The Bank SWIFT Codes (BIC)

Find and lookup The Bank SWIFT codes and BIC Codes. A SWIFT Code, or Bank Identifier Code (BIC), is an 8 or 11-character series of letters and numbers that are used for international bank wire transfers.


IRVTUS3NGSC The Bank Government Securities Clearance Services New York, NY


IRVTUS3NGCO The Bank Global Currency Options New York, NY

IRVTUS3NFUT The Bank Etf Futures And Options New York, NY

IRVTUS3NEQD The Bank Equity Derivatives New York, NY

IRVTUS3NIRD The Bank Interest Rate Derivatives New York, NY

IRVTUS3NLCI The Bank Import L/c Department New York, NY

IRVTUS3NMFT The Bank Multi-currency Funds Transfer Dept New York, NY

IRVTUS3NLCR The Bank Documentary Letters Of Credit New York, NY

IRVTUS3NLCM The Bank Major Users Letter Of Credit Department New York, NY

IRVTUS3NCMM The Bank Main Cash Account Dept. New York, NY

IRVTUS3NCLS The Bank Cls Control Branch New York, NY

BSDTUS33GBL The Bank Global Custody Everett, MA

BSDTUS33CLS The Bank Pittsburgh, PA

BEASUS66XXX The Bank Alhambra, CA

BSDTUS33XXX The Bank Everett, MA

IRVTUS3NACH The Bank New York, Automated Clearing House New York, NY

IRVTUS3NBDS The Bank Broker Dealer Services New York, NY

IRVTUS3NAMS The Bank Asset Management Services New York, NY

IRVTUS3NADR The Bank American Depositary Receipts New York, NY

BBOKUS44XXX The Bank Oklahoma, OK