SWIFT Codes for banks in United Kingdom - Page 48

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in United Kingdom. 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
2351HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(HSS)MIDLGB22SSL
2352HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(IB EQUITY FINANCE)MIDLGB22SBL
2353HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(INTL EQUITY SETTLEMENTS)MIDLGB22INI
2354HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(INV MGMNT CONTRACTS)MIDLGB22IMC
2355HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(INV. MGMT CLIENT SUPPORT)MIDLGB22IMO
2356HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(JC BAC)MIDLGB22BAC
2357HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(JC HIB SETTLEMENT)MIDLGB22JAC
2358HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(JC HIM)MIDLGB22HIM
2359HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(JC RECONCILIATION)MIDLGB22RES
2360HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(LONDON GLOBAL DISBURSEMENTS)MIDLGB22GDS
2361HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(LONDON PIP)MIDLGB22PIP
2362HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(NOMINEES)MIDLGB22NOM
2363HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(OTC CLEARING)MIDLGB22OLY
2364HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(PRIME SERVICES)MIDLGB22PRM
2365HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(PRIVATE BANKING 1)MIDLGB22PB1
2366HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(PRIVATE BANKING 2)MIDLGB22PB2
2367HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(PRIVATE BANKING 4)MIDLGB22PB4
2368HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(PRIVATE BANKING 5)MIDLGB22PB5
2369HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(RECONCILIATIONS CASH)MIDLGB22RCN
2370HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(SBL-HBAP CLEARING DEPARTMENT)MIDLGB22INE
2371HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(SEPA DIRECT DEBITS)MIDLGB22SDD
2372HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(STOCK BORROWING)MIDLGB22SBD
2373HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(UK GLOBAL BANKING AND MARKETS)MIDLGB22GBM
2374HSBC BANK PLCLONDON(UK SETTLEMENTS)MIDLGB22UKS
2375HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(FIRST DIRECT LEEDS)MIDLGB2272L
2376HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-01-88))MIDLGB2271Y
2377HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-02-88))MIDLGB2271Z
2378HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-03-88))MIDLGB2272A
2379HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-04-88))MIDLGB2272C
2380HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-05-88))MIDLGB2272B
2381HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-06-88))MIDLGB2272D
2382HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-07-88))MIDLGB2272E
2383HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-08-88))MIDLGB2272F
2384HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-09-88))MIDLGB2272G
2385HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-10-88))MIDLGB2272H
2386HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-11-88))MIDLGB2272I
2387HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-12-88))MIDLGB2272J
2388HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-16-88))MIDLGB2272K
2389HSBC BANK PLCSHEFFIELD(HSBC MORTGAGES (40-41-88))MIDLGB2272M
2390HSBC BANK PLC (EUR)LONDONMIDLGB2A
2391HSBC BANK PLC (EUR)LONDONMIDLGBKA
2392HSBC BANK PLC (EUR)LONDONMIDLGBKB
2393HSBC BANK PLC (EUR)LONDONMIDLGBKC
2394HSBC BANK PLC (EUR)LONDONMIDLGBKD
2395HSBC BANK PLC (EUR)LONDONMIDLGBKT
2396HSBC BANK PLC (RFB) LIQUIDITY INVESTMENT SCHEME (LIS)LONDONHBUKGB2A
2397HSBC BANK USA, N.A.LONDONBLICGB2L
2398HSBC FUND SERVICESEDINBURGH(HSBC FUND SERVICES)HSBCGB3AFSE
2399HSBC FUND SERVICESLONDONHSBCGB3A
2400HSBC GLOBAL ASSET MANAGEMENT (UK) LIMITEDLONDONHSBCGB22

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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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.