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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: March 9, 2023

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OAAMAU21Oasis Asset Management LimitedWollongong
OPCAAU31OC Funds ManagementMelbourne
OLVTAU21Olivetree Securities (asia)Sydney
OMGIAU31Omega Global InvestorsMelbourne
OPAUAU31Openmarkets Australia LimitedMelbourne
OPPSAU31Opes Prime Stockbroking LimitedMelbourne
OPANAU21Ophir Asset ManagementSydney
OPAPAU21Optiver Australia Pty LimitedSydney
ORFMAU31Orchard Funds Management LimitedMelbourne
ORDSAU21Ord Minnett LimitedSydney
ORAMAU21Orion Asset Management LimitedSydney
OCBCAU2SOversea-chinese Banking Corporation LimitedSydney
OZFXAU2SOzforex LimitedSydney
OMGLAU61Paterson Ord Minnett LtdPerth
ODDLAU21Prema Capital LimitedSydney
OSCGAU41Oceanic Sun Collaborative GroupGold Coast
OCRNAU21Orange Credit Union LimitedOrange
ORICAU33Orica LimitedMelbourne
OCMYAU22Opal Capital Management Pty LtdSydney
OPUPAU22One Point Universal Pty LtdSydney