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Brazil Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Brazil. 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
101 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. RIBEIRAO PRETO (GECEX RIBEIRAO PRETO) BRASBRRJRPO
102 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. RIO DE JANEIRO (ACCOUNT RECONCILIATION AND STATEMENTS (COGER)) BRASBRRJCGR
103 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. RIO DE JANEIRO (ACCOUNT RECONCILIATION AND STATEMENTS) BRASBRRJRJ1
104 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. RIO DE JANEIRO (ADR AMERICAN DEPOSITARY RECEIPTS (DIMEC) ) BRASBRRJADR
105 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. RIO DE JANEIRO (GECEX RIO DE JANEIRO) BRASBRRJRJO
106 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. RIO DE JANEIRO (INTERNACIONAL CASH MANAGEMENT AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE (DIFIN/DIMEC)) BRASBRRJRJ3
107 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. SALVADOR (GECEX SALVADOR) BRASBRRJSDR
108 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. SAO PAULO (FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (DIRIN)) BRASBRRJIBR
109 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. SAO PAULO (GECEX SAO PAULO I) BRASBRRJSBO
110 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. SAO PAULO (GECEX SAO PAULO II) BRASBRRJSPO
111 BANCO DO BRASIL S.A. SAO PAULO (GECEX SAO PAULO III) BRASBRRJOCO
112 BANCO DO ESTADO DO PARA S.A. BELEM BELEM CENTRO BEPABRAB
113 BANCO DO ESTADO DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL S/A PORTO ALEGRE (HEAD OFFICE) BRGSBRRSPAE
114 BANCO DO ESTADO DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL S/A PORTO ALEGRE MATRIZ BRGSBRRS
115 BANCO DO NORDESTE DO BRASIL S/A BELO HORIZONTE BELO HORIZONTE BNBRBRCFBHE
116 BANCO DO NORDESTE DO BRASIL S/A FORTALEZA BNBRBRCFFLA
117 BANCO DO NORDESTE DO BRASIL S/A FORTALEZA (HEAD OFFICE) BNBRBRCF
118 BANCO DO NORDESTE DO BRASIL S/A MACEIO MACEIO CENTRO BNBRBRCFMCO
119 BANCO DO NORDESTE DO BRASIL S/A NATAL NATAL TIROL BNBRBRCFNTL
120 BANCO DO NORDESTE DO BRASIL S/A RECIFE RECIFE-AGAMENON MAGALHAES BNBRBRCFRCE
121 BANCO DO NORDESTE DO BRASIL S/A RIO DE JANEIRO RIO DE JANEIRO BNBRBRCFRJO
122 BANCO DO NORDESTE DO BRASIL S/A SALVADOR SALVADOR-COMERCIO BNBRBRCFSDR
123 BANCO DO NORDESTE DO BRASIL S/A SAO PAULO SAO PAULO BNBRBRCFSPO
124 BANCO FIBRA S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ FIBIBRSP
125 BANCO INBURSA DE INVESTIMENTOS S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ BNIIBRSP
126 BANCO INDUSTRIAL DO BRASIL S/A SAO PAULO MATRIZ BIBRBRSP
127 BANCO INDUSVAL S/A SAO PAULO MATRIZ IDVLBRSP
128 BANCO INTER SA BELO HORIZONTE MATRIZ ITEMBRSP
129 BANCO J.P. MORGAN S.A. SAO PAULO CHASBRSP
130 BANCO J.P. MORGAN S.A. SAO PAULO (DIRECT CUSTODY CLEARING) CHASBRSPDCC
131 BANCO J.P. MORGAN S.A. SAO PAULO (GLOBAL CORE CAPABILITIES) CHASBRSPGCC
132 BANCO J.P. MORGAN S.A. SAO PAULO (JPM) CHASBRSPLPQ
133 BANCO J.P. MORGAN S.A. SAO PAULO (JPMORGAN TS MANAGEMENT) CHASBRSPTSM
134 BANCO KDB DO BRASIL S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ KODBBRSP
135 BANCO KEB HANA DO BRASIL S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ KOEXBRSP
136 BANCO LUSO BRASILEIRO S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ BLBCBRSP
137 BANCO MAXIMA S.A. RIO DE JANEIRO MATRIZ BMAXBRRJ
138 BANCO MERCANTIL DO BRASIL S.A. BELO HORIZONTE MATRIZ BMBRBRRB
139 BANCO MERRILL LYNCH DE INVESTIMENTOS S.A. SAO PAULO MLBOBRSX
140 BANCO MERRILL LYNCH DE INVESTIMENTOS S.A. SAO PAULO (TRADES) MLBOBRSXTRA
141 BANCO MIZUHO DO BRASIL S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ MHCBBRSP
142 BANCO MODAL S.A. RIO DE JANEIRO MATRIZ MODABRRJ
143 BANCO MORGAN STANLEY S.A SAO PAULO MSDWBRSPTSY
144 BANCO MORGAN STANLEY S.A SAO PAULO MATRIZ MSDWBRSP
145 BANCO MUFG BRASIL S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ BOTKBRSX
146 BANCO NACIONAL DE DESENVOLVIMENTO ECONOMICO E SOCIAL - BNDES RIO DE JANEIRO DIRETORIA E EDIFICIO DE SERVICOS NACDBRRJ
147 BANCO ORIGINAL S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ BORIBRSP
148 BANCO OURINVEST S.A SAO PAULO MATRIZ OURIBRSP
149 BANCO PAN S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ BPNMBRSP
150 BANCO PAULISTA S.A. SAO PAULO MATRIZ PAULBRSP

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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)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional - 'XXX' for primary office (letters and digits)

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