A Bank swift code is a unique identification code for banks that are used when transferring money between banks. The codes are also known as BICs (Bank Identifier Codes) and SWIFT-BICs. They are used to identify the bank and the country in which it is located.
|SWIFT Code / BIC||HFBACNSD033|
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|Branch Name||(BINZHOU BRANCH)|
|Address:||315 HUANGHE 5 ROAD|
HFBACNSD033 SWIFT Code Breakdown
|Bank Country Code||CN|
|Location & Status||SD|
What is a Swift Code For Banking?
Swift Code is the 8-digit number assigned by the American Bankers Association (ABA) that uniquely identifies an individual institution. Swift Code is a code that uniquely identifies a bank, branch, or branch network financial institutions. Swift Codes are used to identify banks, credit unions, and other financial companies for the purpose of transferring money.
- First 4 (four) characters – bank code (only letters)
- Second 2 characters – ISO 43896-1 Alpha-2 country code (only letters)
- Last/fourth 3 characters – Branch code, optional – ‘XXX’ for primary office (letters and digits). For example: 033.
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