SWIFT Code By The Country Name Initials


What is SWIFT Codes?

The SWIFT code (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) is also known as ISO 9362 code approved by the International Standard Organization (ISO) or Bank Identifier Code (BIC) SWIFT code is an unique identification for a particular bank, mainly use for the money transfer between banks, particularly for International Wire Transfers and for the other message exchange between banks. The SWIFT Code structure is given below:

The SWIFT Code contains 8 or 11 characters and the main difference between 8 and 11 characters are the 8-digits code refers to the primary office and the 11-digit code refers the sub office for example XXXX YY CC ZZZ:

  • The First four characters represent bank code (only letters) (XXXX)
  • The Next two characters represent ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters) (YY)
  • The Next two characters represent location code (letters and digits) (passive participant will have "1" in the second character)
  • The Last three characters represent branch code, optional ('ZZZ' for primary office) (letters and digits)

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The SWIFT Code Information and the bank details for the bank BELINVESTBANK JSC in GOMEL, Belarus is given below:

SWIFT Code BLBBBY2XGOM

Bank Name : BELINVESTBANK JSC

City : GOMEL

Branch : (GOMEL REGIONAL DIRECTORATE)

Country : Belarus

SWIFT Code Structure

Bank Code : BLBB
**First 4 Characters of the SWIFT code is Bank Code

Country Code : BY
**Next 2 Characters of the SWIFT code is Country Code

Location Code : 2X
**Next 2 Characters of the SWIFT code is Location Code

Branch Code : GOM

Passive Code : No

Detail information of BELINVESTBANK JSC in GOMEL, Belarus

The SWIFT BLBBBY2XGOM (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) also known as (ISO 9362, SWIFT code, SWIFT-BIC, SWIFT ID or BIC code) approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for the bank BELINVESTBANK JSC . It is a unique identification code for the financial and non-financial institutions, it is a standard format of Business Identifier Codes. SWIFT codes are particularly used when transferring money between banks for international wire transfers, it is also for the exchange of other messages between banks.