Norway Bank SWIFT Code - Page 3

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Norway. 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
101SAFE DEPOSIT BANK OF NORWAY ASOSLOSDBNNOKK
102SANDNES SPAREBANKSANDNESSASKNO22
103SANTANDER CONSUMER BANK ASLYSAKERBSNONOKK
104SBANKEN ASABERGENSBAKNOBB
105SEB ENSKILDA ASOSLOENSKNOKK
106SEB PRIVATE BANKINGOSLOESSENO22
107SIX X-CLEAR AG NORWEGIAN BRANCHOSLOOSCLNOKK
108SIX X-CLEAR AG NORWEGIAN BRANCHOSLOOSCLNOKXCLN
109SIX X-CLEAR AG NORWEGIAN BRANCHOSLOOSCLNOKXCLR
110SIX X-CLEAR AG NORWEGIAN BRANCHOSLOOSCLNOKX
111SIX X-CLEAR AG NORWEGIAN BRANCHOSLO(OSLO CLEARING)OSCLNOKKLAN
112SIX X-CLEAR AG NORWEGIAN BRANCHOSLO(OSLO CLEARING)OSCLNOKKVPO
113SKAGEN ASSTAVANGERSKGNNO22
114SKANDINAVISKA ENSKILDA BANKENOSLOESSENOKXCLS
115SKANDINAVISKA ENSKILDA BANKENOSLOESSENOKX
116SKANDINAVISKA ENSKILDA BANKENOSLO(SEB OSLO CALYPSO BRANCH CODE)ESSENOKXCAL
117SPAREBANK 1 NORD-NORGETROMSOESNOWNO22
118SPAREBANK 1 OSTLANDET (FORMERLY SPAREBANKEN HEDMARK)HAMAR(HEAD OFFICE)SHEDNO22
119SPAREBANK 1 OSTLANDET (FORMERLY SPAREBANKEN HEDMARK)KONGSVINGER(KONGSVINGER BRANCH)SHEDNO22KVR
120SPAREBANK 1 SMNOSLO(SPAREBANK 1 MARKETS)SPTRNO22SB1
121SPAREBANK 1 SMNTRONDHEIMSPTRNO22
122SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASAAALGAARDSPRONO22AGD
123SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASABRYNESPRONO22BNE
124SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASAEGERSUNDSPRONO22EGE
125SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASAFLEKKEFJORDSPRONO22FLE
126SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASAFORUSSPRONO22FOR
127SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASAHAUGESUNDSPRONO22HAU
128SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASAJOERPELANDSPRONO22JPL
129SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASAKRISTIANSAND SSPRONO22KRS
130SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASAOELENSPRONO22OLN
131SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASASANDNESSPRONO22SDS
132SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASASOLASPRONO22SOL
133SPAREBANK 1 SR-BANK ASASTAVANGERSPRONO22
134SPAREBANKEN MOEREAALESUNDSPARNO22
135SPAREBANKEN OESTDRAMMENSAOENO22
136SPAREBANKEN SOGN OG FJORDANEFOERDESOFJNO22
137SPAREBANKEN SORKRISTIANSAND SSPSONO22
138SPAREBANKEN VESTBERGENSPAVNOBB
139SPAREBANKEN VESTBREMNESSPAVNOBBBRE
140SPAREBANKEN VESTFJELLSPAVNOBBFJE
141SPAREBANKEN VESTODDASPAVNOBBDDA
142SPAREBANKEN VESTOSSPAVNOBBOSO
143SPAREBANKEN VESTSTORDSPAVNOBBSTO
144STOREBRAND ASSET MANAGEMENTLYSAKERSTRBNO22
145STOREBRAND BANK ASAOSLOSTFBNOKK
146SWEDBANK ABOSLOFISANOKK
147SWEDBANK ABOSLOSWEDNOKK
148TELENOR ASAFORNEBUTEORNO22
149VERDIPAPIRSENTRALEN, VPSOSLOVPSNNOKK
150VERDIPAPIRSENTRALEN, VPSOSLO(CCP SETTLEMENT)VPSNNOKKCCP

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The registrations of Swift Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

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