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.

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SWIFT / BIC Code Details of TSB BANK PLC (FORMERLY LLOYDS TSB SCOTLAND PLC), (TSB FINCHLEY - 776664) Branch
Country Name UNITED KINGDOM
Country Code GB
Bank Name TSB BANK PLC (FORMERLY LLOYDS TSB SCOTLAND PLC)
Branch Name (TSB FINCHLEY - 776664)
City Name FINCHLEY
SWIFT Code TSBSGB21324

(Use for international fund transfers.)

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About Tsb Bank Plc (formerly Lloyds Tsb Scotland Plc), (tsb Finchley - 776664) Branch

General Information :

The Tsb Bank Plc (formerly Lloyds Tsb Scotland Plc) , (tsb Finchley - 776664) Branch is Located in Finchley City, United Kingdom.
The Swift / BIC Code of Tsb Bank Plc (formerly Lloyds Tsb Scotland Plc) , (tsb Finchley - 776664) is : TSBSGB21324

Breakdown of Tsb Bank Plc (formerly Lloyds Tsb Scotland Plc), (tsb Finchley - 776664) Branch SWIFT Code

T

S

B

S

G

B

2

1

3

2

4

Bank Code

Country ISO Code

Location Code

Branch Code

The first four digits (TSBS) represent the bank, here it's representing Tsb Bank Plc (formerly Lloyds Tsb Scotland Plc).

Next two digits (GB) is country ISO code & here this code indicates United Kingdom country.

Next two digits is (21) - is location code, it's use to identify the particular bank location.

    1. If the second character is "0" - then it is typically a test BIC as opposed to a BIC used on the live network.
    2. If the second character is "1" - then it denotes a passive participant in the SWIFT network
    3. If the second character is "2," it typically indicates a reverse billing BIC, in which the recipient pays for the message rather than the more common mode, in which the sender pays for the message.

Last three digits is (324) - It's an unique identifier no for the particular bank branch & here it's representing Tsb Bank Plc (formerly Lloyds Tsb Scotland Plc) , (tsb Finchley - 776664) branch.

FAQ

The SWIFT / BIC Code of Tsb Bank Plc (formerly Lloyds Tsb Scotland Plc), (tsb Finchley - 776664) Branch is : TSBSGB21324

The Tsb Bank Plc (formerly Lloyds Tsb Scotland Plc) , (tsb Finchley - 776664) is Located in Finchley , United Kingdom.

SWIFT / BIC Code


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

A

B

C

D

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Bank Code

Country ISO Code

Location Code

Branch Code
(Optional)

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