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Brazil Bank SWIFT Codes

Brazil Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Brazil. Only codes which are actively connected to the SWIFT network are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


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ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
1 AMAGGI EXPORTACAO E IMPORTACAO LTDA CUIABA AMXIBRDF
2 B3 S.A. - BRASIL, BOLSA, BALCAO SAO PAULO XBMFBRSP
3 B3 S.A. - BRASIL, BOLSA, BALCAO SAO PAULO (DEPARTAMENTO DE CUSTODIA) XBMFBRSPDBL
4 B3 S.A. - BRASIL, BOLSA, BALCAO SAO PAULO (DIRETORIA DE LIQUIDACAO E CUSTODIA) XBMFBRSPCRD
5 BAHIA AM RENDA VARIAVEL LTDA RIO DE JANEIRO BBMIBRRJ
6 BANCO ABC BRASIL S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ ABCBBRSP
7 BANCO ABN AMRO S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ ABNABRSP
8 BANCO ALFA DE INVESTIMENTO S.A., SAO PAULO SAO PAULO SEDE AUFABRSP
9 BANCO B3 S.A. SAO PAULO BBMFBRSPDBL
10 BANCO B3 S.A. SAO PAULO BBMFBRSP
11 BANCO BMG S/A SAO PAULO MATRIZ BMBCBRSP
12 BANCO BNP PARIBAS BRASIL S/A BRASILIA (BANCO BNP PARIBAS BRASIL S/A) BNPABRSPB2S
13 BANCO BNP PARIBAS BRASIL S/A SAO PAULO (SAO PAOLO BRANCH) BNPABRSP
14 BANCO BNP PARIBAS BRASIL S/A SAO PAULO (WEALTH MANAGMENT) BNPABRSPCWM
15 BANCO BOCOM BBM S.A. RIO DE JANEIRO BBINBRRJ
16 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. BELEM SAO BRAZ,URB.BELEM, PA BBDEBRSPBLM
17 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. BELO HORIZONTE RUA CURITIBA,URB.BELO HORIZONTE, MG BBDEBRSPBHE
18 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. BLUMENAU PRIME BLUMENAU, URB. BLUMENAU, SC BBDEBRSPBNU
19 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. BRASILIA SETOR INDUSTRIAL,URB.BRASILIA, DF BBDEBRSPBSA
20 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. CAMPINAS TAQUARAL BBDEBRSPCAS
21 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. CURITIBA PINHEIRINHO, URB. CURITIBA, PR BBDEBRSPCTA
22 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. FORTALEZA FORTALEZA DE MINAS BBDEBRSPFLA
23 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. FRANCA CIDADE NOVA,URB.FRANCA, SP BBDEBRSPFAC
24 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. JOINVILLE SHOPPING AMERICANAS,URB.JOINVILLE, SC BBDEBRSPJVE
25 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. MANAUS EDUARDO RIBEIRO,URB.MANAUS, AM BBDEBRSPMNS
26 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. NOVO HAMBURGO AGENCIA CORPORATE NOVO HAMBURGO, RS BBDEBRSPNHO
27 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. OSASCO (DAC ENQUADRAMENTO) BBDEBRSPENQ
28 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. OSASCO (DEPARTAMENTO DE ACOES E CUSTODIA) BBDEBRSPDAC
29 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. OSASCO (PROCYON) BBDEBRSPPCY
30 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. OSASCO (TES-TREASURY) BBDEBRSPTES
31 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. PORTO ALEGRE PORTO ALEGRE, CENTRO, RS BBDEBRSPPAE
32 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. RECIFE CAXANGA,URB.RECIFE, PE BBDEBRSPRCE
33 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. RIO DE JANEIRO LARANJEIRAS,URB.RIO DE JANEIRO, RJ BBDEBRSPRJO
34 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. SALVADOR GRACA,URB.SALVADOR, BA BBDEBRSPSDR
35 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. SANTOS BOQUEIRAO BBDEBRSPSTS
36 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. SAO PAULO (BANK RECONCILIATION) BBDEBRSPCON
37 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. SAO PAULO (BRADEX) BBDEBRSPBEX
38 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. SAO PAULO (BRANCH) BBDEBRSPSPO
39 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. SAO PAULO (CASH MANAGEMENT) BBDEBRSPCSH
40 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. SAO PAULO (CASH MANAGEMENT) BBDEBRSPBGS
41 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. SAO PAULO (HEAD OFFICE) BBDEBRSPOCO
42 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. SAO PAULO (MATRIZ) BBDEBRSPMTZ
43 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ BBDEBRSP
44 BANCO BRADESCO S.A. VITORIA PALACIO DO CAFE,URB.VITORIA, ES BBDEBRSPVTA
45 BANCO BRADESCO SA (FORMERLY KIRTON BANK S.A. - BANCO MULTIPLO) BELEM BCBBBRPRBLM
46 BANCO BRADESCO SA (FORMERLY KIRTON BANK S.A. - BANCO MULTIPLO) BELO HORIZONTE BCBBBRPRBHE
47 BANCO BRADESCO SA (FORMERLY KIRTON BANK S.A. - BANCO MULTIPLO) BLUMENAU BCBBBRPRBNU
48 BANCO BRADESCO SA (FORMERLY KIRTON BANK S.A. - BANCO MULTIPLO) CAMPINAS BCBBBRPRCAS
49 BANCO BRADESCO SA (FORMERLY KIRTON BANK S.A. - BANCO MULTIPLO) CURITIBA BCBBBRPRCTA
50 BANCO BRADESCO SA (FORMERLY KIRTON BANK S.A. - BANCO MULTIPLO) CURITIBA (HEAD OFFICE) BCBBBRPR


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.