India Bank SWIFT Code - Page 71

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
3501UCO BANKLUDHIANA(LUDHIANA CIVIL LINES BRANCH)UCBAINBB216
3502UCO BANKMANGALORE(MANGALORE)UCBAINBBMAN
3503UCO BANKMORADABAD(CIVIL LINES MORADABAD)UCBAINBB240
3504UCO BANKMORADABADMORADABAD MAINUCBAINBB218
3505UCO BANKMUMBAI(CHURCHGATE BRANCH)UCBAINBB016
3506UCO BANKMUMBAI(D N ROAD BRANCH)UCBAINBB004
3507UCO BANKMUMBAI(MCU ANDHERI WEST MUMBAI)UCBAINBBAND
3508UCO BANKMUMBAI(NARIMAN POINT BRANCH)UCBAINBB002
3509UCO BANKMUMBAI(SANTACRUZ BRANCH)UCBAINBB018
3510UCO BANKMUMBAI(TREASURY)UCBAINBB001
3511UCO BANKMUMBAI(WORLI BRANCH)UCBAINBB014
3512UCO BANKMUMBAINARIMANUCBAINBB
3513UCO BANKNAGPUR(MCU NAGPUR)UCBAINBBNAG
3514UCO BANKNAGPUR(SITABULDI NAGPUR)UCBAINBB028
3515UCO BANKNAVSARI(NAVSARI)UCBAINBBNAV
3516UCO BANKPANAJI(PANAJI GOA)UCBAINBBPNJ
3517UCO BANKPANIPAT(PANIPAT)UCBAINBBPAN
3518UCO BANKPHAGWARA(PHAGWARA BRANCH)UCBAINBB236
3519UCO BANKPONDICHERRY(PONDICHERRY BRANCH)UCBAINBB334
3520UCO BANKPORBANDAR(PORBANDAR)UCBAINBBPOR
3521UCO BANKPUNE(PIMPRI, PUNE)UCBAINBB024
3522UCO BANKRAIPURUCBAINBB022
3523UCO BANKRAIPUR(RAIPUR MAIN BRANCH)UCBAINBBRAI
3524UCO BANKSECUNDERABAD(M G ROAD - SECUNDERABAD)UCBAINBB338
3525UCO BANKSHILLONG(SHILLONG BRANCH)UCBAINBB124
3526UCO BANKSURAT(MCU SURAT)UCBAINBBMSU
3527UCO BANKVADODARA (BARODA)(DANDIA BAZAR)UCBAINBB030
3528UCO BANKVISAKHAPATNAM(VISAKHAPATNAM BRANCH)UCBAINBB324
3529UNION BANK OF INDIAAGRA(AGRA (MAIN) BRANCH)UBININBBDBA
3530UNION BANK OF INDIAAHMEDABAD(ELLISBRIDGE BR)UBININBBELB
3531UNION BANK OF INDIAAHMEDABAD(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH, AHMEDABAD)UBININBBIFA
3532UNION BANK OF INDIAALAPUZHA(ALLAPPUZHA BRANCH)UBININBBALP
3533UNION BANK OF INDIAAMRITSAR(RANJITH AVENUE AMRITSAR)UBININBBRAA
3534UNION BANK OF INDIAAURAI(AURAI BRANCH)UBININBBARI
3535UNION BANK OF INDIAAURANGABAD(AURANGABAD MAIN BRANCH)UBININBBAUR
3536UNION BANK OF INDIABANGALORE(CANTONMENT BRANCH)UBININBBCTB
3537UNION BANK OF INDIABANGALORE(GANDHINAGAR, BANGALORE)UBININBBGNB
3538UNION BANK OF INDIABANGALORE(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH, KASTURBA ROAD)UBININBBIBB
3539UNION BANK OF INDIABHADOHI(BHADOHI BRANCH)UBININBBBHD
3540UNION BANK OF INDIABHOPAL(MALVIYA NAGAR BRANCH)UBININBBMLV
3541UNION BANK OF INDIABHUBANESHWAR(BHUBANESHWAR MAIN BRANCH)UBININBBBNW
3542UNION BANK OF INDIACHANDIGARH(CHANDIGARH MAIN)UBININBBCHA
3543UNION BANK OF INDIACHENNAI (MADRAS)(MID CORPORATE CHENNAI)UBININBBCMC
3544UNION BANK OF INDIACHENNAI (MADRAS)(OVERSEAS BRANCH, CHENNAI)UBININBBOMD
3545UNION BANK OF INDIACHENNAI (MADRAS)(SOWCARPET BRANCH)UBININBBSOW
3546UNION BANK OF INDIACHENNAI (MADRAS)CHENNAI - IFBUBININBBICN
3547UNION BANK OF INDIACOIMBATORE(COIMBATORE (M) BRANCH)UBININBBCMT
3548UNION BANK OF INDIADARJEELING(SILIGURI-MAIN BRANCH)UBININBBSIL
3549UNION BANK OF INDIADEHRADUN(DEHRADUN BRANCH)UBININBBDER
3550UNION BANK OF INDIADELHI(KHARI BAOLI BRANCH)UBININBBCCD

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.