SWIFT Codes for banks in India - Page 73

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
3601UNION BANK OF INDIAMANGALORE(MANGALORE CITY BRANCH)UBININBBMNG
3602UNION BANK OF INDIAMEERUTMEERUT MAINUBININBBMRT
3603UNION BANK OF INDIAMIRZAPUR(MIRZAPUR BRANCH)UBININBBMIR
3604UNION BANK OF INDIAMORADABAD(OVERSEAS BRANCH, MORADABAD)UBININBBMOR
3605UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAIUBININBI
3606UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(A. R. STREET BRANCH)UBININBBARS
3607UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(B.S. MARG BRANCH)UBININBBBSM
3608UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(BHAT BAZAR BRANCH)UBININBBBBZ
3609UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(BYCULLA BRANCH)UBININBBBYC
3610UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(GHATKOPAR BRANCH)UBININBBGHT
3611UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(GOREGAON EAST)UBININBBGOR
3612UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH)UBININBBIFB
3613UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE BRANCH)UBININBBIEV
3614UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(KALBADEVI BRANCH)UBININBBKLB
3615UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(KHAND BAZAR BRANCH)UBININBBKBZ
3616UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(LOWER PAREL BR)UBININBBLOP
3617UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MID CORPORATE AHMEDABAD)UBININBBMCA
3618UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MID CORPORATE ANDHERI)UBININBBMAN
3619UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MID CORPORATE BANGALORE)UBININBBMCB
3620UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MID CORPORATE SURAT)UBININBBMCS
3621UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(MID CORPORATE VIJAYAWADA)UBININBBMVJ
3622UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(NRI BRANCH)UBININBBNRM
3623UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(OPERA HOUSE BRANCH)UBININBBOPH
3624UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(OVERSEAS BRANCH, MUMBAI)UBININBBOBR
3625UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(OVERSEAS BRANCH, SEEPZ)UBININBBSEP
3626UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(PRINCESS STREET BRANCH)UBININBBPST
3627UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(SANTACRUZ BRANCH)UBININBBSZW
3628UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAI(TREASURY BRANCH)UBININBBBKO
3629UNION BANK OF INDIAMUMBAIMUMBAI - NRIUBININBB
3630UNION BANK OF INDIANAGPUR(DHANTOLI BRANCH)UBININBBDHN
3631UNION BANK OF INDIANASIK(NASIK)UBININBBNSK
3632UNION BANK OF INDIANAVI MUMBAI(VASHI TURBHE BRANCH)UBININBBVAT
3633UNION BANK OF INDIANELLORE(THIPPARAJUVARI STREET NELLORE A.P.)UBININBBNLR
3634UNION BANK OF INDIANEW DELHI(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE)UBININBBIFD
3635UNION BANK OF INDIANEW DELHI(MID CORPORATE BRANCH)UBININBBMCD
3636UNION BANK OF INDIANEW DELHI(OVERSEAS BRANCH)UBININBBNDL
3637UNION BANK OF INDIANEW DELHI(SHLIMAR BAGH BRANCH)UBININBBSBD
3638UNION BANK OF INDIANEW DELHI(SME OKHLA BRANCH)UBININBBOKH
3639UNION BANK OF INDIAPANIPATPANIPAT MAINUBININBBPAN
3640UNION BANK OF INDIAPUNE(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH, PUNE)UBININBBIPN
3641UNION BANK OF INDIAPUNE(KASARWADI BRANCH)UBININBBKWP
3642UNION BANK OF INDIARAIPUR(RAIPUR BRANCH)UBININBBRAI
3643UNION BANK OF INDIARAJKOT(RACE COURSE CIRCLE BRANCH)UBININBBRKT
3644UNION BANK OF INDIASALEM(SALEM-MAIN BRANCH)UBININBBSLM
3645UNION BANK OF INDIASECUNDERABAD(R.P.ROAD, BRANCH)UBININBBSEC
3646UNION BANK OF INDIASURAT(KNAPITHY BRANCH)UBININBBSUR
3647UNION BANK OF INDIATHANE(KAPURBAVDI)UBININBBKPD
3648UNION BANK OF INDIATIRUPPUR(TIRUPPUR BRANCH)UBININBBTRP
3649UNION BANK OF INDIAUDAIPUR(UDAIPUR-MAIN)UBININBBUDP
3650UNION BANK OF INDIAVADODARA (BARODA)(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH)UBININBBIBR

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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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.