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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
301 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED GUJRANWALA (GUJRANWALA BRANCH, TRADE FINANCE DEPARTMENT) MEZNPKKAGRW
302 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED ISLAMABAD (JINNAH AVENUE) MEZNPKKAISD
303 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED ISLAMABAD (MBL TFD ISD I9 MARKAZ) MEZNPKKAIS2
304 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (BIN QASIM BRANCH, TRADE FINANCE DEPARTMENT) MEZNPKKAK04
305 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (DHA PHASE II EXTENSION BRANCH, TRADE FINANCE DEPARTMENT) MEZNPKKADHA
306 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (HEAD OFFICE, GLOBAL REMITTANCE DEPARTMENT) MEZNPKKAGRD
307 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (HEAD OFFICE, TRADE FINANCE DEPARTMENT) MEZNPKKATFD
308 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (HEAD OFFICE, TREASURY BACK OFFICE) MEZNPKKATRY
309 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (KORANGI BRANCH, TRADE FINANCE DEPARTMENT) MEZNPKKAK02
310 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (MBL GRD OUTWARD REMITTANCE) MEZNPKKAGRO
311 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (MBL HO CAD) MEZNPKKACAD
312 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (MBL HO EXPORTS) MEZNPKKAEXP
313 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (MBL HO HOME REMITTANCE) MEZNPKKAHRU
314 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (NEW CHALLIE) MEZNPKKAK01
315 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI (SITE AREA BRANCH, TRADE FINANCE DEPARTMENT) MEZNPKKAK03
316 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED KARACHI PNSC BUILDING MEZNPKKA
317 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (CIRCULAR ROAD BRANCH, LAHORE, TRADE FINANCE DEPARTMENT) MEZNPKKALH2
318 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED LAHORE (GULBERG) MEZNPKKALHR
319 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED MULTAN (NAWAH SHAHER) MEZNPKKAMTN
320 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED PESHAWAR (PESHAWAR BRANCH, TRADE FINANCE DEPARTMENT) MEZNPKKAPEW
321 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED RAWALPINDI (MBL TFD RWP BANK ROAD SADDAR) MEZNPKKARWP
322 MEEZAN BANK LIMITED SIALKOT (SIALKOT BRANCH, TRADE FINANCE DEPARTMENT) MEZNPKKASKT
323 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN FAISALABAD NBPAPKKA02F
324 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN FAISALABAD (COOPRATE) NBPAPKKACOF
325 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN GUJRANWALA MAIN BRANCH GUJRAT(CA-DIB BANK LTD) NBPAPKKA02G
326 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN HYDERABAD NBPAPKKA02H
327 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN ISLAMABAD NBPAPKKA02I
328 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN ISLAMABAD (CORPORATE) NBPAPKKASMB
329 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN KARACHI (CORPORATE BRANCH) NBPAPKKACPB
330 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN KARACHI (HEAD OFFICE) NBPAPKKAITD
331 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN KARACHI (HEAD OFFICE) NBPAPKKA
332 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN KARACHI (MAIN BRANCH) NBPAPKKAMBR
333 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN KARACHI (OVERSEAS BANKING OPERATIONS-HEAD OFFICE KARACHI) NBPAPKKANEC
334 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN LAHORE (COOPRATE BRANCH) NBPAPKKACBL
335 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN LAHORE MAIN BRANCH NBPAPKKA02L
336 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN MIRPUR (MAIN BRANCH/CORPORATE BRANCH) NBPAPKKA02U
337 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN MULTAN NBPAPKKA02M
338 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN MULTAN (COOPRATE BRANCH) NBPAPKKACBM
339 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN MUZAFFARABAD NBPAPKKA02Z
340 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN PESHAWAR MAIN BRANCH CANTT ( MAIN BR.) NBPAPKKA02P
341 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN QUETTA NBPAPKKA02Q
342 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN RAWALPINDI NBPAPKKA02R
343 NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN SIALKOT (DISTRICT COURT BRANCH) NBPAPKKA02S
344 SAMBA BANK LIMITED KARACHI BAHRIA COMPLEX BRANCH SAMBPKKA
345 SILKBANK LIMITED KARACHI KARACHI BR. SAUDPKKA
346 SINDH BANK LIMITED KARACHI MAIN BRANCH SINDPKKA
347 SONERI BANK LIMITED BAHAWALPUR (BAHAWALPUR BRANCH) SONEPKKABWP
348 SONERI BANK LIMITED FAISALABAD (MAIN BRANCH,FAISALABAD) SONEPKKAFSD
349 SONERI BANK LIMITED GUJRANWALA (MAIN BRANCH GUNJRANWALA) SONEPKKAGJR
350 SONERI BANK LIMITED HYDERABAD (MAIN BRANCH, HYDERABAD) SONEPKKAHYD

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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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