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India Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in India. 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
1951 INDIAN BANK PONDICHERRY (PONDICHERRY MAIN BRANCH) IDIBINBBPON
1952 INDIAN BANK PUNE (DECCAN GYMKHANA BRANCH) IDIBINBBGYM
1953 INDIAN BANK RAJAHMUNDRY RAJAMUNDRY IDIBINBBRJM
1954 INDIAN BANK SALEM (SALEM MAIN BRANCH) IDIBINBBSLM
1955 INDIAN BANK SURAT (IND MSME SURAT) IDIBINBBSRT
1956 INDIAN BANK THANJAVUR (THANJAVUR MAIN) IDIBINBBTJM
1957 INDIAN BANK TIRUNELVELI (TIRUNELVELI JUNCTION) IDIBINBBTJN
1958 INDIAN BANK TIRUPPUR (TIRUPPUR BRANCH) IDIBINBBTPR
1959 INDIAN BANK TRICHY (TRICHY MAIN BRANCH) IDIBINBBTCM
1960 INDIAN BANK TUTICORIN (TUTICORIN BRANCH) IDIBINBBTUT
1961 INDIAN BANK VADODARA (BARODA) (BARODA BRANCH) IDIBINBBBAR
1962 INDIAN BANK VELLORE (VELLORE MAIN BRANCH) IDIBINBBBLR
1963 INDIAN BANK VELLORE (VIT VELLORE) IDIBINBBVIT
1964 INDIAN BANK VIJAYAWADA (SURYARAOPET) IDIBINBBSUR
1965 INDIAN BANK VIRAVANALLUR (VIRAVANALLUR BRANCH) IDIBINBBVRV
1966 INDIAN BANK VIRUDUNAGAR (VIRUDUNAGAR BRANCH) IDIBINBBVRD
1967 INDIAN BANK VISAKHAPATNAM (VISAKHAPATNAM BRANCH) IDIBINBBVSK
1968 INDIAN CLEARING CORPORATION LIMITED MUMBAI IDCCINBI
1969 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK AGRA (AGRA BRANCH) IOBAINBB266
1970 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK AHMEDABAD (ASHRAM ROAD BRANCH) IOBAINBB353
1971 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK ALAPUZHA (ALAPUZHA BRANCH) IOBAINBB004
1972 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK AMRITSAR RANJIT AVENUE IOBAINBBF45
1973 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK AURANGABAD (AD BRANACH) IOBAINBB709
1974 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK BANGALORE (RESIDENCY ROAD, BANGALORE) IOBAINBB268
1975 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK BANGALORE CANTONMENT IOBAINBB011
1976 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK BHAVNAGAR (BHAVNAGAR BRANCH) IOBAINBB169
1977 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK BHILWARA (BHILWARA) IOBAINBBE87
1978 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK BHUBANESHWAR (BHUBANESHWAR BRANCH) IOBAINBB159
1979 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHANDIGARH (CHANDIGARH) IOBAINBB284
1980 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI IOBAINBB001
1981 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (ALLAHABAD) IOBAINBB350
1982 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (AUTHORISED DEALER) IOBAINBBK51
1983 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (CATHEDRAL BRANCH) IOBAINBB109
1984 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (CFEPC, CHENNAI) IOBAINBBCFC
1985 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT BRANCH) IOBAINBBA46
1986 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (ESPLANADE BRANCH) IOBAINBB048
1987 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (INDRA NAGAR) IOBAINBB876
1988 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (MARAIMALAI NAGAR) IOBAINBB761
1989 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (MUTHIALPET) IOBAINBB305
1990 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (NEHRUPARK BRANCH) IOBAINBB306
1991 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (NUNGAMBAKKAM, CHENNAI) IOBAINBB183
1992 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (PURASWALKAM) IOBAINBB075
1993 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (RANIPET INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX) IOBAINBB438
1994 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (SOWCARPET BRANCH) IOBAINBB086
1995 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (SSI GUINDY BRANCH) IOBAINBBE47
1996 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) (TREASURY, CHENNAI) IOBAINBBTSY
1997 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK CHENNAI (MADRAS) PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION DEPT IOBAINBB
1998 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK COIMBATORE (BIG BAZAAR STREET BRANCH) IOBAINBB020
1999 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK COIMBATORE (PARK SQUARE-UPPILIPALAYAM) IOBAINBB150
2000 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK COIMBATORE (SPECILIZED LARGE CORPORATE, COIMBATORE) IOBAINBBQ70


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.