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Turkey Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 7

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
301 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) NAZILLI (NAZILLI BRANCH) INGBTRIS121
302 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) NEVSEHIR (NEVSEHIR BRANCH) INGBTRIS292
303 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) NIGDE (NIGDE BRANCH) INGBTRIS284
304 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ORDU (ORDU BRANCH) INGBTRIS243
305 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) OSMANIYE (OSMANIYE BRANCH) INGBTRIS272
306 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) POLATLI (POLATLI BRANCH) INGBTRIS271
307 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SALIHLI (SALIHLI BRANCH) INGBTRIS123
308 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SAMSUN (ATAKUM BRANCH) INGBTRIS781
309 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SAMSUN (SAMSUN BRANCH) INGBTRIS139
310 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SANLIURFA (SANLIURFA BRANCH) INGBTRIS180
311 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SIIRT (SIIRT BRANCH) INGBTRIS353
312 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SINCAN (SINCAN BRANCH) INGBTRIS448
313 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SIVAS (SIVAS BRANCH) INGBTRIS245
314 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SOKE (SOKE BRANCH) INGBTRIS276
315 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SOMA (SOMA BRANCH) INGBTRIS124
316 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TARSUS (TARSUS BRANCH) INGBTRIS242
317 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TEKIRDAG (CERKEZKOY BRANCH) INGBTRIS489
318 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TEKIRDAG (TEKIRDAG BRANCH) INGBTRIS248
319 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TOKAT (TOKAT BRANCH) INGBTRIS285
320 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TRABZON (TRABZON BRANCH) INGBTRIS173
321 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) URLA (URLA BRANCH) INGBTRIS126
322 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) USAK (USAK BRANCH) INGBTRIS127
323 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) YALOVA (YALOVA BRANCH) INGBTRIS324
324 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ZONGULDAK (ZONGULDAK BRANCH) INGBTRIS182
325 INTESA SANPAOLO ISTANBUL BRANCH ISTANBUL EFT MERKEZI BCITTRIS
326 IS YATIRIM MENKUL DEGERLER AS ISTANBUL ISISTRIS
327 ISTANBUL ODEME KURULUSU A.S. ISTANBUL ISOKTRIS
328 ISTANBUL TAKAS VE SAKLAMA BANKASI A.S. ISTANBUL EFT MERKEZI TVSBTRIS
329 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., ISTANBUL BRANCH ISTANBUL (TELEX AND S.W.I.F.T. MESSAGE ENQUIRIES) CHASTRISENQ
330 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., ISTANBUL BRANCH ISTANBUL EFT MERKEZI CHASTRIS
331 KUVEYT TURK KATILIM BANKASI A.S. ISTANBUL EFT MERKEZI KTEFTRIS
332 LC WAIKIKI MAGAZACILIK HIZMETLERI TICARET ANONIM SIRKETI ISTANBUL WMHTTRIS
333 MERKEZI KAYIT KURULUSU A.S. ISTANBUL EMKT MERKEZI MKKCTRIS
334 MERRILL LYNCH YATIRIM BANK AS ISTANBUL MEYYTRISMMD
335 MERRILL LYNCH YATIRIM BANK AS ISTANBUL (MLYB) MEYYTRISMLB
336 MERRILL LYNCH YATIRIM BANK AS ISTANBUL (TREASURY) MEYYTRISIST
337 MERRILL LYNCH YATIRIM BANK AS ISTANBUL EFT MERKEZI MEYYTRIS
338 MORGAN STANLEY MENKUL DEGERLER ANONIM SIRKETI ISTANBUL MSMDTRIS
339 MUFG BANK TURKEY A.S. ISTANBUL EFT MERKEZI BOTKTRIS
340 NUROL INVESTMENT BANK INC. (NUROL YATIRIM BANKASI A.S.) ISTANBUL EFT MERKEZI NUROTRIS
341 ODEABANK A.S. ISTANBUL EFT Merkezi ODEATRIS
342 PASHA YATIRIM BANKASI A.S. ISTANBUL EFT MERKEZI PAHATRIS
343 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ADANA (ADANA BRANCH) FNNBTRISADA
344 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ANKARA (ANKARA BRANCH) FNNBTRISANK
345 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ANKARA (NECATIBEY BRANCH) FNNBTRISNCT
346 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ANKARA (SITELER BRANCH) FNNBTRISSIT
347 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ANKARA (ULUS BRANCH) FNNBTRISAUS
348 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ANTAKYA (ANTAKYA BRANCH) FNNBTRISATK
349 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ANTALYA (ANTALYA BRANCH) FNNBTRISANT
350 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ANTALYA (MANAVGAT BRANCH) FNNBTRISMNV


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.