SWIFT Code ICICI bank

SWIFT Code ICICI bank – Complete Details

Swift Code ICICI bank

SWIFT Code is a Code that will be used for making Money Transfers.
In this article, We are going to discuss SWIFT code Meaning, Purpose, Features, Format, and a Full list of ICICI Bank Swift Codes.

Let’s get started with Swift code ICICI Bank..!!

1. What is SWIFT Full Form?

The SWIFT full form is the Society for Worldwide Inter-bank Financial Telecommunication Code. SWIFT codes are essential for secure and efficient cross-border transactions. Whenever you make International transfers from India, you will be asked for a Swift Code and Bank account details. Each and Every bank will be identified separately with this Swift Code.

2. What is a SWIFT code in India?

SWIFT code, also known as a Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used for International funds transfers. It is a standard format code that uniquely identifies a particular bank worldwide.

3. What is the Purpose and features of Swift Code?

SWIFT code is generally used for International fund transfers.

For Example, If a person residing in the United States of America and wants to send money to their family members residing in Mumbai. Transferring money from the USA to India will become an International fund transfer and it can be completed using the SWIFT Code.

The key features of Swift Code are as follows:

1. The SWIFT code can have either 8 or 11 characters.

For instance, an 8-character SWIFT code looks like this: ABCDUS33. On the other hand, an 11-character SWIFT code with a branch extension would look like this: ABCDUS33XYZ.

2. The first four characters of the SWIFT code indicate the bank’s name. The following two characters indicate the country, and the last two characters identify the location of the bank’s primary office or headquarters.

3. In some cases, a three-character extension (XXX) can be added to specify a particular branch of the bank.

4. Format of SWIFT Code

The Swift Code Format is as follows:

1. Bank Code: First four letters of “ICICI”, represent your Bank Name, that too in short form.

2. Country Code: The next two characters of “IN” represent the country in which the bank is located.

3. Location code: The next 2 characters of “BB”, can be anything either characters/numbers. It represents your Bank headquarters / Main office location.

4. Branch code: Last 3 digits will also identify your bank branch.

Eg: ICIC IN BB 061

5. How do I find my ICICI SWIFT code?

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) permits Bank branches to deal in Foreign Currency. If your Home Branch has authorization to do Foreign Currency Business, then, your ICICI Branch will have Swift Code.

In Passbook

Your Bank Branch Swift can be found on the First Page of the ICICI Passbook where you can find your Name, Bank Account Number, IFSC, etc.,

Through Mobile Banking / Internet Banking

ICICI Swift code can also be found by Login into your Online Banking and take a look at your recent downloaded Bank statement. You can find Swift code at the Top of the Statement only.

6. From Which Countries I Can Make a Wire Transfer?

“Wire Transfer” means the Traditional Mode of Fund transfer from a Local Overseas Bank to your ICICI Bank in India. With this, you can transfer money to your Friends and Family residing in India through Offline mode.

You can transfer money in 40 currencies from your Local Bank account to your ICICI bank account.

The ICICI Bank has a large network association of Correspondent banks, therefore you can send/transfer money and get your money credited into any Bank account in India.

Currency of remittanceName of Correspondent BankAccount NumberSwift code / BI
USDWells Fargo Bank N A2000193003734PNBPUS3NNYC
USDBANK OF AMERICA, NEWYORK6550891846BOFAUS3NXXX
USDJP MORGAN CHASE, NEW YORK400808595 USDCHASUS33XXX
GBPHSBC BANK PLC, LONDON37063729MIDLGB22
EURJP MORGAN CHASE, FRANKFURT6231605988CHASDEFXXXX
CADROYAL BANK OF CANADA TORONTO09591-102-247-4ROYCCAT2XXX
AEDEMIRATES BANK INTERNATIONAL1261052966704EBILAEADXXX
AUDJP MORGAN CHASE SYDNEY10039355CHASAU2XXXX
AUDNATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK, MELBOURNE1803038768500NATAAU33A033
CHFCREDIT SUISSE ZURICH835094601863000CRESCHZZ80A
DKKDEN DANSKE BANK COPENHAGEN3996056694DABADKKKXXX
HKDHSBC HONG KONG511 639197-001HSBCHKHHHKH
JPYSUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATION, TOKYO4308SMBCJPJT
NOKDnB NOR Bank ASA7002 02 04271DNBANOKKXXX
NZDANZ National Bank limited103705NZD00001ANZBNZ22
SEKNORDEA BANK SWEDEN AB, STOCKHOLM SE3952 79 10226NDEASESSXXX
SGDDBS BANK LTD, SINGAPORE037-003409-6DBSSSGSG
SARRIYAD BANK BANK LTD. RIYADH9250015699940RIBLSARIXXX
ZARSTANDARD BANK OF SOUTH AFRICA LIMITED7222151SBZAZAJJ
QARCOMMERCIAL BANK OF QATAR4010-004124-003CBQAQAQAXXX
BGN*ING Bank400808595 
BHD*National Bank of Bahrain400808595 
BWP*Standard Chartered Bank Botswana Ltd400808595 
CNY*JPM Hong Kong400808595 
CZK*Ceskoslovenska Obchodni Banka AS400808595 
GHS*Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Ltd400808595 
HRK*Zagrebacka Bank400808595 
HUF*ING Bank400808595 
ILS*Bank Hapoalim BM400808595 
KES*Standard Chartered Bank Kenya Ltd400808595 
KWD*National Bank of Kuwait400808595 
LKR*Bank of Ceylon – BCEYLKLX400808595 
MAD*Attijariwafa Bank400808595 
MXN*Banco Santander Serfin400808595 
OMRSOHAR INTERNATIONAL BANK S.A.O.G1020106023BSHROMRUXXX
PLNM Bank, PolandPL90114000000000101939001002BREXPLPWXXX
RON*ING Bank NV Bucharest400808595 
RUB*Sberbank Moscow400808595 
RSD*Unicredit Bank400808595 
THBSiam Commercial Bank, Thailand1113913091SICOTHBKXXX
TRY*JPMorgan Chase Bank400808595 
UGX*Standard Chartered Bank Uganda400808595 
ZMW*Standard Chartered Bank Zambia Ltd400808595 

7. Is MICR and SWIFT code same?

MICR is a Magnetic Ink Recognition technology that is one of the foremost technologies that will be used for processing the Chequea faster. As initially cheques used to get processed manually which takes a lot of effort but MICR made it easier for the computers to process the information encoded in Cheques. Whereas, the SWIFT code is generally used for International fund transfers.

8. Is ICICI SWIFT code same for all branches?

No. Every ICICI Branch will have a Unique Swift Code. It means the same code cannot be accessed for all the ICICI Branches.

9. Is SWIFT code same as IFSC code?

No. IFSC (Indian Financial System Code) is used for domestic funds transfer within India. SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) Code known as a BIC (Bank Identifier Code), is used for international funds transfers.

10. What happens if I use the Wrong SWIFT code?

In case you have used the Wrong SWIFT code for International transfer which does not exist, then, the receiving Bank will flag it and will reverse the Payment to the recipient.

you have used the Wrong SWIFT code for International transfer which does exist, Then, you should contact your Banc branch and initiate for Cancellation of the transaction immediately.

11. Full List of Swift Codes of ICICI

S.No.Bank NameCityBranch NameSWIFT Code
1ICICI BANK LIMITEDAHMEDABADAHMEDABAD BRANCHICICINBB024
2ICICI BANK LIMITEDBANGALOREREGIONAL TRADE SERVICES UNIT-BANGALOREICICINBBRT3
3ICICI BANK LIMITEDBANGALORE ICICINBB002
4ICICI BANK LIMITEDBHUBANESHWAR ICICINBB061
5ICICI BANK LIMITEDCHANDIGARHCHANDIGARH BRANCHICICINBB013
6ICICI BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI (MADRAS)NUNGAMBAKKAM BRANCHICICINBB009
7ICICI BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI (MADRAS)REGIONAL TRADE SERVICES UNIT-CHENNAIICICINBBRT4
8ICICI BANK LIMITEDCHENNAI (MADRAS)VOSTRO CELL-CHENNAIICICINBBVC2
9ICICI BANK LIMITEDCOIMBATORECOIMBATORE BRANCHICICINBB016
10ICICI BANK LIMITEDHYDERABADHYDERABAD BRANCHICICINBB008
11ICICI BANK LIMITEDHYDERABADREGIONAL TRADE SERVICES UNIT-HYDERABADICICINBBRT5
12ICICI BANK LIMITEDJAIPURJAIPUR BRANCHICICINBB012
13ICICI BANK LIMITEDKOCHIKOCHI BRANCHICICINBB010
14ICICI BANK LIMITEDKOLKATA (CALCUTTA) ICICINBB006
15ICICI BANK LIMITEDLUDHIANALUDHIANA BRANCHICICINBB017
16ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIANDHERI BRANCHICICINBB011
17ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAICENTRALIZED PAYMENT HUBICICINBBGRP
18ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAICMS HUBICICINBBCMS
19ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAICROSS BORDER PAYMENT PROCESSING CENTREICICINBBNRI
20ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIGLOBAL TRADE SERVICES UNIT-MUMBAIICICINBBCTS
21ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIOVERSEAS BRANCH UNITICICINBBOBU
22ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIREGIONAL TRADE SERVICES UNIT-MUMBAIICICINBBRT1
23ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAISANGLI BRANCHICICINBBSAN
24ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAITREASURYICICINBBTSY
25ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAIVOSTRO CELL-MUMBAIICICINBBVC1
26ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI ICICINBB
27ICICI BANK LIMITEDMUMBAI ICICINBBFEX
28ICICI BANK LIMITEDNEW DELHIDELHI BRANCHICICINBB007
29ICICI BANK LIMITEDNEW DELHIREGIONAL TRADE SERVICES UNIT-NEW DELHIICICINBBRT2
30ICICI BANK LIMITEDPUNE ICICINBB005
31ICICI BANK LIMITEDVADODARA (BARODA) ICICINBB003
32ICICI BANK LIMITEDVISAKHAPATNAMVISAKHAPATNAM BRANCHICICINBB060
List of Swift Codes of ICICI

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