AXIS BANK LIMITED Branches’ Swift Codes
|AXIS BANK LIMITED||AXISINBB276||INDIA|
|AXIS BANK LIMITED||AXISINBB086||INDIA|
|AXIS BANK LIMITED||AXISINBB643||INDIA|
|AXIS BANK LIMITED||AXISINBBA03||INDIA|
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- 1 Where can I find my Axis Bank Swift code?
- 2 Is Swift code same for all branches?
- 3 Do Indian banks have swift code?
- 4 What is Bank Swift Code in India?
- 5 What is IBAN code of Axis Bank?
- 6 What is Axis Bank code?
- 7 Can I transfer money without swift code?
- 8 What happens if swift code is wrong?
- 9 How do I find my swift code?
- 10 Is Swift code and IFSC code same?
- 11 What is IBAN number for Indian banks?
- 12 Which banks have Swift codes?
Where can I find my Axis Bank Swift code?
The SWIFT code for Axis Bank is AXISINBBXXX. Please bear in mind that Axis Bank uses different SWIFT codes for the different types of banking services or branches. Kindly check with your recipient or with the bank directly to find out which one to use.
Is Swift code same for all branches?
Yes. Because every branch do not have the swift code. Mostly the head offices have the swift code. So whenever you will do a transaction you will need IFSC of specific branch and SWIFT of that branch through which your money will be transferred.
Do Indian banks have swift code?
Every Indian Bank branch has its own unique SWIFT code.
What is Bank Swift Code in India?
Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in India. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network.
SWIFT Codes for banks in India.
|Bank||ABHYUDAYA CO-OPERATIVE BANK LTD.|
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What is IBAN code of Axis Bank?
UTIB0000245 is an IFS Code of AXIS BANK. This code is assigned by the Indian Financial System to help transfer funds from bank account numbers within India and internationally.
What is Axis Bank code?
For private sector lender, Axis Bank’s 11-digit IFSC code, the first four letters will be ‘UTIB’, and the last 6 digits will represent a specific branch code. For example, the IFSC code of the Axis Bank branch on the Ground floor and mezzanine, 10/90, P block, Connaught Place, Delhi 110001, is UTIB0002193.
Can I transfer money without swift code?
The recipient BIC/SWIFT code. Without it, your bank can‘t identify the exact bank the money should go to. If you have the bank name and address, but not the BIC/SWIFT code, not to worry. Just use an online BIC/SWIFT code finder and that should help you out.
What happens if swift code is wrong?
When you enter a wrong SWIFT, then this is what will happen: Your bank will subtract the money from your account balance. Your bank tries to send it to the bank with that SWIFT code. When the SWIFT code does not exist at all, your bank will reverse the payment and put the money back into your account.
How do I find my swift code?
Where can I find my SWIFT/BIC code? You can usually find your bank’s SWIFT/BIC code in your bank account statements.
Is Swift code and IFSC code same?
The terms are used commonly in banking transaction where one needs to remit money through electronic transfer. The main difference between two terms is IFSC is needed while transferring funds within the country and SWIFT code is needed while transferring funds internationally.
What is IBAN number for Indian banks?
IBAN (International Banking Account Number) is your account number only. But in this case, you need SBI Branch SWIFT code (not IFSC code, IFSC code is applicable only in India) for international transaction, like SBI CUTTACK SWIFT code is SBININBB768. This information is enough for your international transaction.
Which banks have Swift codes?
SWIFT Codes for main United States Banks
- Bank Of America.
- Capital One.
- Chase Bank (Jp Morgan Chase)
- Fifth Third Bank.
- PNC Bank.
- Truist Bank.