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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
251 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (TEXTILE PLAZA BRANCH) MPBLPKKA042
252 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (TIMBER MARKET BRANCH) MPBLPKKA027
253 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (TREASURY DEPT. , HEAD OFFICE) MPBLPKKA092
254 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (U.P. MORE BRANCH) MPBLPKKA080
255 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (UNIVERSITY ROAD BRANCH) MPBLPKKA050
256 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (WATER PUMP BRANCH) MPBLPKKA044
257 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI MAIN BRANCH MPBLPKKA
258 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED KASUR (KASUR BRANCH) MPBLPKKA017
259 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (BADAMI BAGH BRANCH) MPBLPKKA046
260 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (BAGHBANPURA BRANCH) MPBLPKKA067
261 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (CIRCULAR ROAD BRANCH) MPBLPKKA032
262 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (DAVIS ROAD BRANCH) MPBLPKKA053
263 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (DEFENCE BRANCH) MPBLPKKA034
264 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (GARDEN TOWN BRANCH) MPBLPKKA074
265 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (GULBERG BRANCH) MPBLPKKA025
266 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (ISLAMIC BANKING GULBERG BRANCH) MPBLPKKA082
267 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (LAHORE BRANCH) MPBLPKKA002
268 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (MAIN BOULEVARD BRANCH) MPBLPKKA061
269 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (MODEL TOWN BRANCH) MPBLPKKA048
270 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (RAIWIND ROAD BRANCH) MPBLPKKA069
271 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (RAVI ROAD BRANCH) MPBLPKKA076
272 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (SHAHRAH-E-QUAID-E-AZAM BRANCH) MPBLPKKA084
273 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED MIRPUR (MIRPUR (A.K.) BRANCH) MPBLPKKA005
274 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED MULTAN (MULTAN BRANCH) MPBLPKKA008
275 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED PESHAWAR (PESHAWAR BRANCH) MPBLPKKA003
276 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED QUETTA (QUETTA BRANCH) MPBLPKKA004
277 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED RAHIMYAR KHAN (RAHIM YAR KHAN BRANCH) MPBLPKKA016
278 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED RAWALPINDI (MURREE ROAD BRANCH) MPBLPKKA055
279 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED RAWALPINDI (RAWALPINDI BRANCH) MPBLPKKA036
280 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED SIALKOT (SIALKOT BRANCH) MPBLPKKA006
281 HABIB METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED SIALKOT (SMALL INDUSTRIAL ESTATES BRANCH) MPBLPKKA049
282 INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF CHINA, KARACHI BRANCH KARACHI SHARAH-E-FAISAL BRANCH ICBKPKKA
283 JS BANK LIMITED KARACHI SHAHEEN COMPLEX BRANCH JSBLPKKA
284 JS BANK LIMITED LAHORE (LAHORE BRANCH) JSBLPKKALHR
285 MCB BANK LIMITED FAISALABAD (CIRCULAR ROAD) MUCBPKKACRF
286 MCB BANK LIMITED GUJRANWALA (BANK SQUARE) MUCBPKKABSG
287 MCB BANK LIMITED ISLAMABAD (MAIN CIVIC CENTRE BRANCH) MUCBPKKAMCC
288 MCB BANK LIMITED KARACHI (CORPORATE BRANCH MCB TOWER, KARACHI) MUCBPKKASCK
289 MCB BANK LIMITED KARACHI (EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE) MUCBPKKAEPZ
290 MCB BANK LIMITED KARACHI (JODIA BAZAR BRANCH) MUCBPKKAJBK
291 MCB BANK LIMITED KARACHI (MAIN BRANCH) MUCBPKKAMBK
292 MCB BANK LIMITED KARACHI (NEW CHALLI BRANCH) MUCBPKKANCK
293 MCB BANK LIMITED KARACHI (TREASURY-RTGS) MUCBPKKARTG
294 MCB BANK LIMITED KARACHI MAIN BRANCH, ADAMJEE HOUSE MUCBPKKA
295 MCB BANK LIMITED LAHORE (NILA GUMBAD BRANCH) MUCBPKKANGL
296 MCB BANK LIMITED MULTAN (HUSSAIN AGAHI ROAD BRANCH) MUCBPKKAHAM
297 MCB BANK LIMITED PESHAWAR (CHOWK YADGAR) MUCBPKKACYP
298 MCB BANK LIMITED SIALKOT (TRUNK BAZAR BRANCH) MUCBPKKATBS
299 MCB ISLAMIC BANK LIMITED LAHORE MCIBPKKI
300 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED FAISALABAD (CIVIL LINES) MEZNPKKAFSD

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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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