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New Swift Code List For Indonesian Banks

What is the SWIFT Code?

The SWIFT address is an 8 or 11 alphanumeric characters long international standard uniquely identifying your financial institution. The SWIFT address is also known as BIC (=Bank Identifier Code). Usually swift code used to transfer money from bank to bank (internationally). Please contact your bank for details.


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The followings are working SWIFT code for some popular banks in Indonesia as of 3 Nov 2007. Provided by http://www.swift.com/

ABN AMRO Bank: ABNAIDJA
Hagabank: HAGAIDJA
Bank Artha Graha: ARTGIDJA
Bank Bumiputera Indonesia: BUMIIDJA
Bank Mandiri (not Bank Syariah Mandiri): BEIIIDJA
Bank Niaga: BNIAIDJA
Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI): BNINIDJA
Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI): BRINIDJA
Bank Bukopin: BBUKIDJA
Bank Central Asia (BCA): CENAIDJA
Deutsche Bank AG: DEUTIDJA
Bank Mizuho Indonesia: MHCCIDJA
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking (HSBC): HSBCIDJA
Bank Internasional Indonesia (BII): IBBKIDJA
Bank Indonesia: INDOIDJA
Lippobank: LIPBIDJA
Bank NISP: NISPIDJA
Bank Rabobank International Indonesia: RABOIDJA
Bank Tabungan Negara (BTN): BTANIDJA
Bank UOB Indonesia: UOBBIDJA
Bank Maybank Indocorp: MBBEIDJA
Bank Chinatrust Indonesia: CTCBIDJA
Bank Sumitomo Mitsui Indonesia: SUNIIDJA
Bank OCBC Indonesia: OCBCIDJA
Bank DBS Indonesia: DBSBIDJA
Bank Mega: MEGAIDJA
Bank of China, Jakarta Branch: BKCHIDJA
Bank Syariah Mandiri (not Bank Mandiri): BSMDIDJA

Note: information should be reliable only for Banks in Jakarta. It should be working for its branches. For further information, please check with the branch's customer service.


See the details on PDF document of example form provided by www.schwab.com, CLICK HERE

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Note : authors aren't responsible for any cause emerge about money transferring, and or finance activity with any party. The information given are based on www.swift.com.



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3 comment(s):

  Dina

November 18, 2007 at 9:25 PM

Saya pernah ya mo transfer duit dari Australi tapi diminta routing # nya ? itu apa ya ? setahu saya cuma butuh SWIFT code aja sih. Ada yang bisa bantu

  N N

November 20, 2007 at 8:46 PM

Dear Dina,

Karena ini situs international, I answer in english ok :).

To do a wire transfer to a US bank you need the account number of the recipient and the wire routing number (the latter is what appears first at the lower part of your checks, right before your account number). (Of course you also need the recipient's name and the Bank's name.) Having the Branch number helps for verification purposes, I think.

To send money to a European bank you need the account number and the swift. Again, the branch number is good to have, but not absolutely necessary.

So, check it back with your customer's service (CS) bank, as mentioned above, you shouldn't need the routing number if you want to transfer the money to any bank in Indonesia. But if you meant was to transfer the money to US bank, i believe, the CS in your bank will help you with the number.

I hope these explanation help you.

  Anonymous

July 4, 2009 at 11:16 AM

thanks atas infonya, sangat membantu

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