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Ecuador Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Ecuador. 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
51 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. CUENCA (MONEY TRANSFER) PICHECEQ305
52 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. ESMERALDAS PICHECEQ700
53 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUARANDA (GUARANDA BRANCH) PICHECEQ370
54 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL PICHECEQ100
55 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG. ALBAN BORJA) PICHECEQ112
56 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG. ALBORADA) PICHECEQ111
57 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG. CENTENARIO SUR) PICHECEQ107
58 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG. CENTENARIO) PICHECEQ110
59 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG. CENTRO) PICHECEQ108
60 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG. LA LIBERTAD) PICHECEQ106
61 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG. MALL DEL SOL) PICHECEQ113
62 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG. URDESA) PICHECEQ114
63 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG.) PICHECEQ101
64 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG.) PICHECEQ115
65 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG.) PICHECEQ116
66 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG.) PICHECEQ117
67 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (AG.POLICENTRO) PICHECEQ118
68 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (BRANCH 119) PICHECEQ119
69 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (BRANCH 120) PICHECEQ120
70 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (BRANCH 121) PICHECEQ121
71 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (DOMESTIC OPERATIONS) PICHECEQ103
72 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS) PICHECEQ102
73 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (MONEY TRANSFER) PICHECEQ105
74 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. GUAYAQUIL (TREASURY AND SECURITIES OPERATIONS) PICHECEQ104
75 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. IBARRA (IBARRA BRANCH) PICHECEQ250
76 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. LATACUNGA (LATACUNGA BRANCH) PICHECEQ270
77 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. MACHALA PICHECEQ200
78 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. MANTA PICHECEQ600
79 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. MANTA (MONEY TRANSFER DEPT.) PICHECEQ605
80 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. OTAVALO (OTAVALO BRANCH) PICHECEQ253
81 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. PORTOVIEJO PICHECEQ610
82 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUEVEDO (QUEVEDO BRANCH) PICHECEQ804
83 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO PICHECEQ501
84 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO PICHECEQ506
85 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO PICHECEQ507
86 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. AMAZONAS) PICHECEQ511
87 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. AV. PORTUGAL) PICHECEQ514
88 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. C.C.INAQUITO) PICHECEQ519
89 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. CARONDELET) PICHECEQ517
90 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. CUMBAYA) PICHECEQ523
91 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. EL BOSQUE) PICHECEQ516
92 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. EL DORADO) PICHECEQ109
93 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. EL INCA) PICHECEQ520
94 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. GONZALEZ SUAREZ) PICHECEQ521
95 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. INAQUITO) PICHECEQ515
96 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. LA REPUBLICA) PICHECEQ513
97 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. PLAZA GRANDE) PICHECEQ510
98 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. QUICENTRO) PICHECEQ518
99 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG. VILLAFLORA) PICHECEQ522
100 BANCO PICHINCHA C.A. QUITO (AG.) PICHECEQ525

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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.