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Australian Banks Swift Codes

Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them.

Last update: Dec. 2, 2021

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MOFCAU51Aaa Shares Pty LtdAdelaide
ANZBAU51Australia And New Zealand Banking Group LimitedAdelaide
BAYSAU51Baker Young Stockbrokers LimitedAdelaide
BKCHAU2SADLBank OF China Limited, Sydney BranchAdelaide(adelaide Branch)
ICLFAU3105ACass Comm LimitedAdelaide
CTBAAU2S500Commonwealth Bank OF Australia SydneyAdelaide
HKBAAU2SADLHsbc Bank Australia LimitedAdelaide(adelaide Branch)
NATAAU3305ANational Australia Bank LimitedAdelaide(trade And International Payments)
TAYLAU51Taylor Collison Ltd.Adelaide
ARUUAU51Arnhem CustodiansAdelaide
BKCHAU2AADLBank OF China (australia) LimitedAdelaide(bank OF China (australia) Ltd Adelaide Branch)
CPSUAU51Beyond Bank Australia LimitedAdelaideBeyond Bank Australia
CEUIAU51Credit Union SA LtdAdelaideCredit Union SA Ltd
GHPRAU51Ghandour And Co. Proprietary LimitedAdelaide
NAFHAU51Nader Fawzi GhandourAdelaide
PCRNAU51Police Credit Union LimitedAdelaide
LAAYAU52Lanyon Asset Management Pty LimitedAdelaide