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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
351 BANK OF CHINA WEIHAI (WEIHAI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ51D
352 BANK OF CHINA WENZHOU (WENZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ92B
353 BANK OF CHINA WUHAN (HANKOU SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ61A
354 BANK OF CHINA WUHU (WUHU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ79A
355 BANK OF CHINA WUXI (WUXI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ95C
356 BANK OF CHINA WUZHOU (WUZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ49A
357 BANK OF CHINA XI'AN (SHAANXI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ620
358 BANK OF CHINA XIAMEN (XIAMEN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ73A
359 BANK OF CHINA XIANGTAN (XIANGTAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ98D
360 BANK OF CHINA XINHUI (XINHUI SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ44L
361 BANK OF CHINA XINING (QINGHAI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ280
362 BANK OF CHINA YANGJIANG (YANGJIANG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ42W
363 BANK OF CHINA YANGZHOU (YANGZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ95H
364 BANK OF CHINA YANJI (YANJI SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ85C
365 BANK OF CHINA YANTAI (YANTAI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ51A
366 BANK OF CHINA YINCHUAN (NINGXIA BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ260
367 BANK OF CHINA YINGKOU (YINGKOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ82C
368 BANK OF CHINA YULIN (YULIN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ49G
369 BANK OF CHINA ZHANGJIAGANG (ZHANGJIAGANG SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ95L
370 BANK OF CHINA ZHANGJIAJIE (ZHANGJIAJIE BRANCH)) BKCHCNBJ98S
371 BANK OF CHINA ZHANGZHOU (ZHANGZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ73D
372 BANK OF CHINA ZHANJIANG (ZHANJIANG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ43P
373 BANK OF CHINA ZHAOQING (ZHAOQING BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ43A
374 BANK OF CHINA ZHENGZHOU (HENAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ530
375 BANK OF CHINA ZHENJIANG (ZHENJIANG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ95D
376 BANK OF CHINA ZHONGSHAN (ZHONGSHAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ44T
377 BANK OF CHINA ZHOUSHAN (ZHOUSHAN BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ92E
378 BANK OF CHINA ZHUHAI (HENGQIN FREE TRADE ZONE BRANCH) BKCHCNBJGHQ
379 BANK OF CHINA ZHUHAI (ZHUHAI BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ45P
380 BANK OF CHINA ZHUZHOU (ZHUZHOU BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ98C
381 BANK OF CHINA GUANGDONG BRANCH GUANGZHOU (GUANGDONG BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ400
382 BANK OF CHINA GUANGZHOU BRANCH GUANGZHOU (GUANGZHOU YANJIANG SUB-BRANCH) BKCHCNBJ42A
383 BANK OF CHINA TRAVEL SERVICE CO., LTD JIAOZUO JIAOZUO JICCCNSJ
384 BANK OF CHONGQING CHONGQING CQCBCN22
385 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS AKSU (AKSU BRANCH) COMMCNSHAKS
386 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS ANQING (ANQING BRANCH) COMMCNSHAQG
387 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS ANSHAN (ANSHAN BRANCH) COMMCNSHASN
388 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS ANYANG (ANYANG BRANCH) COMMCNSHAYG
389 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS BAISE (BAISE BRANCH) COMMCNSHBSE
390 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS BAODING (BAODING BRANCH) COMMCNSHBDG
391 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS BAODING (HEBEI XIONGAN BRANCH) COMMCNSHIAA
392 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS BAOJI (BAOJI BRANCH) COMMCNSHBJI
393 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS BAOTOU (BAOTOU BRANCH) COMMCNSHBTU
394 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS BEIHAI (BEIHAI BRANCH) COMMCNSHBHI
395 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS BEIJING (BEIJING MUNICIPAL BRANCH ) COMMCNSHBJG
396 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS BENGBU (BENGBU BRANCH) COMMCNSHBBU
397 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS BIJIE (BIJIE BRANCH) COMMCNSHBJE
398 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS BINZHOU (BINZHOU BRANCH) COMMCNSHBIN
399 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS BOZHOU (BOZHOU BRANCH) COMMCNSHBOZ
400 BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS CANGZHOU (CANGZHOU BRANCH) COMMCNSHCAN

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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.