SWIFT Codes for banks in United Kingdom - Page 76

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
3751STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDONSCBLGBKB
3752STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDONSCBLGBKC
3753STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDONSCBLGBKD
3754STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDONSCBLGBKE
3755STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDONSCBLGBKF
3756STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(ALL U.K. OFFICES)SCBLGB2L
3757STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(CAPITAL MARKETS DIVISION)SCBLGB2LCPM
3758STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(CHAPS EURO RETURN OFFICE)SCBLGB2LRTN
3759STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(CLS CONTROL BRANCH)SCBLGB2LCLS
3760STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(COLLATERAL AND VALUATIONS)SCBLGB2LCMV
3761STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(GLOBAL MARKETS)SCBLGB2GGBL
3762STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(GLOBAL MARKETS)SCBLGB2LGBL
3763STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(JERSEY CHANNEL ISLAND)SCBLGB2LSCO
3764STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(LONDON CMS)SCBLGB2LCMS
3765STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(SGE)SCBLGB2LSGE
3766STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(TREASURY NEA)SCBLGB2LHKO
3767STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(TREASURY SEA)SCBLGB2LTHO
3768STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(TREASURY)SCBLGB2LTSY
3769STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(UK PRIVATE BANK)SCBLGB2LZPB
3770STANDARD CHARTERED BANKLONDON(UK SECURITIES DIVISION)SCBLGB2LZOP
3771STANDARD LIFE INVESTMENTS LTD.EDINBURGHSTNDGB2P
3772STANDARD LIFE INVESTMENTS LTD.EDINBURGHSTNDGB2S
3773STANDARD LIFE INVESTMENTS LTD. ISOS INVESTMENTSEDINBURGHSTNDGB3S
3774STARLING BANK LIMITEDLONDONSRLGGB3L
3775STARLING BANK LIMITEDLONDON(PAYMENT SERVICES)SRLGGB2LSPS
3776STARLING BANK LIMITEDLONDONStarling Bank LimitedSRLGGB2L
3777STATE BANK OF INDIABIRMINGHAM(BIRMINGHAM BRANCH)SBINGB2LBIR
3778STATE BANK OF INDIACOVENTRY(COVENTRY)SBINGB2LCOV
3779STATE BANK OF INDIAEAST HAM(EAST HAM BRANCH)SBINGB2LEHM
3780STATE BANK OF INDIAHARROW(HARROW BRANCH)SBINGB2LHAR
3781STATE BANK OF INDIAHOUNSLOW(SBI BRANCH)SBINGB2LHLW
3782STATE BANK OF INDIAILFORD(SBI ILFORD)SBINGB2LILF
3783STATE BANK OF INDIALEICESTER(LEICESTER BRANCH)SBINGB2LLEI
3784STATE BANK OF INDIALONDON(GOLDERS GREEN BRANCH)SBINGB2LGGR
3785STATE BANK OF INDIALONDON(LONDON MAIN BRANCH)SBINGB2LLMB
3786STATE BANK OF INDIALONDON(SOUTHALL BRANCH)SBINGB2LSAH
3787STATE BANK OF INDIALONDONUK BranchSBINGB2L
3788STATE BANK OF INDIAMANCHESTER(MANCHESTER BRANCH)SBINGB2LMAN
3789STATE BANK OF INDIAWOLVERHAMPTON(WOLVERHAMPTON)SBINGB2LWOL
3790STATE BANK OF INDIA (UK) LTDBIRMINGHAM(BIRMINGHAM BRANCH)SBOIGB2LBIR
3791STATE BANK OF INDIA (UK) LTDCOVENTRY(STATE BANK OF INDIA COVENTRY)SBOIGB2LCOV
3792STATE BANK OF INDIA (UK) LTDHARROW(HARROW BRANCH)SBOIGB2LHAR
3793STATE BANK OF INDIA (UK) LTDHOUNSLOW(STATE BANK OF INDIA HOUNSLOW)SBOIGB2LHLW
3794STATE BANK OF INDIA (UK) LTDILFORD(STATE BANK OF INDIA ILFORD)SBOIGB2LILF
3795STATE BANK OF INDIA (UK) LTDLEICESTER(LEICESTER BRANCH)SBOIGB2LLEI
3796STATE BANK OF INDIA (UK) LTDLONDON(EASTHAM)SBOIGB2LEHM
3797STATE BANK OF INDIA (UK) LTDLONDON(GOLDERS GREEN BRANCH)SBOIGB2LGGR
3798STATE BANK OF INDIA (UK) LTDLONDON(SOUTHALL BRANCH)SBOIGB2LSAH
3799STATE BANK OF INDIA (UK) LTDLONDON(STATE BANK OF INDIA LONDON)SBOIGB2LLMB
3800STATE BANK OF INDIA (UK) LTDLONDONLondon MainSBOIGB2L

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.

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