By W.H.A.| SpeedyPay.info
I’m still getting a lot of comments and messages from people asking me what the SWIFT code is for this bank or that bank. Rather than spend all my time looking up individual SWIFT codes, let me point you to the resources you can use to find the SWIFT code for any bank or financial institution.
First of all, if you have no idea what I’m talking about, you can read here to learn a little about SWIFT codes and their uses:
Secondly, see this short article on looking up SWIFT codes:
As the second article says, you can look up SWIFT codes at Swift.com’s online lookup page here:
Other ideas for finding an institution’s SWIFT code are:
- Determine the institution’s name and address. Find out if the company is part of the Swift network. If the business is not part of Swift it won’t have a Swift code assigned.
- Call the bank or financial institution for which you want the SWIFT code, and ask them. The best departments to contact will be the Trading, Wire Transfers or Securities Settlement areas of the company.