IBAN Numbers and Countries

Banks and Countries

UNITED KINGDOM BANKS

Bank of Ireland

Barclays

Citibank

Halifax

HSBC

Lloyds

Monzo Bank

Nationwide Building Society

NatWest

Royal Bank of Scotland

Santander

TSB Bank

Bank of England

Bank of Scotland

The Co-operative Bank

TURKEY BANKS

Akbank

Garanti Bank

HalkBank

Türkiye İş Bankası

Yapı Kredi

Ziraat Bank

VakıfBank

DenizBank

Finansbank

SWITZERLAND BANKS

Bank Julius Baer

Banque Cantonale De Geneve

Credit Suisse

Raiffeisen Schweiz Genossenschaft

UBS Switzerland

Zurich Cantonal Bank

Swiss Post - PostFinance

SWEDEN BANKS

Nordea Bank

SEB Bank

Swedbank

SEB (Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken)

Danske Bank

SPAIN BANKS

Abanca Corporacion Bancaria

Banco Sabadell

Banco Santander

Bankia

Bankinter

BBVA

CaixaBank

Unicaja Banco

Kutxabank

Ibercaja Bank

ROMANIA BANKS

Banca Comerciala Romana

Banca Transilvania

BRD

CEC Bank

Raiffeisen Bank

UniCredit Bank

Alpha Bank Romania

OTP Bank Romania

Garanti BBVA Romania

CEC Bank (Casa de Economii și Consemnațiuni)

PORTUGAL BANKS

ActivoBank

Banco Comercial Português

Banco Santander Totta

Caixa Geral de Depositos

Banco BPI Bank

Caixa Central De Credito Agricola Mutuo

Millennium bcp

POLAND BANKS

Bank Pekao

PKO BP

mBank

ING Bank Śląski

Santander Bank Polska

BNP Paribas Bank Polska

Bank Pekao

Alior Bank

Raiffeisen Bank

Getin Noble Bank

Bank Millennium

SNS Bank

LUXEMBOURGBANKS

Banque Internationale À Luxembourg

Caceis Bank Luxembourg

Deutsche Bank Luxembourg

UniCredit Luxembourg

BGL BNP Paribas

ITALY BANKS

Banca Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena

Banco BPM

Banco Nazionale Del Lavoro

ING Bank

Intesa Sanpaolo Spa

Poste Italiane

UniCredit

Banca Popolare di Sondrio

Intesa Sanpaolo Spa

Cassa Di Risparmio Di Asti Spa

IRELAND BANKS

AIB Bank

Bank of Ireland

Danske Bank

KBC Bank

Ulster Bank Ireland

UniCredit Bank

HUNGARY BANKS

Budapest Bank

CIB Bank

Erste Bank Hungary

K And H Bank

MKB Bank

OTP Bank

Raiffeisen Bank

CIB Bank (Formerly Central-European)

GREECE BANKS

Alpha Bank

National Bank Of Greece

Piraeus Bank

Eurobank Ergasias

Bank of Greece

GERMANY BANKS

Berliner Sparkasse

Berliner Volksbank

Comdirect Bank

Comdirect Bank

Berliner Sparkasse

Berliner Volksbank

Comdirect Bank

Comdirect Bank

Commerzbank

Deutsche Bank

Hamburger Sparkasse

ING-DiBa Bank

Postbank

Sparkasse Anbach

Sparkasse KölnBonn

Targobank

Unicredit HypoVereinsbank

FRANCE BANKS

Banque Populaire

BNP Paribas

Boursorama

Caisse D'Epargne

Crédit Agricole

Crédit Lyonnais

Credit Mutuel

HSBC

Société Générale

CYPRUS BANKS

Alpha Bank

Ancoria Bank

Bank Of Cyprus

Hellenic Bank

Eurobank Cyprus

National Bank of Greece (Cyprus)

BULGARIA BANKS

First Investment Bank

Postbank

UniCredit Bulbank

DSK Bank

DSK Bank

Raiffeisenbank (Bulgaria)

Societe Generale Expressbank

BELGIUM BANKS

Argenta Bank

AXA Bank

BNP Paribas Fortis Bank

ING Belgique Bank

KBC Bank

Belfius Bank

AUSTRIA BANKS

BAWAG

Erste Group

Hypo Noe Landesbank

Oberbank

Oesterreichische Kontrollbank

Raiffeisen

Unicredit Bank

What is an IBAN number?

IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number. It’s an internationally-agreed code made up of up to 34 letters and numbers that helps banks to process transfers around the world.

Each set of characters represents a different detail for your bank account. You can see the breakdown of this IBAN number below.

IBAN FAQs

What is an IBAN?

IBAN (which stands for International Bank Account Number) is an internationally agreed code made up of up to 34 letters and numbers which helps banks make sure that international transfers are processed correctly.

In just a few letters and numbers, the IBAN captures all of the country, bank, and account details you need to send or receive money internationally. This system is used throughout Europe, and also recognised in some areas of the Middle East, North Africa and the Caribbean. Find IBAN examples for every country where it’s used.

How can you find your IBAN?

You can usually find your IBAN on your bank account statements, or in your online banking.

Routing numbers, SWIFT codes, BIC and IBANs – what’s the difference?

You’ll need a few details to send or receive a transfer – either domestically or internationally.

IBANs (international bank account numbers) identify individual bank accounts. They’re issued by many banks in Europe, but banks elsewhere in the world are starting to adopt them as well.

Routing numbers help identify banks when processing domestic ACH payments or wire transfers. But only in the United States. You don’t need one to make a payment to your friend in France, for example.

SWIFT codes, like routing numbers, also identify banks and financial institutions. This time for international payments. They’re sometimes known as BIC codes.

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