SWIFT Code, BIC Code

What is a SWIFT code? A SWIFT code (or BIC code) is a unique code that identifies financial and non-financial institutions and is mainly used for international wire transfers between banks.

  • GERMANY
  • GHANA
  • GIBRALTAR
  • GREECE
  • GREENLAND
  • GRENADA
  • GUADELOUPE
  • GUAM
  • GUATEMALA
  • GUERNSEY, C.I.
  • GUINEA
  • GUINEA-BISSAU
  • GUYANA
  • HAITI
  • HOLY SEE (VATICAN CITY STATE)
  • HONDURAS
  • HONG KONG
  • HUNGARY
  • ICELAND
  • INDIA
  • INDONESIA
  • IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)
  • IRAQ
  • IRELAND
  • ISLE OF MAN
  • ISRAEL
  • ITALY
  • JAMAICA
  • JAPAN
  • JERSEY, C.I.
  • JORDAN
  • KAZAKHSTAN
  • KENYA
  • KIRIBATI
  • KOREA, DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
  • KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
  • KOSOVO, REPUBLIC OF
  • KUWAIT
  • KYRGYZSTAN
  • LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF
  • LATVIA
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