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Turkey Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 8

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
351 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. AYDIN (KUSADASI BRANCH) FNNBTRISKUS
352 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. BALIKESIR (BALIKESIR BRANCH) FNNBTRISBLS
353 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. BURSA (BURSA BRANCH) FNNBTRISBUR
354 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. DENIZLI (DENIZLI BRANCH) FNNBTRISDEN
355 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. DIYARBAKIR (DIYARBAKIR BRANCH) FNNBTRISDIY
356 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ESKISEHIR (ESKISEHIR BRANCH) FNNBTRISESK
357 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. GAZIANTEP (GAZIANTEP BRANCH) FNNBTRISGZT
358 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (ALTUNIZADE BRANCH) FNNBTRISALT
359 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (ATATURK HAVALIMANI FREE ZONE BRANCH, ISTANBUL) FNNBTRISAHL
360 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (AVCILAR BRANCH) FNNBTRISAVC
361 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (BAYRAMPASA BRANCH) FNNBTRISBAY
362 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (ELMADAG BRANCH) FNNBTRISELM
363 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (GAYRETTEPE BRANCH) FNNBTRISGAY
364 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (GAZIOSMANPASA BRANCH) FNNBTRISIGP
365 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (GUNESLI BRANCH) FNNBTRISGUN
366 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (HEAD OFFICE OPERATIONS CENTER) FNNBTRISOPS
367 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (IKITELLI BRANCH) FNNBTRISIKT
368 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (IMES BRANCH) FNNBTRISIMS
369 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (KARAKOY BRANCH) FNNBTRISKRK
370 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (KARTAL BRANCH) FNNBTRISKTL
371 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (KOZYATAGI BRANCH) FNNBTRISKOZ
372 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (LEVENT SANAYI BRANCH) FNNBTRISLSA
373 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (MAIN BRANCH AND HEAD OFFICE) FNNBTRIS
374 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (MASLAK BRANCH-ISTANBUL) FNNBTRISMSL
375 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (MECIDIYEKOY BRANCH) FNNBTRISMEC
376 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (MERTER BRANCH) FNNBTRISMRT
377 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (SULTANHAMAM BRANCH) FNNBTRISSUL
378 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (TOPKAPI BRANCH) FNNBTRISTPK
379 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. ISTANBUL (TREASURY OPERATIONS) FNNBTRISTRO
380 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. IZMIR (BORNOVA BRANCH-IZMIR) FNNBTRISBRN
381 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. IZMIR (GAZIEMIR BRANCH) FNNBTRISGMR
382 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. IZMIR (IZMIR BRANCH) FNNBTRISIZM
383 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. IZMIR (TOPTANCILAR CARSISI BRANCH) FNNBTRISTOC
384 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. KAHRAMANMARAS (KAHRAMANMARAS BRANCH) FNNBTRISKHM
385 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. KAYSERI (KAYSERI BRANCH) FNNBTRISKYS
386 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. KAYSERI (KAYSERI SANAYI BRANCH) FNNBTRISKSN
387 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. KOCAELI (GEBZE BRANCH) FNNBTRISGEB
388 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. KOCAELI (IZMIT BRANCH) FNNBTRISKOC
389 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. KONYA (KONYA BRANCH) FNNBTRISKNY
390 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. MALATYA (MALATYA BRANCH) FNNBTRISMLT
391 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. MANISA (MANISA BRANCH) FNNBTRISMAN
392 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. MERSIN (MERSIN BRANCH) FNNBTRISMRS
393 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. MUGLA (BODRUM BRANCH) FNNBTRISBOD
394 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. MUGLA (MARMARIS BRANCH) FNNBTRISMAR
395 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. SAKARYA (ADAPAZARI BRANCH) FNNBTRISADP
396 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. SAMSUN (SAMSUN BRANCH) FNNBTRISSAM
397 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. SANLIURFA (SANLIURFA BRANCH) FNNBTRISURF
398 QNB FINANSBANK A.S. TRABZON (TRABZON BRANCH) FNNBTRISTRB
399 RABOBANK ANONIM SIRKETI ISTANBUL GENEL MUDURLUK RABOTRIS
400 SEKERBANK T.A.S. ISTANBUL (ATATURK HAVA LIMANI BRANCH) SEKETR2AAHL


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.