United Kingdom Bank SWIFT Code - Page 40

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.


NoBankCityBranchSwift Code
1951EVERSHEDS SUTHERLANDLEEDSEVLLGB2L
1952EXPERIAN FINANCE PLCNOTTINGHAMEXPFGB22
1953EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF INDIALONDONEIBIGB2L
1954FASTER PAYMENTS SCHEME LIMITEDLONDONFPSCGB2L
1955FBN BANK (UK) LIMITEDLONDON28 FINSBURY CIRCUSFBNIGB2L
1956FCMB BANK (UK) LIMITEDLONDONFCMBGB2L
1957FDR LIMITEDBASILDONFDUKGB22
1958FIDELIS MARKET CONSULTANTS LIMITEDOXFORDFDLSGB22
1959FIL INVESTMENTS INTERNATIONALREIGATE(FIDELITY SETTLEMENT)FIDIGB22SET
1960FIL INVESTMENTS INTERNATIONALTONBRIDGEFIDIGB22EMX
1961FIL INVESTMENTS INTERNATIONALTONBRIDGEFIDIGB22
1962FIL INVESTMENTS INTERNATIONALTONBRIDGE(FIL FUND ACCOUNTING)FIDIGB22FAC
1963FIL INVESTMENTS INTERNATIONALTONBRIDGE(ILF PAYMENTS)FIDIGB22ILF
1964FIL INVESTMENTS INTERNATIONALTONBRIDGE(SONATA PAYMENTS)FIDIGB22SON
1965FIL INVESTMENTS INTERNATIONALTONBRIDGE(STANDARD PAYMENTS)FIDIGB22CBU
1966FIL INVESTMENTS INTERNATIONALTONBRIDGE(TMS)FIDIGB22TRE
1967FIL INVESTMENTS INTERNATIONALTONBRIDGE(YARDI PROPERTY)FIDIGB22PRO
1968FINASTRA INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDLONDONMISYGB22
1969FIRST ABU DHABI BANK PJSC (FORMERLY NATIONAL BANK OF ABU DHABI)- LONDONLONDONNBADGB2L
1970FIRST ABU DHABI BANK PJSC (FORMERLY NATIONAL BANK OF ABU DHABI)- LONDONLONDON(TRADE FINANCE DEPARTMENT)NBADGB2LTFO
1971FIRST COMMERCIAL BANKLONDONLONDONFCBKGB2L
1972FIRST FOUNDER LIMITEDLONDONFRFUGB22
1973FIRST TRUST BANKBELFASTBELFAST INTL BANKINGFTBKGB2B
1974FIRST TRUST BANKLONDON(E CHANNEL AND PAYMENTS)FTBKGB2BSDV
1975FIRSTRAND BANK LIMITED (LONDON BRANCH)LONDONFIRNGB2L
1976FIS GLOBAL EXECUTION SERVICES LIMITEDLONDONSGESGB2LDBC
1977FIS GLOBAL EXECUTION SERVICES LIMITEDLONDONSGESGB2L
1978FISCHER FRANCIS TREES AND WATTSLONDONFFTWGB2L
1979FISKE PLCLONDONFISKGBKA
1980FISKE PLCLONDONFISKGBKB
1981FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGHFNZWGB2S
1982FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ FUND SERVICES - 1)FNZWGB2SSAN
1983FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 1)FNZWGB2SBAR
1984FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 10)FNZWGB2S010
1985FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 11)FNZWGB2S011
1986FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 12)FNZWGB2S012
1987FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 13)FNZWGB2S013
1988FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 14)FNZWGB2S014
1989FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 15)FNZWGB2S015
1990FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 16)FNZWGB2S016
1991FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 17)FNZWGB2S017
1992FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 18)FNZWGB2S018
1993FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 2)FNZWGB2SHSB
1994FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 3)FNZWGB2S003
1995FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 4)FNZWGB2S004
1996FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 5)FNZWGB2S005
1997FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 6)FNZWGB2S006
1998FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 7)FNZWGB2S007
1999FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 8)FNZWGB2S008
2000FNZ (UK) LTDEDINBURGH(FNZ UK - 9)FNZWGB2S009

Last Database Update : 6th December 2019

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About Swift Code


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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