United Kingdom Bank SWIFT Code - Page 33

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in United Kingdom. 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
1601CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22001
1602CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22002
1603CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22003
1604CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22004
1605CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22005
1606CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22006
1607CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22007
1608CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22008
1609CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22009
1610CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22010
1611CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22011
1612CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22012
1613CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22013
1614CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22014
1615CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22015
1616CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22016
1617CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22017
1618CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22018
1619CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22019
1620CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22020
1621CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22021
1622CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22022
1623CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22023
1624CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22024
1625CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22025
1626CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22026
1627CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22027
1628CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22028
1629CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22029
1630CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22030
1631CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22031
1632CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22032
1633CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22033
1634CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22034
1635CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22035
1636CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22036
1637CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22037
1638CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22038
1639CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22039
1640CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22040
1641CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22041
1642CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22042
1643CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22043
1644CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22044
1645CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22045
1646CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22057
1647CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22058
1648CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22059
1649CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22060
1650CLEARBANKWROXHAM(CLEARBANK AGENCY ROUTING)CLRBGB22061

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them.

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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