SWIFT Codes for banks in Switzerland - Page 32

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Switzerland. 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
1551ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICHZURICHZF
1552ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ASS)ZURICHZFASS
1553ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(AVA)ZURICHZFAVA
1554ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(BGI)ZURICHZFBGI
1555ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(CAB)ZURICHZFCAB
1556ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(CEU)ZURICHZFCEU
1557ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(GAV)ZURICHZFGAV
1558ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(GLV)ZURICHZFGLV
1559ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ITH)ZURICHZFITH
1560ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ITI)ZURICHZFITI
1561ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(KVS)ZURICHZFKVS
1562ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ORV)ZURICHZFORV
1563ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(PFA)ZURICHZFPFA
1564ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(PFZ)ZURICHZFPFZ
1565ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(STC)ZURICHZFSTC
1566ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(TUI)ZURICHZFTUI
1567ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(TUR)ZURICHZFTUR
1568ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(VLV)ZURICHZFVLV
1569ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZBR)ZURICHZFZBR
1570ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZCS)ZURICHZFZCS
1571ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZFB)ZURICHZFZFB
1572ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZFG)ZURICHZFZFG
1573ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZFJ)ZURICHZFZFJ
1574ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZFP)ZURICHZFZFP
1575ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZFS)ZURICHZFZFS
1576ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZG1)ZURICHZFZG1
1577ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZG2)ZURICHZFZG2
1578ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZG3)ZURICHZFZG3
1579ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZG4)ZURICHZFZG4
1580ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZGH)ZURICHZFZGH
1581ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZIB)ZURICHZFZIB
1582ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZIC)ZURICHZFZIC
1583ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZIJ)ZURICHZFZIJ
1584ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZIM)ZURICHZFZIM
1585ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZIN)ZURICHZFZIN
1586ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZLV)ZURICHZFZLV
1587ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZPI)ZURICHZFZPI
1588ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZR1)ZURICHZFZR1
1589ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZR2)ZURICHZFZR2
1590ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZR3)ZURICHZFZR3
1591ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZR4)ZURICHZFZR4
1592ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZR5)ZURICHZFZR5
1593ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZR6)ZURICHZFZR6
1594ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZRV)ZURICHZFZRV
1595ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZURICH GLOBAL FUNDING)ZURICHZFZGF
1596ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZURICH LIFE UMBRELLA FUND GEBUNDENES VERMOEGEN ALLGEMEIN AKTIEN)ZURICHZFZLS
1597ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZURICH LIFE UMBRELLA FUND GEBUNDENES VERMOEGEN ALLGEMEIN)ZURICHZFZLF
1598ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZURICH LIFE UMBRELLA FUND GEBUNDENES VERMOEGEN KOLLEKTIV AKTIEN)ZURICHZFZKS
1599ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZURICH LIFE UMBRELLA FUND GEBUNDENES VERMOEGEN KOLLEKTIV)ZURICHZFZKF
1600ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(ZVG)ZURICHZFZVG

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.