United States Bank SWIFT Code - Page 65

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in United States. 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
3201THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONNEW YORK(US INSTITUTIONAL BANK)IRVTUS3NIBK
3202THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONNEW YORK(USED TO ENABLE FLOW OF OUTBOUND STATEMENT MESSAGES)IRVTUS3NGSS
3203THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHBSDTUS33CLS
3204THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHMELNUS3CAGF
3205THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHMELNUS3CAMH
3206THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHMELNUS3CIMS
3207THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHMELNUS3CMER
3208THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHMELNUS3CMET
3209THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHMELNUS3CMUS
3210THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHMELNUS3CPAC
3211THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHMELNUS3CRSL
3212THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHMELNUS3CTBC
3213THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHMELNUS3CTDP
3214THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(BNYM MO TRADE SUPPORT (TRP))MELNUS3CIFX
3215THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(CLS CONTROL BRANCH)MELNUS3PCLS
3216THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT)MELNUS3PFEX
3217THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(GLOBAL BUSINESS SOLUTIONS DEPARTMENT)MELNUS3PAAB
3218THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(GLOBAL SECURITIES LENDING)MELNUS3CGSL
3219THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(GLOBAL SECURITIES SERVICES)MELNUS3PGSS
3220THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(GLOBAL TRUST DEPARTMENT)MELNUS3PGLB
3221THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(GTE)MELNUS3WGTE
3222THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(IMS SERVICES - SMAM)MELNUS3CSMA
3223THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(LIONTRUST)MELNUS3PLTR
3224THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(STATE OF WISCONSIN)MELNUS3CSWB
3225THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(STATE OF WISCONSIN)MELNUS3CTRP
3226THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(T ROWE PRICE ACCOUNTING)MELNUS3CACC
3227THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(T ROWE PRICE CUSTODY)MELNUS3CCUS
3228THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGH(T ROWE PRICE FA MCH)MELNUS3CMCH
3229THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLONPITTSBURGHONE MELLON BANK CENTERMELNUS3P
3230THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON, NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONLOS ANGELESMELNUS6L
3231THE BANK OF NORTH DAKOTABISMARCKNODKUS44
3232THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIAHOUSTONNOSCUS4HHSM
3233THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIAHOUSTONNOSCUS4HHSS
3234THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIAHOUSTONNOSCUS4HSF1
3235THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIAHOUSTONNOSCUS4HSF2
3236THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIAHOUSTONNOSCUS4HSF3
3237THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIAHOUSTONNOSCUS4HSF4
3238THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIAHOUSTONNOSCUS4HTL1
3239THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIAHOUSTONNOSCUS4HTL2
3240THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIAHOUSTONNOSCUS4H
3241THE BANK OF SAN ANTONIOSAN ANTONIOBSATUS44
3242THE BANK OF TAMPATAMPABAYSHORETBOTUS3T
3243THE BANK OF WYANDOTTEWYANDOTTEWYANUS42
3244THE BANKERS BANKOKLAHOMA CITYBBOKUS44
3245THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITYPALO ALTOBTLJUS6P
3246THE BRYN MAWR TRUST COMPANYBRYN MAWRBMTCUS3B
3247THE CAMDEN NATIONAL BANKROCKPORTCDNAUS3C
3248THE CARLYLE GROUPWASHINGTONCRGPUS3W
3249THE CHEMOURS COMPANYWILMINGTONCHMLUS33
3250THE CHIBA BANK LTD., NEW YORK BRANCHNEW YORKUSA BRANCHCHBAUS33

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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