Find the list of SWIFT Codes, BIC Codes, SWIFT-BIC or SWIFT Numbers below. You may look up BIC codes (ISO 9362) by filtering via Country, then Bank and then City. Business Identifier Code is standard format recognized by ISO, used in wire transfer and it consist of 11 characters. Format of Swift Code will be first 4 character indicates Bank in a short code, 5th and 6th characters indicates country iso2, then 7th and 8th letters indicates Location where the bank located and then last 3 letters indicates branch code which is optional ('XXX' for head office)
Search for BIC/BEI Numbers of respective financial/non financial institution of 1,01,000+ branch across 229 countries which are made available below.

How can I find SWIFT code / BIC Number for a Bank/Institute?

Here it is easy to find the Swift Number / BIC code, first click on the Country (where you are looking for BIC Code) from the list followed by Bank/Institute, then City and find the Swift Code (If you want get complete details of that Swift Code then click on it for detailed information).

What is BIC / SWIFT?

BIC which is also known as SWIFT-BIC, SWIFT ID, SWIFT Number or SWIFT code which is a unique identification code for both financial and non financial institutions granted by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). If it is assigned to a financial institution, the code is known as BIC whereas for non financial institution, it is known as BEI

Use of Swift Code / BIC Codes

BIC/BEI are used in transferring money between banks, especially international wire transfers, and also for the exchange of other messages between banks.

What is the full form of SWIFT, BIC and BEI?
BEI stands for "Business Entity Identifier"
BIC stands for "Business Identifier Codes"
SWIFT stands for "Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication"

Format of SWIFT / BIC code?

Swift Number is a 11 characters unique identification code which categorized as follow.

  • Bank code A-Z: 4 character code. Usually, it is look a short name of the bank. Example- BACA (Andorra Banc Agricol Reig SA)
  • Country code A-Z: 2 character code. It says which country that bank is in and usually, it is a ISO2 Country Code. Example- AD (Andorra)
  • Location code 0-9 A-Z: 2 digit location code that could be either 2 letters or numbers. It's says where that bank's head office is. Example- AD
  • Branch Code 0-9 A-Z: 3 letters or digits: branch code, optional ('XXX' for head office)
  • SWIFT Codes / BIC Numbers is here providing information all about SWIFT/BIC Codes along with Banks/institutions and their branch details, so you can find info about a bank branch at one place. You may access about 30k+ bank/institution codes across the glob which includes financial and non financial institutions.