Bangladesh banks SWIFT Codes
Bangladesh banks SWIFT Codes

The Bank SWIFT code is what will be used to identify a specific bank when sending messages from bank to bank, each bank has different messages they need to convey to each other and one of the best and common way is via SWIFT messaging. Each bank has its own unique swift code.

In full the word SWIFT stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication code. It normally consists of both numbers and letters.

Banks especially the one that are active in investment banking, use a lot of swifts messages to communicate. For instance, in a market there could be a the main custodian/clearing house hosting a corporate action or income event and has to communicate to other banks there will be a code on all swifts to all banks with the information required to be processed if clients have any shareholding in the events announced.

There are different types of Banking swifts the ones I am familiar with off my head from experience are MT 564, MT 565, MT 566, MT 567, MT 568, MT 599, The mentioned are types of swifts and a bank SWIFT code will be similar in all if from the same bank.

Bangladesh banks SWIFT Codes :

Bank NameSWIFT Codes
AB Bank LimitedABBLBDDH
Agrani Bank LimitedAGBKBDDH
Al-Arafah Islami Bank LimitedALARBDDH
Bangladesh Commerce Bank LimitedBCBLBDDH
Bangladesh Development Bank LimitedBDDBBDDH
Bangladesh Krishi BankBKBABDDH
Bangladesh Small Industries and Commerce Bank LimitedBKSIBDDH
Bank Alfalah LimitedALFHBDDH
Bank Asia LimitedBALBBDDH
BRAC Bank LimitedBRAKBDDH
Citibank N.ACITIBDDX
Commercial Bank of Ceylon LimitedCCEYBDDH
Dhaka Bank LimitedDHBLBDDH
Dutch-Bangla Bank LimitedDBBLBDDH
Eastern Bank LimitedEBLDBDDH
Export Import Bank of Bangladesh LimitedEXBKBDDH
First Security Islami Bank LimitedFSEBBDDH
Habib Bank LimitedHABBBDDH
ICB Islamic Bank LimitedBBSHBDDH
International Finance Invest and Commerce Bank LimitedIFICBDDH
Islami Bank Bangladesh LimitedIBBLBDDH
Jamuna Bank LimitedJAMUBDDH
Janata Bank LimitedJANBBDDH
Meghna Bank LimitedMGBLBDDH
Mercantile Bank LimitedMBLBBDDH
Midland Bank LimitedMDBLBDDH
Modhumoti Bank LimitedMODHBDDH
Mutual Trust Bank LimitedMTBLBDDH
National Bank LimitedNBLBBDDH
National Bank of PakistanNBPABDDH
National Credit & Commerce Bank LimitedNCCLBDDH
NRB Bank LimitedNRBDBDDH
NRB Commercial Bank LimitedNRBBBDDH
NRB Global Bank LimitedNGBLBDDH
One Bank LimitedONEBBDDH
Padma Bank LimitedFRMSBDDH
Prime Bank LimitedPRBLBDDH
Pubali Bank LimitedPUBABDDH
Rupali Bank LimitedRUPBBDDH
Shahjalal Islami Bank LimitedSJBLBDDH
Social Islami Bank LimitedSOIVBDDH
Sonali Bank LimitedBSONBDDH
South Bangla Agriculture & Commerce Bank LimitedSBACBDDH
Southeast Bank LimitedSEBDBDDH
Standard Bank LimitedSDBLBDDH
Standard Chartered BankSCBLBDDX
State Bank of IndiaSBINBDDH
The City Bank LimitedCIBLBDDH
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation LimitedHSBCBDDH
The Premier Bank LimitedPRMRBDDH
Trust Bank LimitedTTBLBDDH
Union Bank LimitedUBLDBDDH
United Commercial Bank LimitedUCBLBDDH
Uttara Bank LimitedUTBLBDDH
Woori Bank BangladeshHVBKBDDH

ISO 9362 (also known as SWIFT-BIC, BIC code, SWIFT ID or SWIFT code) defines a standard format of Business Identifier Codes approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). It is a unique identification code for both financial and non-financial institutions. The acronym “SWIFT” stands for the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication and the society handles the registration of these codes, ecause SWIFT originally so it is very important things. When assigned to a non-financial institution, the code may also be known as a Business Entity Identifier or BEI. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers, and also for the exchange of other messages between banks. The codes can sometimes be found on account statements.

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