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Bangladesh Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Bangladesh. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.


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ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
201 DUTCH-BANGLA BANK LTD DHAKA (KAWRAN BAZAR BRANCH) DBBLBDDH107
202 DUTCH-BANGLA BANK LTD DHAKA (LOCAL OFFICE) DBBLBDDH101
203 DUTCH-BANGLA BANK LTD DHAKA (MOHAKHALI BRANCH) DBBLBDDH114
204 DUTCH-BANGLA BANK LTD DHAKA (MOTIJHEEL FOREIGN EXCHANGE BRANCH) DBBLBDDH105
205 DUTCH-BANGLA BANK LTD DHAKA (NABABPUR BRANCH) DBBLBDDH104
206 DUTCH-BANGLA BANK LTD DHAKA (UTTARA BRANCH) DBBLBDDH117
207 DUTCH-BANGLA BANK LTD NARAYANGANJ (B.B ROAD BRANCH) DBBLBDDH111
208 DUTCH-BANGLA BANK LTD NARAYANGANJ (NARAYANGONJ BRANCH) DBBLBDDH106
209 DUTCH-BANGLA BANK LTD NARSINGHDI (BABURHAT BRANCH) DBBLBDDH109
210 DUTCH-BANGLA BANK LTD SAVAR (OFFSHORE BANKING UNIT, DHAKA) DBBLBDDH902
211 EASTERN BANK LTD. BOGRA (BOGRA BRANCH) EBLDBDDH018
212 EASTERN BANK LTD. CHITTAGONG (AGRABAD BRANCH) EBLDBDDH003
213 EASTERN BANK LTD. CHITTAGONG (JUBILEE ROAD BRANCH) EBLDBDDH012
214 EASTERN BANK LTD. CHITTAGONG (KHATUNGONJ BRANCH) EBLDBDDH006
215 EASTERN BANK LTD. CHITTAGONG (O.R. NIZAM ROAD BRACH) EBLDBDDH019
216 EASTERN BANK LTD. CHITTAGONG (STATION ROAD BRANCH) EBLDBDDH015
217 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA EBLDBDDH
218 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA (CHAWK MUGHULTULY BRANCH) EBLDBDDH013
219 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA (DHANMONDI BRANCH) EBLDBDDH017
220 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA (EBL OFF-SHORE BANKING UNIT) EBLDBDDHOBU
221 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA (ENGLISH ROAD BRANCH) EBLDBDDH007
222 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA (GULSHAN BRANCH) EBLDBDDH011
223 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA (HEAD OFFICE) EBLDBDDH001
224 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA (MIRPUR BRANCH) EBLDBDDH021
225 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA (MOTIJHEEL BRANCH) EBLDBDDH005
226 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA (PRINCIPAL BRANCH) EBLDBDDH002
227 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA (SONARGAON ROAD BRANCH) EBLDBDDH014
228 EASTERN BANK LTD. DHAKA (UTTARA BRANCH) EBLDBDDH022
229 EASTERN BANK LTD. JESSORE (JESSORE BRANCH) EBLDBDDH010
230 EASTERN BANK LTD. KHULNA (KHULNA BRANCH) EBLDBDDH004
231 EASTERN BANK LTD. RAJSHAHI (RAJSHAHI BRANCH) EBLDBDDH016
232 EASTERN BANK LTD. SYLHET (CHOUHATTA BRANCH) EBLDBDDH020
233 EASTERN BANK LTD. SYLHET (LALDIGHIR PAAR BRANCH) EBLDBDDH008
234 EASTERN BANK LTD. SYLHET (MOULVI BAZAR BRANCH) EBLDBDDH009
235 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD BOGRA (BOGRA BRANCH) EXBKBDDH021
236 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD CHITTAGONG (AGRABAD BRANCH) EXBKBDDH003
237 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD CHITTAGONG (C.D.A. AVENUE BRANCH) EXBKBDDH026
238 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD CHITTAGONG (JUBILEE ROAD) EXBKBDDH018
239 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD CHITTAGONG (KHATUNGONJ BRANCH) EXBKBDDH004
240 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD CHITTAGONG (SHEIKH MUJIB ROAD BRANCH) EXBKBDDH083
241 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD DHAKA EXBKBDDH
242 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD DHAKA (BASHUNDHARA ROAD BRANCH) EXBKBDDH029
243 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD DHAKA (ELEPHANT ROAD BRANCH) EXBKBDDH019
244 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD DHAKA (GULSHAN BRANCH) EXBKBDDH007
245 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD DHAKA (HEAD OFFICE CORPORATE BRANCH) EXBKBDDH039
246 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD DHAKA (IMAMGONJ BRANCH) EXBKBDDH006
247 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD DHAKA (KARWAN BAZAR BRANCH) EXBKBDDH035
248 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD DHAKA (MALIBAGH BRANCH) EXBKBDDH023
249 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD DHAKA (MIRPUR BRANCH) EXBKBDDH017
250 EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BANGLADESH LTD DHAKA (MOTIJHEEL BRANCH) EXBKBDDH001


What is a SWIFT Code?

A SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also use these codes for exchanging messages between them.

SWIFT codes comprise of 8 or 11 characters. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in 'XXX') refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows:

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant will have "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional - 'XXX' for primary office (letters and digits)

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The registrations of SWIFT Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (“SWIFT”) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium. SWIFT is the registered trademark of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.