Searching for Routing Codes

If you are unsure of the type routing code, choose the type "Any Routing Code" from the drop down menu. You will get matches from all of the National Routing Codes, including SWIFT/BIC and CHIPS UID and even some routing codes that are not in the drop down menu. These extra codes have been submitted by banks in countries that we do not have complete country coverage, so they are not listed in our drop down menu! When you know only part of a routing code or just a few numbers, you can search for it using 'wildcard' characters as placeholders.

? is used as a specific placeholder for an unknown digit

* is used as a replacement for a string of unknown digits

For example: Let's say you know only four digits of a code. You could search several different ways:

  1. Enter 0842 in the routing code field, then click on Search. You retrieve active routing codes that begin with the numbers you were able to enter.
    You would retrieve: 0842 0292 9, 0842 0312 9, 0842 0352 9, etc.
  2. If you entered *0842 in the routing code field, you would get active codes that end in 0842.
    You would retrieve: 000300842, 000400842, 020842, etc.
  3. If you entered *0842* in the routing code field, you would get:
    000308429, 00308421, 084201058 PLUS over 700 other active routing number matches
  4. If you entered ???0842? in the routing code field, you would retrieve ONLY active 8 digit codes with 0842 as the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh digits: 00308420, 00308421, 20408420

If there are no active routing codes matching your search criteria, inactive payment code files will be searched to see if there are any matches. If there is an inactive payment code that matches the search criteria you will see a link to view the search results list of inactive codes. Click on the code for information regarding the institution previously associated with this code.

If there are no matches within the active or inactive codes in the database, you will receive the generic error message that there are no search results matching your criteria.

NOTE: The INACTIVE Payment Code search feature was added in January 2007, therefore, if a code went inactive prior to 2007, the code may not be found in the database.

If you know the country/National Routing Code you wish to search, you will limit the number of hits by using the drop down list beside the routing code field.

Country Routing Code Definition Example
Afghanistan Afghani Bank/Branch Code The Bank/Branch codes used to clear funds and/or route payments in Afghanistan consist of 4 digits. 1201
Albania Albania Routing Code(KIB) The KIB is used to clear funds and/or route payments in Albania. KIB codes consist of 8 digits. 90261273
Andorra Codi Banci/Cofi Oficina The Andorran bank code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Andorra, consists of eight digits. 0006 0002
Angola Angola Bank Branch code Angola Bank Branch code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Angola, consists of 4 digits for bank code or 8 digits for bank branch code. 0040, 0040 0415
Argentina Código de Entidad / Código de Plaza The Código de Entidad / Código de Plaza, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Argentina, consists of seven digits. 034 0022
Argentina Código de Entidad The Código de Entidad: The Argentine Bank Code is used to clear funds and/or route payments in Argentina. The codes consist of 3 digits. 300
Armenia Armenian Bank Code The Armenian Bank Code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Armenia, consists of five digits. 24100
Australia BSB Number The Australian BSB number, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in Australia, consists of six digits. 736226
Austria BLZ The Austrian BLZ number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Austria, consists of five digits. 19521
Azerbaïjan AZIPS Azerbaijan bank branch code or AZIPS code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Azerbaijan, consists of six digits. 805250
Azerbaijan Bank Branch Code The Azeri bank branch code or AZIPS code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Azerbaijan, consists of six digits. 805250
Bangladesh Bank Branch Routing Number Bank Branch Routing Number: The first 3 digits identify a specific bank, the next digit represents the region which is followed by a 2-digit-district code and the last 3 digits represent the branch. The last 5 digits are used together to uniquely identify each bank branch 020060288
Belarus MFO code The MFO bank code is a unique nine-digit code used to identify an individual bank in Belarus. In addition to being an identifier, the MFO code is necessary for clearing funds and/or routing payments in Belarus. 150801208
Belgium Rekeningnummer The Belgian Rekeningnummer, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Belgium, consists of three digits. 183
Bhutan Bhutan Routing/Bank Identification Code The Bhutan Routing/Bank Identification Codes, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Bhutan, consist of 9 digits. The first 2 digits represent the Service Center Code, followed by 3 digits representing the Bank code, the next 3 digits identify the Branch Code and the last digit is a check digit. 100200014
Bolivia Bolivian Codigo de Banco The Bank/Branch Number used to clear funds and/or route payments in Bolivia consists of 9 digits. 010040201
Bosnia-Herzegovina Sifra Banke The Sifra Banke, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Bosnia and Herzegovina, consists of three digits. 567
Botswana Routing Code: BWRN; Bank/Branch Number The Bank/Branch Number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Botswana consists of six digits. 060167
Brazil Codigo COMPE The Brazilian Codigo de Compensacao do Banco (COMPE), used to clear funds and/or route payments in Brazil, consists of seven digits. 600 0019
Brunei Brunei Bank Branch Codes The Brunei Bank Branch Codes, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Brunei, consist of 2 digits representing the bank code followed by 4 digits representing the branch code. 04-0001
Bulgaria Bank Code ý The bank identifier, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Bulgaria, consists of eight digits. 89898984
Burundi Burundi Bank code Burundi Bank code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Burundi, consists of 3 or 4 digits. 300, 1500
Cambodia Cambodian Clearing Code The Cambodian Clearing Code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Cambodia, consists of 6 digits. 004010
Cameroon CEMAC Bank/Branch Code CEMAC (Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa) The bank/branch codes are assigned by the banking supervision COBAC- Commission Bancaire en Afrique Centrale and consist of 10 numeric digits. The six country members of CEMAC are Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Republic of Congo. 1000200030
Canada Transit number The direct payment routing number system in Canada, administered by the Canadian Payments Association. It consists of nine digits. 000101001
Cape Verde Número de Identificação The Cape Verde Número de Identificação is used to clear funds and/or route payments in Cape Verde; they consist of eight-digits. There is four-digits bank code representing the bank followed by a four-digit branch code. 0001 0000
Central African Republic CEMAC Bank/Branch Code CEMAC (Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa) The bank/branch codes are assigned by the banking supervision COBAC- Commission Bancaire en Afrique Centrale and consist of 10 numeric digits. The six country members of CEMAC are Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Republic of Congo. 2000200300
Chad CEMAC Bank/Branch Code CEMAC (Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa) The bank/branch codes are assigned by the banking supervision COBAC- Commission Bancaire en Afrique Centrale and consist of 10 numeric digits. The six country members of CEMAC are Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Republic of Congo. 6000600001
Chile CLRN Bank/Branch Code (Chile) The Bank/Branch Number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Chile consists of 3 digits. 001
China CNAPS Code The CNAPS Code used to clear funds and/or route payments China, consists of 12 digits. 001100001509
Colombia Código de Compensación Electrónica The Colombian Banking Codes, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Colombia, consist of 2 digits. 01
Colombia Tipo Código The bank identifier used to clear funds and/or route payments in Colombia, consists of five digits. 30001
Costa Rica Código de Entidad The Código de Entidad, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Costa Rica, consists of three digits. 116
Croatia Routing Code: Vodeći broj banke. The Vodeći broj banke, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Croatia, consists of seven digits. 2360000
Cyprus Cyprus Bank Identification Code The Cyprus Bank Identification Code , used to clear funds and/or route payments in Cyprus, consists of eight digits. 00300181
Czech Republic Bank Identity Code The Czech bank code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in the Czech Republic, consists of four digits. 0600
Denmark Registreringsnummer The Danish Registreringsnummer, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: Denmark, Greenland, and Faeroe Islands. Consists of four digits. 5384
Ecuador Código Compensación The clearing codes of Ecuador are administered by the Superintendencia de Bancos y Seguros. The first two digits identify the bank code, the next three digits identify the branch code and the last three digits identify the location. 34–001/060
El Salvador Código de Entidad The Salvadorian Bank Code is used to clear funds and/or route payments in El Salvador, it consists of 4 digits. 0101
Equatorial Guinea CEMAC Bank/Branch Code CEMAC (Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa) The bank/branch codes are assigned by the banking supervision COBAC- Commission Bancaire en Afrique Centrale and consist of 10 numeric digits. The six country members of CEMAC are Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Republic of Congo. 5000100001
Estonia Pangakood The Estonia Bank Code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Estonia, consists of two digits. Pangakood data is provided by the Estonian Banking Association. 42
Fiji Fiji Branch Code Number The Fiji Branch Code Numbers indicate the branch where the accounts are being held; they consist of a two-digit bank code representing the bank followed by a single-digit state code (always 9) and a three-digit branch code representing the branch. 059005
Finland Bank Code The Finnish bank code, Konttorinumero data provided by the Finnish Bankers' Association, is used to clear funds and/or route check payments in Finland, and Aland Islands consists of six digits. 512714
France Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
French Guyana Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
French Polynesia Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
French Southern Territories Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
Gabon CEMAC Bank/Branch Code CEMAC (Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa) The bank/branch codes are assigned by the banking supervision COBAC- Commission Bancaire en Afrique Centrale and consist of 10 numeric digits. The six country members of CEMAC are Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Republic of Congo. 4000200005
Georgia Georgia Bank Code The Georgia Bank Code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Georgia, consists of nine digits. 220101081
Georgia Georgian IBAN Code Georgian IBAN code consists of 2 alphabetic characters. NZ
Georgia Georgia RTGS Code Georgia RTGS code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGs) in Georgia, consists of 8 alphanumeric characters. CRTUGE22
Germany BLZ The German BLZ number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Germany, consists of eight digits. 512 108 00
Ghana TT Routing Code: GHRN ; Bank/Branch Code (Ghana) The Bank/Branch Code in Ghana, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Ghana, consists of 6 digits. 13-01-01
Gibraltar Sort Code The payment clearing system administered in the United Kingdom, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man, and Jersey by the Association for Payment Clearing Services (APACS). The first two digits are those allocated to institutions as settlement members of the Cheque & Credit Clearing Company, Ltd. 40-53-90
Greece Bank Code The Greek bank code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Greece, consists of seven digits. 014 0182
Guadeloupe Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
Guatemala Código Bancario The Guatemala bank codes consist of two numeric digits assigned by the central bank. Each bank assigns its own branch codes and it can be up to three digits. 19
Guernsey Sort Code The payment clearing system administered in the United Kingdom, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man, and Jersey by the Association for Payment Clearing Services (APACS). The first two digits are those allocated to institutions as settlement members of the Cheque & Credit Clearing Company, Ltd. 40-53-90
Guyana Routing Code Routing number used to clear funds/route payments in Guyana consist of 8 digits (5 digits-3 digits). 70001-001
Honduras Código de Entidad The Honduras Bank Code is used to clear funds and/or route payments in Honduras.
Hong Kong Clearing Code The Hong Kong clearing code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Hong Kong, consists of six digits. 183 / 940
Hungary Bankfiók-kód The Hungarian bank code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Hungary, consists of eight digits. 1310 0007
Iceland Bankanumer The Icelandic Bankanumer, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Iceland, consists of four digits. 0305
India Indian Financial System Code The Bank/Branch Number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in India consists of 11 characters. MSCI0082019
India Sort Field The Sort Field, used to clear funds and/or route payments in India, consists of 9 digits. 641022003
Indonesia Clearing Code Clearing Code used to clear funds/route payments in Indonesia consist of 7 digits. 0280024
Ireland Sort Code The Irish bank code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in Ireland, consists of six digits. 83-91-05
Isle of Man Sort Code The payment clearing system administered in the United Kingdom, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man, and Jersey by the Association for Payment Clearing Services (APACS). The first two digits are those allocated to institutions as settlement members of the Cheque & Credit Clearing Company, Ltd. 40-53-90
Israel Routing Code: Bank/Branch Code The Bank/Branch in Israel, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Israel consists of 5 digits. 10607
Italy ABI/CAB The Italian ABI/CAB, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Italy, and San Marino consists of 10 digits. 03069 12510
Jamaica Routing Number The Jamaican Routing Number is used to clear funds and/or route payments in Jamaica. The 8-digit Routing Number is comprised of the Branch Code followed by the Bank Code. 00000 999
Japan Zengin Code The Zengin Code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Japan, consists of seven digits. 0134-100
Jersey Sort Code The payment clearing system administered in the United Kingdom, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man, and Jersey by the Association for Payment Clearing Services (APACS). The first two digits are those allocated to institutions as settlement members of the Cheque & Credit Clearing Company, Ltd. 40-53-90
Jordan Jordanian Bank Branch Code The first 2 digits identify a specific bank, the next 4 digits represent the Branch Code. 02-0990
Kazakhstan Bank Identifier Code The Bank Identifier Codes of the Republic of Kazakhstan, used to clear funds and/or route payments in the Republic of Kazakhstan, consist of 3 digits. 470
Kenya Sort code The Bank/Branch Code in Kenya is used to clear funds and/or route payments, consists of 5 digits. 03000
Korea KRRN: Korean Bank Code The Korean Bank codes used to clear funds and/or route payments in South Korea consist of 2 digits. 54
Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz BIK The Kyrgyz BIK, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Kyrgyzstan, consists of six digits. 127001
Lesotho Bank/Branch Number The Bank/Branch Number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Namibia consists of six digits. 630232
Liechtenstein Swiss Interbank Clearing Number (SIC/euroSIC) Codes identified as euroSIC participate in the euroSIC clearing system. Whereas the SIC system is for Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGs) in Switzerland, and Liechtenstein the euroSIC system is for transnational RTGs in Europe. The participation in both systems is possible (identified by SIC, euroSIC or both, SIC/euroSIC). 1933
Lithuania Banko kodas The Lithuanian Bank code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Lithuania, consists of five digits. 71800
Luxembourg Bank Code The Luxembourg bank code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Luxembourg, consists of three digits. 022
Macedonia (FYR) Bank Code The bank identifier, used to clear funds and/or route payments in F.Y.R. Macedonia, consists of three digits. 380
Malawi MWKSORT Code Malawi MWKSORT Code. The first 2 digits identify a specific bank, the next 2 digits represent the Area Code, followed by a 2-digit-Branch Code. 000701
Malaysia Bank/Branch Code The Bank/Branch Code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Malaysia, consists of seven digits. 0714017
Malaysia MEPS IBG MEPS IBG is an interbank fund transfer system that facilitates payments and collections via the exchange of digitized transactions between banks in Malaysia. The MEPS IBG numbers are used to clear low value interbank payments in Malaysia and consist of 9 digits. 100002050
Malta Sort Code The bank identifier, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Malta, consists of five digits. 22013
Martinique Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
Mauritania Mauritanian Code Banque/Code Agence The " Mauritanian Code Banque/Code Agence " is used to clear funds and/or route payments in Mauritania; code consists of ten-digits. The first five-digits represents the banking institution followed by a five-digit branch code. 00001 00001
Mauritius Bank code The Bank/Branch Code in Mauritius used to clear funds and/or route payments, consists of 4 digits. 1101
Mayotte Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
Mexico Mexico — ABM Bank/Locality Number The Mexican bank code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Mexico, consists of six digits. 030 225
Moldova Moldova Bank Identifier Code The Moldova codes are administered by National Bank of Moldova. Interbank payments in national currency are processed through the Automated Interbank Payment System (AIPS). The codes consist of 8 alphanumeric characters for head offices or 11 alphanumeric characters for branches. NBMDMD2X, NBMDMD2X140
Monaco Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
Mongolia Mongolian Bank Code Mongolian Bank Code or MNRN code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Mongolia, consists of six digits. 907530
Montenegro Bank Identifying Number The Bank Identifying Number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Montenegro consists of 3 digits. 505
Morocco Guichet Bancaire Code The Guichet Bancaire Code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Morocco, consists of 10 alphanumeric characters. 002 480 0041
Namibia Bank/Branch Number The Bank/Branch Number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Namibia consists of six digits. 630232
Nepal Nepal Bank Code The Nepal Bank Codes consist of eight digits. The first two digits represent the category of banks or financial institutions (For example 10 is the code used for the central bank, 11 for commercial banks, 12 for development banks, 13 for finance companies, etc.); the next three digits represent the bank code and last three digits represent the branch code. 11012023
New Zealand New Zealand Bk Code The New Zealand code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in New Zealand, consists of six digits. 031508
New Caledonia Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
Nicaragua Nicaragua Check Clearing Code The Bank/Branch Number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Nicaragua consists of 4 digits. 0100
Nigeria Nigerian Sort Codes The Nigerian Sort Codes used to clear funds/route payments in Nigeria consist of 9 digits. 084230786
Norway Registernummer The Norwegian Registernummer, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Norway, consists of four digits. 1082
Pakistan Pakistan Bank Branch Codes The Pakistan Bank Branch Codes, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Pakistan, consist of 3 digits representing the bank code followed by 4 digits. 0030001
Peru Codigo Bancario The Peru Codigo Bancario, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Peru, consists of six digits. 009017
Poland Numer Rozliczeniowy Oddzialu-banku (NROB) The Polish NROB, data provided by KIR S.A. is used to clear funds and/or route payments in Poland, and consists of eight digits. 11001236
Portugal NIB The Portuguese NIB, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Portugal, consists of eight digits. 0035 0210
Republic of Congo CEMAC Bank/Branch Code CEMAC (Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa) The bank/branch codes are assigned by the banking supervision COBAC- Commission Bancaire en Afrique Centrale and consist of 10 numeric digits. The six country members of CEMAC are Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Republic of Congo. 3001301100
Reunion Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
Russia Bank Identification Code The Russian bank identification code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Russia, consists of nine digits. 044583208
Rwanda Code Institution The Rwandan Code Institution, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Rwanda, consists of three digits. 100
Saint Pierre et Miquelon Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
San Marino ABI/CAB The Italian ABI/CAB, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Italy, and San Marino consists of 10 digits. 03069 12510
Saudi Arabia SARN The Saudi Arabian Check Clearing codes, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Saudi Arabia, consists of two digits. 50
Senegal UEMOA Bank/Branch Code The UEMOA Bank/Branch Codes, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Senegal. The UEMOA codes consist of 10 digits. The first digit is the country code, the next four identify the financial institution, and the last five digits identify the branch. 20012 03205
Serbia Bank Identifying Number The Bank Indentifying Number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Serbia, consists of three digits. 305
Singapore Meps Account Code The Singapore bank code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in the Monetary Authority of Singapore Electronic Payment System, consists of four digits. 8703
Singapore Clearing Code The Singapore ACH code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in the Singapore cheque clearing system, consists of seven digits. 7171/010
Slovakia Bank Identity Code The Slovakian Bank Identity Code, data provided by the National Bank of Slovakia, is used to clear funds and/or route payments in Slovakia and consists of four digits. 8120
Slovenia Bank Branch Code The Slovenian Bank branch code, used to clear funds and /or route payments in Slovenia, consists of five digits. 19340
Spain Spanish Bank Code The Spanish bank code, used to clear funds and /or route payments in Spain, consists of eight digits. 0003 0001
South Africa Bank/Branch Number The Bank/Branch Number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Namibia consists of six digits. 630232
Sri Lanka Bank Branch Codes The Sri Lanka Bank Branch Codes, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Sri Lanka, consist of 4 digits representing the bank code followed by 3 digits representing the branch code. 7162-017
Swaziland Bank/Branch Number The Bank/Branch Number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Namibia consists of six digits. 630232
Sweden Bank Code The Swedish bank code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Sweden, consists of three digits. 300
Sweden Clearingnummer The Swedish Clearingnummer, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Sweden, consists of four digits. 5000
Switzerland Swiss Interbank Clearing Number (SIC/euroSIC) Codes identified as euroSIC participate in the euroSIC clearing system. Whereas the SIC system is for Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGs) in Switzerland, and Liechtenstein the euroSIC system is for transnational RTGs in Europe. The participation in both systems is possible (identified by SIC/euroSIC). 001933
Taiwan Taiwanese Bank Code The Bank/Branch Codes (Taiwan) are assigned by the Financial Supervisory Commission within the Banking Bureau and consist of 3 digits representing the bank code followed by the 4 numeric digits representing the branch code (some of the bank codes contain the letter “R” which stands for Representative Office). 804-0332
R20-0000
Tajikistan Tajikistan Bank Identification Code The Tajikistan Bank Identification Codes, used to clear funds and/or route payments in the republic of Tajikistan, consist of 9 digits. The first two digits represent the Code of the Republic of Tajikistan (35), the next 2 digits represent the Code of the region, the next 2 digits represent the code of the clearing center in the region, the next digit represents the Bank code (1- National Bank of the Republic of Tajikistan, 2- Tojiksodirotbonk OJSC, 3- Orienbank OJSC, 4- Agroinvestbank, 6- Amonatbonk, 7- other commercial banks, 8- non banking financial organization) and the last 2 digits represent code of the organization in the clearing center. 350501846
Tanzania Tanzanian Sort Code The Bank/Branch Code in Tanzania is used to clear funds and/or route payments, consists of 8 digits. 790333-02
Thailand Bank Code Bank Code – Bank of Thailand used to clear funds and/or route payments in Thailand consisting of four systems: ECS, BAHTNET, SMART, B/C. Bank Code consists of seven digits. 0010001
Timor-Leste Timor-Leste Bank Number Timor-Leste Bank Number, used for IBAN payments, consists of 3 digits. 001
Timor-Leste Timor-Leste Bank Routing Numbers The Timor-Leste Bank Routing Numbers, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Timor-Leste, consist of 2 digits representing the bank code followed by 2 digits representing the branch code. 0101
Trinidad and Tobago TT Routing Code: TTRN - Bank/Branch Code The Bank/Branch Number, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Trinidad and Tobago consists of 8 digits. 01100000
Tunisia Code Banque/Code Agence The Tunisian Code Banque/Code Agence, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Tunisia, consists of five digits. 01001
Turkey Banda Kodu/Sube Kodu The Turkish bank branch code or TRRN, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Turkey, consists of 12 digits with spaces. The first 4 digits represent the bank code, the next 5 digits represent the branch code, the last 3 digits represent the city code. 0101 00202 003
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates Routing Number The United Arab Emirates Routing Numbers, used to clear funds and/or route payments in the United Arab Emirates, consist of 9 digits. The first digit represents the check digit, the next digit is a zero for future use, the next 2 digits represent the Bank code, the next digit represents the Emirate, the next 2 digits represent the region in the emirate and the last 2 identify the Branch Code. 100810101
United Kingdom Sort Code The payment clearing system administered in the United Kingdom, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man, and Jersey by the Association for Payment Clearing Services (APACS). The first two digits are those allocated to institutions as settlement members of the Cheque & Credit Clearing Company, Ltd. 40-53-90
United States ABA Routing Number A nine-digit number composed of a four digit Federal Reserve symbol, a four digit institution identifier, and a check digit, which is used to uniquely identify any qualified financial institution participating in the payments system. 211179539
211179539
2111 7953 9
2111-7953-9
51-7953/2111
Uganda Uganda Sort Code Uganda Sort Code is used to clear funds and/or route payments in Uganda. UGRN code consist of 6 digits. The first two digits are the institution code, the next four identify the branch location. 01-34-47
Ukraine MFO code The MFO bank code is a unique six-digit code used to identify an individual Ukrainian bank. In addition to being an identifier, the MFO code is necessary for clearing funds and/or routing payments in Ukraine. 304977
Uruguay UYRN/Código de Banco Uruguayo The bank identifier, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Uruguay, and consists of three digits. 212

Uzbekistan UZRN/Uzbekistan MFO code The Uzbekistan MFO code, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Uzbekistan, consists of 5 digits. 00461

Venezuela Código de Banco The bank identifier, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Venezuela, consists of three digits. 196
Vietnam The CITAD Code The CITAD Codes, used to clear funds and/or route payments in Vietnam, consist of 8 digits. The first 2 digits represent the Region Code, followed by 3 digits representing the Bank Code; the next 3 digits identify the Branch. 01 621 001
Wallis et Futuna Code Banque/Guichet The French Guichet code, used to clear funds and/or route check payments in: France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and Wallis et Futuna. Consists of 10 digits. 30047 00225
Zambia Zambia Sort Code The Zambia Sort Codes administered by Bank of Zambia consist of 6 digits. 000001
SWIFT System Bank Identifier Code (BIC) A universal telecommunication address assigned and administered by S.W.I.F.T. (SWIFT stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications. Within the international milieu, SWIFT provides a universal messaging system. ) BICs can be directly connected or unconnected to the S.W.I.F.T. network. Unconnected BICs cannot be used in the header of a S.W.I.F.T. message. BICs either take an 11 digit or eight digit format, with an UNCONNECTED BIC there is a "1" in the eighth position. Connected BIC: SINT GB 2L

Unconnected BIC: BACO AR B1 0B7
Note: “1” in the 8th position.
CHIPS System CHIPS UIDCHIPS Participant (Routing) Number CHIPS stands for the Clearing House Inter-Bank Payments System. It is an automated clearing system used primarily for international payments of higher value. This system is owned and operated by the New York Clearinghouse banks and engages Fedwire for settlement. CHIPS UIDs consist of six digits, the member’s CHIPS Routing Numbers consist of four digits UID: 401168

CHIPS Routing Number: 1262