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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
2301 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE KOLKATA (CALCUTTA) (OVERSEAS CALCUTTA BRANCH) ORBCINBBCAL
2302 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE KOLKATA (CALCUTTA) (PARK STREET, KOLKATA) ORBCINBBPST
2303 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE KUNDLI (KUNDLI BRANCH) ORBCINBBKUL
2304 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE LUCKNOW (SOL-0687) ORBCINBBGOM
2305 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE LUDHIANA (OVERSEAS BRANCH) ORBCINBBLDH
2306 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MALDA MALDA ORBCINBBMWB
2307 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MANGALORE (1079 MANGALORE) ORBCINBBMGL
2308 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MEERUT (B/O TRANSPORT NAGAR) ORBCINBBMET
2309 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MORADABAD (BRANCH OFFICE MORADABAD, UTTAR PRADESH) ORBCINBBMOR
2310 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MORBI (MORBI) ORBCINBBMRB
2311 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI (1042) ORBCINBBOPR
2312 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI (1045) ORBCINBBBDR
2313 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI (B/O CORPORATE GROUP FINANCE BRANCH, CUFF PARADE, MUMBAI) ORBCINBBIFB
2314 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI (B/O MALAD (WEST)) ORBCINBBMLD
2315 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI (FORT MUMBAI BRANCH) ORBCINBBFRT
2316 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI (MUMBAI) ORBCINBBMUM
2317 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI (OVERSEAS BRANCH) ORBCINBBOVS
2318 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI (OVERSEAS, ANDHERI (EAST), MUMBAI) ORBCINBBAEM
2319 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI (POWAI SOL 0632) ORBCINBBPOW
2320 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI (PRABHADEVI BRANCH) ORBCINBBPVD
2321 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI (RAIPUR) ORBCINBBRPR
2322 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE MUMBAI MUMBAI-OVERSEAS ORBCINBB
2323 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE NAGPUR (KINGSWAY NAGPUR) ORBCINBBNGP
2324 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE NAVI MUMBAI (0968 VASHI) ORBCINBBVAS
2325 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE NEW DELHI (0007) ORBCINBBEBC
2326 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE NEW DELHI (BRANCH OFFICE MANSAROVAR GARDEN N.DELHI) ORBCINBBMGD
2327 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE NEW DELHI (ISB, DELHI) ORBCINBBISB
2328 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE NEW DELHI (OVERSEAS BRANCH PANCHKUIAN ROAD,NEW DELHI) ORBCINBBOSP
2329 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE NOIDA (B/O SECTOR-18, NOIDA (U.P.)) ORBCINBBNOD
2330 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE PANIPAT (BRANCH OFFICE PANIPAT) ORBCINBBPNP
2331 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE PATIALA (B/O THE MALL) ORBCINBBPTL
2332 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE PHAGWARA (BRANCH OFFICE PHAGWARA) ORBCINBBPGA
2333 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE PUNE (1088) ORBCINBBFCP
2334 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE PUNE (BRANCH OFFICE PUNE MAIN) ORBCINBBPMS
2335 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE RAJKOT (BRANCH OFFICE RAJKOT, GUJRAT) ORBCINBBRJK
2336 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE RANCHI (KUTCHERY ROAD) ORBCINBBKUT
2337 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE ROHTAK (B/O SONEPAT ROAD, ROHTAK) ORBCINBBSRK
2338 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE SAHARANPUR (B/O SAHARANPUR) ORBCINBBSHN
2339 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE SECUNDERABAD (1041) ORBCINBBSEC
2340 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE SURAT (BRANCH OFFICE SURAT, GUJARAT) ORBCINBBSUR
2341 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE THIRUVANANTHAPURAM (M.G. ROAD, OPPOSITE GOVT. AYURVEDA COLLEGE) ORBCINBBTVK
2342 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE TIRUPPUR (BRANCH:TIRUPPUR) ORBCINBBTPR
2343 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE UDAIPUR (TOWNHALL ROAD, UDAIPUR, RAJASTHAN) ORBCINBBUDP
2344 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE VADODARA (SAYAJIGUNJ BARODA) ORBCINBBBRD
2345 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE VARANASI (SIGRA VARANASI 0834) ORBCINBBVAR
2346 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE VISAKHAPATNAM (1056) ORBCINBBVIS
2347 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE YAMUNA NAGAR (YAMUNA NAGAR) ORBCINBBYNR
2348 PT BANK MAYBANK INDONESIA TBK MUMBAI RTGS-HO IBBKINBB
2349 PUNJAB AND MAHARASHTRA CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITED BANGALORE (RAJAJI NAGAR BANGALORE) PMCBINBBBLR
2350 PUNJAB AND MAHARASHTRA CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITED DELHI (DELHI - KAROL BAGH) PMCBINBBDEL


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.