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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
301 BANK OF CHINA LANZHOU (GANSU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ660
302 BANK OF CHINA LHASA (TIBET BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ900
303 BANK OF CHINA LIANYUNGANG (LIANYUNGANG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ95A
304 BANK OF CHINA LIUZHOU (LIUZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ49D
305 BANK OF CHINA MA'ANSHAN (MA'ANSHAN SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ79C
306 BANK OF CHINA MANZHOULI (MANZHOULI SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ89K
307 BANK OF CHINA MAOMING (MAOMING BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ42P
308 BANK OF CHINA MEIZHOU (MEIZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ47K
309 BANK OF CHINA MUDANJIANG (MUDANJIANG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ87E
310 BANK OF CHINA NANCHANG (JIANGXI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ550
311 BANK OF CHINA NANHAI (NANHAI SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ44E
312 BANK OF CHINA NANJING (BANK OF CHINA NANJING BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ95I
313 BANK OF CHINA NANJING (JIANGSU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ940
314 BANK OF CHINA NANNING (GUANGXI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ480
315 BANK OF CHINA NANTONG (NANTONG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ95G
316 BANK OF CHINA NINGBO (NINGBO BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ92A
317 BANK OF CHINA PINGTAN (BANK OF CHINA FUJIAN PILOTFREE TRADE ZONE PING TAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ73T
318 BANK OF CHINA PUTIAN (PUTIAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ73C
319 BANK OF CHINA QINGDAO (BANK OF CHINA,QINGDAO BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ50A
320 BANK OF CHINA QINHUANGDAO (QINHUANGDAO BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ23A
321 BANK OF CHINA QIQIHAR (QIQIHAR BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ87C
322 BANK OF CHINA QUANZHOU (QUANZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ73B
323 BANK OF CHINA RIZHAO (RIZHAO BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ51E
324 BANK OF CHINA SANSHUI (SANSHUI SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ44C
325 BANK OF CHINA SANYA (SANYA BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ75A
326 BANK OF CHINA SHANGHAI (FTU SHANGHAI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJF00
327 BANK OF CHINA SHANGHAI (SHANGHAI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ300
328 BANK OF CHINA SHANGHAI (SHANGHAI RMB TRADING UNIT) BKCHCNBJS00
329 BANK OF CHINA SHANTOU (SHANTOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ41A
330 BANK OF CHINA SHAOGUAN (SHAOGUAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ46P
331 BANK OF CHINA SHAOXING (SHAOXING BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ92D
332 BANK OF CHINA SHEKOU (SHEKOU SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ45B
333 BANK OF CHINA SHENYANG (LIAONING BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ810
334 BANK OF CHINA SHENYANG (SHENYANG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ82A
335 BANK OF CHINA SHENZHEN (BANK OF CHINA LIMITED FTU SHENZHEN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJF40
336 BANK OF CHINA SHENZHEN (SHENZHEN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ45A
337 BANK OF CHINA SHIJIAZHUANG (HEBEI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ220
338 BANK OF CHINA SHUNDE (SHUNDE BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ44B
339 BANK OF CHINA SHUOZHOU (PINGSHUO SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ69A
340 BANK OF CHINA SUZHOU (SUZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ95B
341 BANK OF CHINA TAISHAN (TAISHAN SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ44M
342 BANK OF CHINA TAIYUAN (SHANXI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ680
343 BANK OF CHINA TAIZHOU (TAIZHOU BRANCH, JIANGSU PROVINCE) BKCHCNBJ95N
344 BANK OF CHINA TAIZHOU (TAIZHOU BRANCH, ZHEJIANG PROVINCE) BKCHCNBJ92J
345 BANK OF CHINA TANGGU (TIANJIN BINHAI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ21A
346 BANK OF CHINA TANGSHAN (TANGSHAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ23H
347 BANK OF CHINA TIANJIN (BANK OF CHINA LIMITED FTU TIANJIN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJF10
348 BANK OF CHINA TIANJIN (TIANJIN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ200
349 BANK OF CHINA URUMQI (HX XINJIANG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJHX0
350 BANK OF CHINA URUMQI (XINJIANG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ760

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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.