What is an SWIFT/BIC Code?
SWIFT codes means Society of Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication Code. The Swift/BIC code is used to identify a particular branch of a bank or financial institution & it'll help you to transfer money internationaly and executor for cross-border payments.Know More
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What is SWIFT/BIC Code?
SWIFT codes are abbreviations for the Society of Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication Code. A SWIFT code is a code that is used to identify the country, bank, and branch of an account. A SWIFT code is also known as a BIC (Bank Identifier Code), but they are the same thing.
Formation of SWIFT Code
The Swift Code is either eight or eleven digits long and a combination of letters and numbers.
- The first four characters of the swift code are the bank code.
- The next two digits are the country code.
- The next two digits are the location code, and
- The last three digits are optional and aid in identifying the specific bank branch.
Applications of SWIFT Code/BIC Code
The following are some examples of SWIFT or BIC code applications:
- The Swift/BIC code is used to identify a specific branch of a bank or financial institution.
- It aids in international money transfers and acts as an executor for cross-border payments.
Example: Breakdown of SWIFT/BIC Code
Country ISO Code
- SHINKO SECURITIES (EUROPE) LIMITED
- BRACKEN PARTNERS LIMITED
- FARES INSURANCE COMPANY SERVICES LTD
- YORK CAPITAL MANAGEMENT EUROPEAN (UK) ADVISORS, LLP
- OAKBELT LIMITED
- RWC PARTNERS LIMITED
- VALBURY CAPITAL LIMITED
- BARING INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LIMITED
- PARKMEAD ENERGY INVESTMENT MANAGERS LIMITED
- SLK GLOBAL MARKETS
- RUBY ISO NOMINEES LIMITED
- ALDER INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT LTD