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Turkey Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 11

Turkey Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Turkey. 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
501 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BOLU (BOLU BRANCH) TEBUTRIS142
502 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURDUR (BUCAK BRANCH) TEBUTRIS347
503 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURDUR (BURDUR BRANCH) TEBUTRIS273
504 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (ALTIPARMAK BRANCH) TEBUTRIS363
505 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (BESEVLER SANAYI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS120
506 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (BURSA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS017
507 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (BURSA CEKIRGE BRANCH) TEBUTRIS465
508 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (BURSA CUMHURIYET CADDESI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS587
509 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (BURSA ORGANIZE SANAYI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS384
510 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (BURSA SERBEST BOLGE BRANCH) TEBUTRIS065
511 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (BURSA YENISEHIR SUBESI) TEBUTRIS726
512 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (DEMIRTAS BRANCH) TEBUTRIS298
513 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (DEMIRTAS ORGANIZE SANAYI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS457
514 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (GEMLIK BRANCH) TEBUTRIS193
515 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (HEYKEL BRANCH) TEBUTRIS151
516 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (HURRIYET BRANCH) TEBUTRIS297
517 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (INEGOL BRANCH ) TEBUTRIS266
518 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (KARACABEY BRANCH) TEBUTRIS291
519 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (KESTEL BRANCH) TEBUTRIS315
520 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (MARMARA KURUMSAL BRANCH) TEBUTRIS058
521 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (NILUFER BRANCH) TEBUTRIS103
522 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (ORHANGAZI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS369
523 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (OZLUCE BRANCH) TEBUTRIS579
524 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (UCEVLER BRANCH) TEBUTRIS162
525 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. BURSA (YILDIRIM BRANCH) TEBUTRIS280
526 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. CANAKKALE (BAYRAMIC SUBESI) TEBUTRIS727
527 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. CANAKKALE (BIGA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS277
528 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. CANAKKALE (CANAKKALE BRANCH) TEBUTRIS185
529 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. CANKIRI (CANKIRI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS673
530 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. CORUM (CORUM BRANCH) TEBUTRIS144
531 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DENIZLI (ACIPAYAM BRANCH) TEBUTRIS742
532 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DENIZLI (BAYRAMYERI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS098
533 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DENIZLI (CINAR BRANCH) TEBUTRIS199
534 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DENIZLI (DENIZLI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS019
535 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DENIZLI (DENIZLI CIVRIL BRANCH) TEBUTRIS684
536 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DENIZLI (DENIZLI SANAYI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS551
537 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DENIZLI (DENIZLI SARAYLAR BRANCH) TEBUTRIS388
538 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DIYARBAKIR (DIYARBAKIR BRANCH) TEBUTRIS128
539 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DIYARBAKIR (DIYARBAKIR KAYAPINAR BRANCH) TEBUTRIS599
540 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DIYARBAKIR (DIYARBAKIR SUR BRANCH) TEBUTRIS480
541 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DIYARBAKIR (OFIS BRANCH) TEBUTRIS303
542 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. DUZCE (DUZCE BRANCH) TEBUTRIS287
543 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. EDIRNE (EDIRNE BRANCH) TEBUTRIS213
544 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. EDIRNE (KESAN BRANCH) TEBUTRIS294
545 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. EDIRNE (TRAKYA UNIVERSITESI SUBESI) TEBUTRIS745
546 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. EDIRNE (UZUNKOPRU BRANCH) TEBUTRIS693
547 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ELAZIG (ELAZIG BRANCH) TEBUTRIS161
548 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ELAZIG (ELAZIG HURRIYET CADDESI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS602
549 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ERZINCAN (ERZINCAN BRANCH) TEBUTRIS316
550 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ERZURUM (ERZURUM BRANCH) TEBUTRIS148


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.