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Australian Banks Swift Codes

SWIFT codes are standardized codes that are used to identify banks and financial institutions globally. In Australia, SWIFT codes are used by banks and other financial institutions to send and receive international money transfers. Each bank has its own unique SWIFT code, which is typically made up of 8 or 11 characters. The first 4 characters identify the bank, the next 2 characters identify the country, and the last 2 or 3 characters identify the specific branch of the bank. For example, the SWIFT code for the National Australia Bank in Sydney is NATAAU3302Z. This code can be used to send or receive money transfers to or from this bank.

Last update: Jan. 10, 2023

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DTMXAU21D2mx Pty LtdSydney
DWHKAU31Daiwa Capital Markets Australia LimitedMelbourne
DWSBAU31Daiwa Capital Markets Stockbroking LimitedMelbourne
DANDAU41Dalton Nicol ReidBrisbane
DISEAU21Darlington Investment ServicesSydney
DBSSAU2SDbs Bank Ltd., Australia BranchSydney
DEUTAU2SOBUDeutsche Bank AGSydney(offshore Banking Unit)
DCMAAU2SDeutsche Capital Markets Australia Ltd.Sydney
DEECAU21Deutsche SecuritiesSydney
DMGSAU2SDeutsche Securities Australia LimitedSydney
DICSAU21Dicksons LimitedSydney
DIPSAU21Direct Portfolio Services LtdSydney
DMAAAU31Dmp Asset Management LimitedMelbourne
DUCCAU31Dnister Ukrainian Credit Co-operative LimitedEssendon
DCAGAU33Mercedes-benz Australia/pacific Pty LtdMulgrave
DCFSAU33Mercedes-benz Financial Services Australia Pty. Ltd.Mulgrave
DTZLAU21Ugl Services Pty LtdNorth Sydney
DEFEAU31Defence Bank LimitedMelbourneDefence Bank Limited
DETEAU2SDepartment OF The TreasuryParkes