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(mumbai Abdul Rehman Street Branch) CANARA BANK View
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(mumbai Foreign Department (north)) CANARA BANK View
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(mumbai Fort Branch) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Fort Market (frere Road) Branch) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Girgaum Branch) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Kakad Market) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Khar) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Mandvi Branch) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Nariman Point Branch) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai New Marine Lines) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Overseas Branch) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Queens Road Branch) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Sakinaka Sme) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Sakinaka) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Tamarind Lane Branch) CANARA BANK View
(mumbai Worli Branch) CANARA BANK View
(pcb Iii Bandra Kurla Complex 400 051) CANARA BANK View
(prime Corporate I) CANARA BANK View
(reconciliation Section Id Mumbai) CANARA BANK View
(specialised Prime Corporate Branch) CANARA BANK View
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What is SWIFT code

SWIFT code is an international bank code that identifies particular bank worldwide. This code is essential for performing international banking transactions. It's also known as a Bank Identifier Code (BIC). A SWIFT code consists of 8 or 11 characters. BICs and SWIFT Codes can be used interchangeably and are one and the same thing.

What does SWIFT stand for

SWIFT stands for the “Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication”.

How many digits are there in a SWIFT code

A SWIFT code is a popular term for a Bank Identifier Code (BIC). It is an eight- or11-digit code that identifies your country, city, bank, and (11-digit only) branch.

  • The first four characters (alphabets) depict the bank codes.
  • The next two characters (alphabets) depict the country code.
  • The next two characters (alphanumeric) are location-based codes.
  • The last three characters of the code (alphanumeric) are optional. These last three characters depict the branch code.
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