What is an NSC Code?
NSC Code means National Sort Code. NSC code is used by British & Irish bank. The NSC code is a six digits unique numbers that devided into three parts. This code is used to identify the bank location for online fund transfer accross own country.Know More
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NSC Code (National Sort Code)
What is NSC Code (National Sort Code)?
NSC stands for National Sort Code. British and Irish banks use the NSC code. The NSC code is a six-digit, one-of-a-kind number divided into three parts. For example, 11-23-57.
The IPSO (Irish Payment Services Organization) governs the SORT Code and the NSC Cod. In Ireland, a SORT Code begins with the digit "9."
Formation of NSC Code
The formation of NSC code is as follows:
- The First Two Digits: Bank identifier and
- The Next Four Digits: Branch Location.
Applications of NSC Code (National Sort Code)
The NSC Code (National Sort Code) has following applications:
- This code is used to identify the bank location for cross-border online fund transfers.
- This code is used to identify the bank location where the account is held.
- SORT codes are only used in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Example: Breakdown of the NSC Code
Codes for Banks and Financial Institutions
The following is a list of bank/financial institution codes for all banks in the UK and Ireland:
|99||Bank of America|
|90||Bank of Ireland|
|99||Bank of Scotland PLC|
|99||Barclays Bank Ireland PLC|
|92 or 99||Central Bank of Ireland|
|99||Citibank Europe PLC|
|93||First Trust Bank|
|99||Irish Bank Resolution|
|99||Realex Financial Services|
|99||The Royal Bank of Scotland|