Bank SWIFT Codes

Swift Code is a standard arrangement of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is one of a kind distinguishing proof code for a specific bank anyplace on the planet. These codes are utilized while exchanging cash between banks, especially for universal wire exchanges. Banks additionally utilized the codes for trading different messages between them.

Here is a rundown of 8 characters essential office SWIFT codes for all banks those are currently working in Bangladesh. On the off chance that you need to have 11 characters SWIFT code for a particular branch of a bank, please tap the bank name underneath and you’ll be learned how to get the particular branch SWIFT code you want.

What is a SWIFT Code?

ISO 9362 (otherwise called SWIFT-BIC, BIC code, SWIFT ID or SWIFT code) characterizes a standard configuration of Business Identifier Codes affirmed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). It is an extraordinary ID code for both money related and non-monetary foundations. The acronym “Quick” stands for the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication and the general public handles the enlistment of these codes because SWIFT initially so it is essential things. At the point when allowed to a non-monetary establishment, the code may likewise be known as a Business Entity Identifier or BEI. These codes are utilized while exchanging cash between banks, especially for worldwide wire exchanges, and furthermore for the trading of different messages between banks. The codes can now and then be found on account explanations.

Bank NameSWIFT Codes
Agrani Bank LimitedAGBKBDDH
Al-Arafah Islami Bank LimitedALARBDDH
Bangladesh BankBBHOBDDH
Bangladesh Commerce Bank LimitedBCBLBDDH
Bangladesh Development Bank Limited (BDBL)BDDBBDDH
Bangladesh Krishi BankBKBABDDH
Bangladesh Small Industries and Commerce Bank LimitedBKSIBDDH
Bank Alfalah LimitedALFHBDDH
Bank Asia LimitedBALBBDDH
Basic Bank LimitedBKSIBDDH
Commercial Bank of Ceylon LimitedCCEYBDDH
Dhaka Bank LimitedDHBLBDDH
Dutch-Bangla Bank LimitedDBBLBDDH
Eastern Bank LimitedEBLDBDDH
Export Import Bank of Bangladesh Ltd.EXBKBDDH
First Security Islami Bank LimitedFSEBBDDH
Habib Bank LimitedHABBBDDH
ICB Islamic Bank LimitedBBSHBDDH
International Finance Invest and Commerce Bank Ltd.IFICBDDH
Islami Bank Bangladesh LimitedIBBLBDDH
Jamuna Bank LimitedJAMUBDDH
Janata Bank LimitedJANBBDDH
Meghna Bank LimitedMGBLBDDH
Mercantile Bank LimitedMBLBBDDH
Midland Bank LimitedMDBLBDDH
Modhumoti Bank LimitedMODHBDDH
Mutual Trust Bank LimitedMTBLBDDH
National Bank LimitedNBLBBDDH
National Bank of PakistanNBPABDDH
National Credit & Commerce Bank LimitedNCCLBDDH
NRB Commercial Bank LimitedNRBBBDDH
NRB Global Bank LimitedNGBLBDDH
One Bank LimitedONEBBDDH
Prime Bank LimitedPRBLBDDH
Pubali Bank LimitedPUBABDDH
Rupali Bank LimitedRUPBBDDH
Shahjalal Islami Bank LimitedSJBLBDDH
Social Islami Bank LimitedSOIVBDDH
Sonali Bank LimitedBSONBDDH
South Bangla Agriculture & Commerce Bank LimitedSBACBDDH
Southeast Bank LimitedSEBDBDDH
Standard Bank LimitedSDBLBDDH
Standard Chartered BankSCBLBDDX
State Bank of IndiaSBINBDDH
The City Bank LimitedCIBLBDDH
The Farmers Bank LimitedFRMSBDDH
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation LimitedHSBCBDDH
The Premier Bank LimitedPRMRBDDH
Trust Bank LimitedTTBLBDDH
Union Bank LimitedUBLDBDDH
United Commercial Bank LimitedUCBLBDDH
Uttara Bank LimitedUTBLBDDH
Woori Bank DhakaHVBKBDDH

Structure of a SWIFT Code

The Swift code comprises of 8 or 11 characters. At the point when 8 characters code is given, it alludes to the essential office. The code designed as beneath:


Initial 4 characters – bank code (letters as it were)

Next 2 characters – ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 nation code (letters as it were)

Next 2 characters – area code (letters and digits) (inactive member will have “1” in the second character)

Last 3 characters – branch code, discretionary (‘XXX’ for essential office) (letters and digits)