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China Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in China. 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
251 BANK OF CHINA CHANGCHUN (CHANGCHUN WEIFENG INTERNATIONAL PLAZA SUB BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ85A
252 BANK OF CHINA CHANGCHUN (JILIN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ840
253 BANK OF CHINA CHANGSHA (HUNAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ970
254 BANK OF CHINA CHANGZHOU (CHANGZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ95E
255 BANK OF CHINA CHAOZHOU (CHAOZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ41P
256 BANK OF CHINA CHENGDU (SICHUAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ570
257 BANK OF CHINA CHONGQING (CHONGQING BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ59A
258 BANK OF CHINA DALIAN (BANK OF CHINA,DALIAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ81A
259 BANK OF CHINA DALIAN (DALIAN ZHONGSHAN SQUARE SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ82N
260 BANK OF CHINA DALIAN (K.F.Q. BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ82H
261 BANK OF CHINA DANDONG (DANDONG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ82B
262 BANK OF CHINA DAQING (DAQING BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ87D
263 BANK OF CHINA DONG SHENG (DONG SHENG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ89C
264 BANK OF CHINA DONGGUAN (DONGGUAN SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ44W
265 BANK OF CHINA FANGCHENGGANG (FANGCHENGGANG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ49H
266 BANK OF CHINA FOSHAN (FOSHAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ44A
267 BANK OF CHINA FUQING (FUQING BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ73L
268 BANK OF CHINA FUZHOU (BANK OF CHINA FU ZHOU(FU ZHOU BRANCH)) BKCHCNBJ73E
269 BANK OF CHINA FUZHOU (BANK OF CHINA LIMITED FTU FUJIAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJF20
270 BANK OF CHINA FUZHOU (FUJIAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ720
271 BANK OF CHINA FUZHOU (FUJIAN PILOT FREE TRADE ZONE FUZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ73M
272 BANK OF CHINA GUANGZHOU (BANK OF CHINA LIMITED FTU GUANGDONG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJF30
273 BANK OF CHINA GUANGZHOU (GUANGZHOU K.F.Q. BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ42G
274 BANK OF CHINA GUILIN (GUILIN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ49C
275 BANK OF CHINA GUIYANG (GUIZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ240
276 BANK OF CHINA HAIKOU (FTU BANK OF CHINA HAINAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJF50
277 BANK OF CHINA HAIKOU (HAINAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ740
278 BANK OF CHINA HAILAR (HAILAR BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ89D
279 BANK OF CHINA HANGZHOU (QINGCHUN SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ92C
280 BANK OF CHINA HANGZHOU (ZHEJIANG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ910
281 BANK OF CHINA HANKOU (HUBEI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ600
282 BANK OF CHINA HARBIN (HEILONGJIANG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ860
283 BANK OF CHINA HARBIN (ZHAOLIN SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ87A
284 BANK OF CHINA HEFEI (ANHUI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ780
285 BANK OF CHINA HEIHE (HEIHE BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ87F
286 BANK OF CHINA HESHAN (HESHAN SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ44N
287 BANK OF CHINA HOHHOT (INNER MONGOLIA BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ880
288 BANK OF CHINA HUIZHOU (HUIZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ47A
289 BANK OF CHINA HUZHOU (HUZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ92G
290 BANK OF CHINA JIAMUSI (JIAMUSI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ87B
291 BANK OF CHINA JIANGMEN (JIANGMEN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ44K
292 BANK OF CHINA JIAXING (JIAXING BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ92F
293 BANK OF CHINA JILIN (JILIN CITY BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ85B
294 BANK OF CHINA JINAN (JINAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ51B
295 BANK OF CHINA JINAN (SHANDONG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ500
296 BANK OF CHINA JINGDEZHEN (JINGDEZHEN SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ56A
297 BANK OF CHINA JINHUA (JINHUA BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ92H
298 BANK OF CHINA JINZHOU (JINZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ82F
299 BANK OF CHINA KAIPING (KAIPING SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ44P
300 BANK OF CHINA KUNMING (YUNNAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ640


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.