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China Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in China. 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
801 BANK OF SANXIANG CHANGSHA SAXGCNBC
802 BANK OF SHANGHAI BEIJING BEIJING BRANCH BOSHCNSHBJA
803 BANK OF SHANGHAI CHENGDU CHENG DU BRANCH BOSHCNSHCDA
804 BANK OF SHANGHAI HANGZHOU HANGZHOU BRANCH BOSHCNSHHZA
805 BANK OF SHANGHAI NANJING NANJING BRANCH BOSHCNSHNJA
806 BANK OF SHANGHAI NINGBO NINGBO BRANCH BOSHCNSHNBA
807 BANK OF SHANGHAI SHANGHAI BANK OF SHANGHAI, ASSETS CUSTODY SERVICES BOSHCNSHACS
808 BANK OF SHANGHAI SHANGHAI FREE TRADE ACCOUNTING UNIT BOSHCNSHFTU
809 BANK OF SHANGHAI SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BOSHCNSH
810 BANK OF SHANGHAI SHANGHAI PILOT FREE TRADE ZONE BRANCH BOSHCNSHFTZ
811 BANK OF SHANGHAI SHENZHEN SHENZHEN BRANCH BOSHCNSHSZA
812 BANK OF SHANGHAI SUZHOU SUZHOU BRANCH BOSHCNSHSUA
813 BANK OF SHANGHAI TIANJIN TIANJIN BRANCH BOSHCNSHTJA
814 BANK OF SHAOXING CO.,LTD (FORMERLY SHAOXING CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) SHAOXING SXCBCN2X
815 BANK OF SUZHOU CO.,LTD SUZHOU DWRBCNSU
816 BANK OF TAIAN TAIAN TABKCNBJ
817 BANK OF TAIWAN FUZHOU BRANCH FUZHOU BKTWCNBF
818 BANK OF TAIWAN SHANGHAI BRANCH SHANGHAI BKTWCNSH
819 BANK OF TAIWAN, GUANGZHOU BRANCH GUANGZHOU BKTWCN22
820 BANK OF TAIZHOU TAIZHOU TZBKCNBT
821 BANK OF TANGSHAN CO.,LTD. TANGSHAN BOTSCNBJ
822 BANK OF THE ORIENT, XIAMEN BRANCH XIAMEN BOFOCNBA
823 BANK OF TIANJIN CO., LTD. SHANGHAI BANK OF TIANJIN SHANGHAI BRANCH FREE TRADE UNIT TCCBCNBTFTS
824 BANK OF TIANJIN CO., LTD. TIANJIN TCCBCNBT
825 BANK OF TIANJIN CO., LTD. TIANJIN TIANJIN PILOT FREE TRADE ZONE BRANCH TCCBCNBTFTT
826 BANK OF URUMQI (FORMERLY URUMQI CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) URUMQI UCCBCNBJ
827 BANK OF WEIFANG (FORMERLY WEIFANG CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) QINGDAO QINGDAO BRANCH WFCBCNBNQDO
828 BANK OF WEIFANG (FORMERLY WEIFANG CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) WEIFANG WFCBCNBN
829 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) HANGZHOU HANGZHOU BRANCH WZCBCNSHHAN
830 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) JINHUA BANK OF WENZHOU CO.,LTD JINHUA BRANCH WZCBCNSHJIN
831 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) LISHUI BANK OF WENZHOU CO.,LTD LISHUI BRANCH WZCBCNSHLIS
832 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) NINGBO NINGBO BRANCH WZCBCNSHNBB
833 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) QUZHOU BANK OF WENZHOU CO.,LTD QUZHOU BRANCH WZCBCNSHQUZ
834 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) SHANGHAI SHANGHAI BRANCH WZCBCNSHSHA
835 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) SHAOXING BANK OF WENZHOU SHAOXING BRANCH WZCBCNSHSHX
836 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) TAIZHOU BANK OF WENZHOU TAIZHOU BRANCH WZCBCNSHTAI
837 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) WENZHOU WZCBCNSH
838 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) WENZHOU BANK OF WENZHOU CO.,LTD LUCHENG BRANCH WZCBCNSHLUC
839 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) WENZHOU BANK OF WENZHOU CO.,LTD WENZHOU BRANCH WZCBCNSHWEN
840 BANK OF WENZHOU (FORMERLY WENZHOU CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) ZHOUSHAN BANK OF WENZHOU CO.,LTD ZHOUSHAN BRANCH WZCBCNSHZHO
841 BANK OF XI'AN (FORMERLY XI'AN CITY COMMERCIAL BANK) XIAN IXABCNBX
842 BANK OF XINGTAI CO.,LTD XINGTAI BXINCNBJ
843 BANK OF YINGKOU YINGKOU YKCBCNBJ
844 BANK OF ZHANGJIAKOU CO.,LTD. ZHANGJIAKOU ZCBCCNBZ
845 BANK OF ZHENGZHOU CO.,LTD. ZHENGZHOU ZZBKCNBZ
846 BANK SINOPAC (CHINA) LTD. NANJING SINOCNBN
847 BAOWU GROUP FINANCE CO., LTD. SHANGHAI BGFOCNSH
848 BARCLAYS BANK PLC, SHANGHAI BRANCH SHANGHAI BARCCNSH
849 BEIJING RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK BEIJING BRCBCNBJ
850 BEIJING XIAOJU TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. BEIJING BXTECNBJ

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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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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.