The Swift or BIC code is a standard format of a "business identity code". The Swift code is a unique identification code used to transfer money between bank accounts.

You can find the Swift Code on your bank statement. If you have problems finding the Swift Code, please contact your bank.

The standard format consists of eight to eleven characters. The first four letters are the bank code, followed by two letters for the country code, the next two digits can be letters and/or numbers and refer to the location. The last three letters or numbers are the identification of the branch.

You need the code for deposits and withdrawals by wire transfer.

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