SWIFT Code FETACHZZISV - RBC INVESTOR SERVICES BANK S.A. ESCH-SUR-ALZETTE ZURICH BRANCH

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BankRBC INVESTOR SERVICES BANK S.A. ESCH-SUR-ALZETTE ZURICH BRANCH
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CityZUERICH
Branch
Postcode8000
CountrySwitzerland
SWIFT Code FETACHZZISV Breakdown
SWIFT Code FETACHZZISV
Bank Code FETA - code assigned to RBC INVESTOR SERVICES BANK S.A. ESCH-SUR-ALZETTE ZURICH BRANCH
Country Code CH - code belongs to Switzerland
Location Code ZZ - code represents the institution location
Code Status Z - Z means active code
Branch Code ISV - code indicates this is a branch office
Head Office FETACHZZ - primary office of RBC INVESTOR SERVICES BANK S.A. ESCH-SUR-ALZETTE ZURICH BRANCH, Switzerland

Last Database Update : 06-JUL-2022

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