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Ukraine Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 3

Ukraine Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Ukraine. 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
101 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' IVANO-FRANKIVSK (IVANO-FRANKIVSK REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKIVF
102 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' KHARKIV (KHARKIV REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKKHA
103 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' KHERSON (KHERSON REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKKHE
104 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' KHMELNYTSKY (KHMELNYTSKY REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKKHM
105 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' KIEV COSBUAUK
106 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' KIEV (CITI KIEV) COSBUAUKCRI
107 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' KIEV (KYIV REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKKIE
108 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' KROPYVNYTSKYI (KROPYVNYTSKYI REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKKIR
109 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' LUHANSK (LUHANSK REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKLUH
110 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' LUTSK (VOLYN REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKVOL
111 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' LVIV (LVIV REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKLVI
112 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' MYKOLAIV (MYKOLAIV REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKMYK
113 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' ODESA (ODESA REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKODE
114 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' POLTAVA (POLTAVA REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKPOL
115 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' RIVNE (RIVNE REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKRIV
116 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' SUMY (SUMY REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKSUM
117 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' TERNOPIL (TERNOPIL REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKTER
118 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' UZHHOROD (ZAKARPATTYA REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKZAK
119 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' VINNYTSIA (VINNITSIA REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKVIN
120 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' ZAPORIZHZHYA (ZAPOROZHYE REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKZAP
121 JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'STATE SAVINGS BANK OF UKRAINE' ZHYTOMYR (ZHYTOMYR REGIONAL BRANCH) COSBUAUKZHI
122 JOINT STOCK COMPANY BANK ALLIANCE KIEV ALJSUAUK
123 JOINT STOCK COMPANY UNEX BANK KIEV UNJTUAUK
124 JOINT-STOCK COMPANY 'CRYSTALBANK' KIEV CRBPUAUK
125 JOINT-STOCK COMPANY COMMERCIAL BANK 'PRAVEX-BANK' KIEV PRAVUAUK
126 JOINT-STOCK COMPANY OTP BANK KIEV OTPVUAUK
127 JSB 'CLEARING HOUSE' KIEV CLHSUAUX
128 JSB'COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL BANK' KIEV CIBFUAUK
129 JSC 'ALPARI BANK' KIEV ALPAUAUK
130 JSC 'BANK 3/4' KIEV BKVKUAUK
131 JSC 'BANK CREDIT DNEPR' KIEV CRDEUA2N
132 JSC 'COMINVESTBANK' (FORMERLY KOOPINVESTBANK LTD COMMERCIAL BANK) UZHHOROD KOOPUAUX
133 JSC 'EIB' KIEV EUOMUA2X
134 JSC 'MOTOR-BANK' ZAPORIZHZHYA MOOJUA2Z
135 JSC ALFA-BANK KIEV ALFAUAUK
136 JSC ALTBANK KIEV AVTOUA22
137 JSC ASVIO BANK CHERNIHIV CITY ASVBUA2C
138 JSC BANK AVANGARD KIEV AVGDUAUK
139 JSC BANK FORWARD KIEV FRWDUAUK
140 JSC BANK GRANT KHARKIV GRBKUA2X
141 JSC BANK GRANT KHARKIV (1ST SUBSIDIARY) GRBKUA2X011
142 JSC BANK GRANT KHARKIV (2ND SUBSIDIARY) GRBKUA2X012
143 JSC BANK GRANT KIEV GRBKUA2XKIE
144 JSC BANK TRUST-CAPITAL KIEV TCBNUAUK
145 JSC BTA BANK KIEV UCTBUAUK
146 JSC CB 'ZEMELNY CAPITAL' DNIPRO ZECPUA2N
147 JSC CB PRIVATBANK BAKHMUT (BRANCH 1) PBANUA2XGA1
148 JSC CB PRIVATBANK BAKHMUT (BRANCH 2) PBANUA2XGA2
149 JSC CB PRIVATBANK CHERKASY CITY Cherkassy Main RO PBANUA2XCHK
150 JSC CB PRIVATBANK CHERNIHIV CITY (CHERNIHIV REGIONAL BRANCH) PBANUA2XCHR


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.