SWIFT codes for South African banks
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Swift Codes for South African Banks

What is a SWIFT code?

A Swift code is the standard format Bank Identifier Code (BIC), and is a unique identification code for a particular bank. Swift codes are used when transferring money and messages between banks. A Swift code consits of 8 or 11 characters. Generally, when 8-digit codes are given, it refer sto the primary office.

First 4 characters – Bank code (only letters)
Next 2 characters – ISO 3155-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
Next 2 characters – location code (numbers and letters)
Last 3 characters – Branch code (optional)

All the banks in south africa has a unique identifying SWIFT code.

ABSA SWIFT Code

ABSAZAJJ

FNB SWIFT Code

FIRNZAJJ

Standard Bank SWIFT Code

SBZAZAJJ

Nedbank SWIFT Code

NEDSZAJj

Capitec SWIFT Code

The foreign bank must use the Nedbank SWIFT code (NEDSZAJJ) in the "Receiver" and "Intermediary Institution" fields and Capitec Bank's SWIFT code (CABLZAJJ) in the "Account With" field to reduce the risk of delayed and lost payments

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