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Pakistan Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Pakistan. 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 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED KARACHI (CENTRALIZED IMPORTS DEPARTMENT) ALFHPKKACID
52 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED KARACHI (CENTRALIZED ISLAMIC TRADE) ALFHPKKACIT
53 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED KARACHI (CENTRALIZED REMITTANCE DEPARTMENT) ALFHPKKACRD
54 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED KARACHI (ISLAMIC BANKING, UNI TOWERS BRANCH) ALFHPKKA505
55 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED KARACHI (TREASURY OPERATIONS (CON)) ALFHPKKATRY
56 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED KARACHI I.I. CHUNDRIGAR ROAD ALFHPKKA
57 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED LAHORE (GULBERG BRANCH, LAHORE) ALFHPKKAGBL
58 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED MULTAN (QUAID-E-AZAM ROAD BR MULTAN CANTT) ALFHPKKA285
59 BANK ALFALAH LIMITED SIALKOT (SIALKOT BRANCH) ALFHPKKASKT
60 BANK OF CHINA LIMITED KARACHI BRANCH KARACHI BKCHPKKA
61 BANK OF KHYBER, THE ABBOTTABAD (MANSEHRA ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKAMRA
62 BANK OF KHYBER, THE ATTOCK (ATTOCK BRANCH) KHYBPKKAATT
63 BANK OF KHYBER, THE FAISALABAD (KOTWALI ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKAKRF
64 BANK OF KHYBER, THE FAISALABAD (SOOSAN ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKASRF
65 BANK OF KHYBER, THE GUJRANWALA (GUJRANWALA BRANCH) KHYBPKKAGJR
66 BANK OF KHYBER, THE GUJRAT (GUJRAT BRANCH) KHYBPKKAGUJ
67 BANK OF KHYBER, THE ISLAMABAD (ISLAMABAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKAISB
68 BANK OF KHYBER, THE JHELUM (JHELUM BRANCH) KHYBPKKAJHE
69 BANK OF KHYBER, THE KARACHI (CLIFTON BRANCH) KHYBPKKACLK
70 BANK OF KHYBER, THE KARACHI (ISLAMIC BANKING DIVISION) KHYBPKKA024
71 BANK OF KHYBER, THE KARACHI (S.I.T.E BRANCH) KHYBPKKASIK
72 BANK OF KHYBER, THE KARACHI (SHAHRAH-E-FAISAL BRANCH) KHYBPKKASFK
73 BANK OF KHYBER, THE KARACHI (TREASURY OPERATIONS) KHYBPKKATRY
74 BANK OF KHYBER, THE LAHORE (DAVIS ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKADRL
75 BANK OF KHYBER, THE LAHORE (FAISAL TOWN BRANCH) KHYBPKKAFTL
76 BANK OF KHYBER, THE LAHORE (JOHAR TOWN BRANCH) KHYBPKKAJTL
77 BANK OF KHYBER, THE LAHORE (M.M. ALAM ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKAMML
78 BANK OF KHYBER, THE LAHORE (SHAH ALAM MARKET BRANCH) KHYBPKKASAL
79 BANK OF KHYBER, THE MIRPUR (MIRPUR BRANCH) KHYBPKKAMIR
80 BANK OF KHYBER, THE MULTAN (MULTAN BRANCH) KHYBPKKAMUL
81 BANK OF KHYBER, THE PESHAWAR (ASHRAF ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKAARP
82 BANK OF KHYBER, THE PESHAWAR (CITY BRANCH) KHYBPKKACTP
83 BANK OF KHYBER, THE PESHAWAR (G.T. ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKAGTP
84 BANK OF KHYBER, THE PESHAWAR (HATTAR BRANCH) KHYBPKKAHAP
85 BANK OF KHYBER, THE PESHAWAR (HAYATABAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKAHYP
86 BANK OF KHYBER, THE PESHAWAR (KHYBER BAZAR BRANCH) KHYBPKKAKBP
87 BANK OF KHYBER, THE PESHAWAR (MAIN BRANCH) KHYBPKKAPSH
88 BANK OF KHYBER, THE PESHAWAR (SADDAR ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKASRP
89 BANK OF KHYBER, THE PESHAWAR (UNIVERSITY ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKAURP
90 BANK OF KHYBER, THE PESHAWAR (WARSAK ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKAWRP
91 BANK OF KHYBER, THE PESHAWAR THE MALL CANTT KHYBPKKA
92 BANK OF KHYBER, THE QUETTA (QANDHARI BAZAR BRANCH) KHYBPKKAQBQ
93 BANK OF KHYBER, THE QUETTA (QUETTA BRANCH) KHYBPKKAQTA
94 BANK OF KHYBER, THE RAWALPINDI (BANK ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKABRR
95 BANK OF KHYBER, THE RAWALPINDI (JINNAH ROAD BRANCH) KHYBPKKAJRR
96 BANK OF KHYBER, THE SAHIWAL (SAHIWAL BRANCH) KHYBPKKASAH
97 BANK OF KHYBER, THE SARGODHA (SARGODHA BRANCH) KHYBPKKASGD
98 BANK OF KHYBER, THE SIALKOT (SIALKOT BRANCH) KHYBPKKASKT
99 BANKISLAMI PAKISTAN LIMITED KARACHI S.I.T.E BRANCH. BKIPPKKA
100 CITIBANK N.A. FAISALABAD THE MALL BRANCH FAISALABAD. CITIPKKXFAI

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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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