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Indonesia Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Indonesia. 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
1 APLIKASI KARYA ANAK BANGSA, PT JAKARTA GOJKIDJA
2 BANGKOK BANK PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED JAKARTA BANGKOK BANK KC JAKARTA BKKBIDJA
3 BANK ANZ INDONESIA, P.T. JAKARTA ANZ PANIN KANTOR PUSAT ANZBIDJX
4 BANK ARTHA GRAHA INTERNASIONAL TBK, PT JAKARTA BAG KPO SUDIRMAN ARTGIDJA
5 BANK BNP PARIBAS INDONESIA, PT JAKARTA BNP PARIBAS KANTOR PUSAT BNPAIDJA
6 BANK CENTRAL ASIA JAKARTA BCA KANTOR PUSAT OPERASIONAL CENAIDJA
7 BANK CTBC INDONESIA, PT BANDUNG (BANDUNG BRANCH) CTCBIDJABDG
8 BANK CTBC INDONESIA, PT JAKARTA CHINATRUST KANTOR PUSAT CTCBIDJA
9 BANK CTBC INDONESIA, PT SURABAYA (SURABAYA BRANCH) CTCBIDJASBY
10 BANK DBS INDONESIA, PT JAKARTA (JAKARTA BRANCH) DBSBIDJAIBD
11 BANK DBS INDONESIA, PT JAKARTA DBS KANTOR PUSAT OPERASIONAL DBSBIDJA
12 BANK DBS INDONESIA, PT SURABAYA (SYRABAYA BRANCH) DBSBIDJASBY
13 BANK DKI, PT. JAKARTA BANK DKI KC SYARIAH WAHID HASYIM BDKIIDJA
14 BANK INA JAKARTA BANK INA KANTOR PUSAT IAPTIDJA
15 BANK INDONESIA JAKARTA INDOIDJ2
16 BANK INDONESIA JAKARTA (BANK DEVISA LUAR NEGERI) INDOIDJ2BLN
17 BANK INDONESIA JAKARTA HEAD OFFICE INDOIDJA
18 BANK JATENG SEMARANG PDJGIDJA
19 BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO), PT BANDUNG (BILLS PROCESSING CENTER BANDUNG) BMRIIDJA852
20 BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO), PT JAKARTA (BILLS PROCESSING CENTER JAKARTA) BMRIIDJA107
21 BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO), PT JAKARTA (HEAD OFFICE-CUSTODIAL SERVICES) BMRIIDJACUS
22 BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO), PT JAKARTA (HEAD OFFICE-EXPORT/IMPORT DEPT) BMRIIDJAEXM
23 BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO), PT JAKARTA (HEAD OFFICE-SETTLEMENT DEPT) BMRIIDJASTL
24 BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO), PT JAKARTA BANK MANDIRI KC JAKARTA GEDUNG PATRAJASA BMRIIDJA
25 BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO), PT MEDAN (BILLS PROCESSING CENTER MEDAN) BMRIIDJA853
26 BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO), PT SEMARANG (BILLS PROCESSING CENTER SEMARANG) BMRIIDJA854
27 BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO), PT SURABAYA (BILLS PROCESSING CENTER SURABAYA) BMRIIDJA851
28 BANK MEGA PT JAKARTA BANK MEGA KC JAKARTA TENDEAN MEGAIDJA
29 BANK MIZUHO INDONESIA, PT. JAKARTA BANK MIZUHO KANTOR PUSAT MHCCIDJA
30 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) AMBON (AMBON BRANCH) BNINIDJAABN
31 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BALIGE (BALIGE BRANCH) BNINIDJABLG
32 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BALIKPAPAN (BALIKPAPAN BRANCH) BNINIDJABPN
33 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BALIKPAPAN (PANDANSARI BRANCH) BNINIDJAPSB
34 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANDA ACEH (BANDA ACEH BRANCH) BNINIDJABDA
35 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANDAR LAMPUNG (BANDAR LAMPUNG BRANCH) BNINIDJABDL
36 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANDUNG (AHMAD YANI BRANCH) BNINIDJAAYI
37 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANDUNG (BANDUNG BRANCH) BNINIDJABDG
38 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANDUNG (IKIP BANDUNG BRANCH) BNINIDJAIKB
39 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANDUNG (ITB BRANCH) BNINIDJAITB
40 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANDUNG (JALAN JENDRAL SUDIRMAN BRANCH) BNINIDJAJJS
41 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANDUNG (JALAN PERINTIS KEMERDEKAAN BANDUNG BRANCH) BNINIDJAJPK
42 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANDUNG (UNPAD BR. BDG.) BNINIDJAUPB
43 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANGKO (BANGKO BRANCH) BNINIDJABKO
44 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANJAR (BANJAR BRANCH) BNINIDJABJR
45 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANJARBARU (BANJARBARU BRANCH) BNINIDJABBR
46 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANJARMASIN (BANJARMASIN BRANCH) BNINIDJABMS
47 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANJARMASIN (PANGERAN ANTASARI BRANCH) BNINIDJAPAB
48 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BANYUWANGI (BANYUWANGI BRANCH) BNINIDJABWI
49 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BARABAI (BARABAI BRANCH) BNINIDJABBI
50 BANK NEGARA INDONESIA - PT (PERSERO) BATAM (BATAM BRANCH) BNINIDJABTM


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.