SWIFT Code HSBCNZ2AWLT - HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION LIMITED, THE

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SWIFT CodeHSBCNZ2AWLT
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BankHONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION LIMITED, THE
Address
CityWELLINGTON
Branch(WELLINGTON BRANCH)
Postcode6011
CountryNew Zealand
SWIFT Code HSBCNZ2AWLT Breakdown
SWIFT Code HSBCNZ2AWLT
Bank Code HSBC - code assigned to HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION LIMITED, THE
Country Code NZ - code belongs to New Zealand
Location Code 2A - code represents the institution location
Code Status A - A means active code
Branch Code WLT - code indicates this is a branch office
Head Office HSBCNZ2A - primary office of HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION LIMITED, THE, New Zealand

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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