BRANCH)SYNBINBB161
3340SYNDICATE BANKSECUNDERABAD(SECUNDERABAD BRANCH)SYNBINBB175
3341SYNDICATE BANKSELAM(FAIRLANDS)SYNBINBBAM3
3342SYNDICATE BANKSELAM(SELAM GUGAI BRANCH)SYNBINBB181
3343SYNDICATE BANKSHILLONG(SHILLONG)SYNBINBB165
3344SYNDICATE BANKSINGARAYAKONDA(SINGARAYKONDA BRANCH)SYNBINBBA74
3345SYNDICATE BANKSURAT(SURAT BRANCH)SYNBINBB036
3346SYNDICATE BANKTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM(THIRUVANANTHAPURAM BRANCH)SYNBINBB024
3347SYNDICATE BANKTIRUPPUR(TIRUPPUR BRANCH)SYNBINBB147
3348SYNDICATE BANKTUTICORIN(TUTICORIN BRANCH)SYNBINBB029
3349SYNDICATE BANKUDAIPUR(UDAIPUR)SYNBINBB304
3350SYNDICATE BANKUDUPI(KUNDAPUR MAIN)SYNBINBB739

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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