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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
401 SEKERBANK T.A.S. ISTANBUL (ISTANBUL) SEKETR2AAIS
402 SEKERBANK T.A.S. ISTANBUL EFT MERKEZI SEKETR2A
403 SEKERBANK T.A.S. KAYSERI (SERBEST BOLGE) SEKETR2AKSB
404 Societe Generale ISTANBUL EFT MERKEZI SOGETRIS
405 STANDARD CHARTERED YATIRIM BANKASI TURK A.S. ISTANBUL EFT MERKEZI SCBLTRIS
406 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (ADANA ATIKOP BRANCH) TEBUTRIS535
407 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (ADANA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS026
408 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (ADANA CARSI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS445
409 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (ADANA CUKUROVA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS524
410 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (ADANA MOBILYACILAR BRANCH) TEBUTRIS269
411 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (ADANA TOROS BRANCH) TEBUTRIS446
412 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (ATATURK CADDESI ADANA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS117
413 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (BARKAL BRANCH) TEBUTRIS164
414 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (CEYHAN BRANCH) TEBUTRIS656
415 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (CUKUROVA KURUMSAL BRANCH) TEBUTRIS359
416 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (SAYDAM CADDESI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS206
417 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (YENI ADANA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS573
418 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADANA (YUREGIR BRANCH) TEBUTRIS156
419 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ADIYAMAN (ADIYAMAN BRANCH) TEBUTRIS281
420 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. AFYONKARAHISAR (AFYON BRANCH) TEBUTRIS116
421 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. AFYONKARAHISAR (AFYON KADINANA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS510
422 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. AFYONKARAHISAR (EMIRDAG BRANCH) TEBUTRIS755
423 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. AKSARAY (AKSARAY BRANCH) TEBUTRIS354
424 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ALANYA (ALANYA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS108
425 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. AMASYA (AMASYA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS687
426 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. AMASYA (MERZIFON BRANCH) TEBUTRIS323
427 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (ANKARA 4. KOLORDU BRANCH) TEBUTRIS285
428 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (ANKARA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS006
429 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (ANKARA OSTIM BRANCH) TEBUTRIS453
430 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (BALGAT BRANCH) TEBUTRIS150
431 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (BASKENT KURUMSAL BRANCH) TEBUTRIS456
432 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (CANKAYA ANKARA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS382
433 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (CETIN EMEC BRANCH) TEBUTRIS342
434 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (CUBUK BRANCH) TEBUTRIS761
435 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (CUKURAMBAR BRANCH) TEBUTRIS517
436 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (DEMETEVLER BRANCH) TEBUTRIS670
437 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (DIKMEN BRANCH) TEBUTRIS627
438 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (ETIMESGUT BRANCH) TEBUTRIS252
439 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (GAZIOSMANPASA ANKARA BRANCH) TEBUTRIS101
440 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (GIMAT BRANCH) TEBUTRIS230
441 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (IVEDIK BRANCH) TEBUTRIS167
442 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (KECIOREN BRANCH) TEBUTRIS308
443 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (KIZILAY BRANCH) TEBUTRIS138
444 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (MESRUTIYET CADDESI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS105
445 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (NATO YOLU BRANCH) TEBUTRIS716
446 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (NECATIBEY BRANCH) TEBUTRIS136
447 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (OSTIM BRANCH) TEBUTRIS124
448 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (POLATLI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS657
449 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (POLATLI TOPCU VE FUZE OKULU KOMUTANLIGI BRANCH) TEBUTRIS701
450 TURK EKONOMI BANKASI A.S. ANKARA (SASMAZ BRANCH) TEBUTRIS239


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.