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Bolivia Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Bolivia. Only active SWIFT codes are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
1 BANCO BISA S.A. COCHABAMBA BANIBOLXCBB
2 BANCO BISA S.A. LA PAZ BANIBOLX
3 BANCO BISA S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA BANIBOLXSCZ
4 BANCO CENTRAL DE BOLIVIA LA PAZ BCEBBOLP
5 BANCO DE CREDITO DE BOLIVIA S.A. COCHABAMBA BCPLBOLXCBB
6 BANCO DE CREDITO DE BOLIVIA S.A. LA PAZ BCPLBOLX
7 BANCO DE CREDITO DE BOLIVIA S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA BCPLBOLXSCZ
8 BANCO DE LA NACION ARGENTINA SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA NACNBOLP
9 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. SUCURSAL BOLIVIA SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA BRASBOLX
10 BANCO ECONOMICO S.A. COCHABAMBA (COCHABAMBA BRANCH) BOEOBO22CBB
11 BANCO ECONOMICO S.A. LA PAZ (LA PAZ BRANCH) BOEOBO22LPZ
12 BANCO ECONOMICO S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA BOEOBO22BEC
13 BANCO ECONOMICO S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA BOEOBO22
14 BANCO ECONOMICO S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA (SANTA CRUZ BRANCH) BOEOBO22SCZ
15 BANCO FASSIL S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA BSCFBO22
16 BANCO FIE S.A. LA PAZ BFIFBOLP
17 BANCO FORTALEZA SA LA PAZ BFORBOLP
18 BANCO GANADERO S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA GNDRBO22CMI
19 BANCO GANADERO S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA GNDRBO22FIT
20 BANCO GANADERO S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA GNDRBO22GEB
21 BANCO GANADERO S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA GNDRBO22
22 BANCO MERCANTIL SANTA CRUZ S.A. COCHABAMBA MERBBOLXCBB
23 BANCO MERCANTIL SANTA CRUZ S.A. LA PAZ MERBBOLX
24 BANCO MERCANTIL SANTA CRUZ S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA MERBBOLXSCZ
25 BANCO NACIONAL DE BOLIVIA COCHABAMBA (DEPARTAMENTO INTERNACIONAL) BNBOBOLXCBB
26 BANCO NACIONAL DE BOLIVIA LA PAZ BNBOBOLX
27 BANCO NACIONAL DE BOLIVIA LA PAZ (DPTO. INTERNACIONAL) BNBOBOLXLPZ
28 BANCO NACIONAL DE BOLIVIA LA PAZ (TRESORERIA) BNBOBOLXTES
29 BANCO NACIONAL DE BOLIVIA ORURO (DEPARTAMENTO INTERNACIONAL) BNBOBOLXORU
30 BANCO NACIONAL DE BOLIVIA POTOSI (DEPARTAMENTO INTERNACIONAL) BNBOBOLXPOI
31 BANCO NACIONAL DE BOLIVIA SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA (DPTO. INTERNACIONAL) BNBOBOLXSCZ
32 BANCO NACIONAL DE BOLIVIA SUCRE (DEPARTAMENTO INTERNACIONAL) BNBOBOLXSRE
33 BANCO NACIONAL DE BOLIVIA TARIJA (DEPARTAMENTO INTERNACIONAL) BNBOBOLXTJA
34 BANCO PRODEM S.A. LA PAZ BPRMBOLP
35 BANCO PYME DE LA COMUNIDAD S.A. COCHABAMBA PYCOBO23
36 BANCO PYME ECOFUTURO S.A. LA PAZ PYEOBOLP
37 BANCO SOLIDARIO S.A. LA PAZ BSOLBOLP
38 BANCO UNION S.A. COCHABAMBA (SUCURSAL COCHABAMBA) BAUNBO22CBB
39 BANCO UNION S.A. LA PAZ BAUNBO22
40 BANCO UNION S.A. LA PAZ (SUCURSAL LA PAZ) BAUNBO22LPZ
41 BANCO UNION S.A. SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA (SUCURSAL SANTA CRUZ) BAUNBO22SCZ

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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)
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