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Bank Swift Codes

Bank Swift Codes are categorised by State, City and Bank. Please select your Country, City and Bank to get the Swift Codes Or BIC codes.
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Find Bank Swift Codes for banks from list of cities in Finland. Click on a City to see Bank SWIFT Code and more details of a bank.
AHTARI ALAJARVI ALASTARO ALAVIESKA
ALAVUS ANJALANKOSKI ARTJARVI AURA
BORGA EKENAS ELIMAKI ENO
ERAJARVI ESPOO EURA FORSSA
HAAPAJARVI HAAPAMAKI HAAPAVESI HAILUOTO
HALSUA HAMEENLINNA HAMINA HAMMASLAHTI
HANNULA HARJAVALTA HARTOLA HAUHO
HAUKIVUORI HEINAVESI HELSINKI HIMANKA
HIRVENSALMI HONKAJOKI HONKILAHTI HOUTSKAR
HUHTAMO HUITTINEN HUMPPILA HYVINKAA
IISALMI IKAALINEN ILOMANTSI INKERE
ISOJOKI ISOKYRO JAKOBSTAD JAMIJARVI
JAMSA JARVELA JARVENPAA JOENSUU
JOKIOINEN JOROINEN JUUKA JYVASKYLA
KAJAANI KALAJOKI KALKKINEN KANGASALA
KANGASNIEMI KANNONKOSKI KANNUS KARIS
KARVIA KAUHAJOKI KAUHAVA KAUSTINEN
KAYLA KEITELE KEMI KERIMAKI
KESALAHTI KEURUU KIHNIO KIIHTELYSVAARA
KIIKOINEN KITEE KIURUVESI KOITTI
KOKEMAKI KOKKOLA KONNEVESI KORPILAHTI
KORSHOLM KORSNAS KORTESJARVI KOSKI TL
KOTKA KOUVOLA KOYLIO KRONOBY
KUHMO KUHMOINEN KUOPIO KUORTANE
KURIKKA KURU KUUSAMO KYRO
KYYJARVI LAHTI LAIHIA LAMMI
LANGELMAKI LANNEVESI LAPINLAHTI LAPPAJARVI
LAPPEENRANTA LAPPFJARD LAPPI LAPPO
LAPUA LAVIA LEHTIMAKI LEMI
LEPPAVIRTA LIEKSA LIETO LILLBY
LIMINKA LIPERI LOHJA LOIMAA
LOKALAHTI LOPPI LUOPIOINEN LUVIA
MAANINKA MANTSALA MANTTA MARIEHAMN
MARTTILA MASKU MELLILA MERIMASKU
METSAMAA MIEHIKKALA MIETOINEN MIKKELI
MONNINKYLA MULTIA MYNAMAKI MYRSKYLA
NAGU NAKKILA NARPES NIINIJOKI
NILSIA NIVALA NOUSIAINEN ORIMATTILA
ORIPAA ORIVESI OULAINEN OULU
OUTOKUMPU OVERMARK PAATTINEN PAIMIO
PALTAMO PARIKKALA PARKANO PERASEINAJOKI
PERHO PETAJAVESI PIELAVESI PIHTIPUDAS
POLVIJARVI PORI PORVOO POSIO
PUDASJARVI PUKKILA PULKKILA PUNKALAIDUN
PUOLANKA PYHARANTA PYHASALMI RAAHE
RAAKKYLA RANTASALMI RANTSILA RAUMA
RAUTALAMPI RAYRINKI REISJARVI RIIHIKOSKI
RIIHIMAKI RIISTAVESI ROVANIEMI RUOVESI
RUUKKI RYMATTYLA SAKYLA SALLA
SALO SASTAMALA SAUVO SAVITAIPALE
SEINAJOKI SIDEBY SIEVI SIIKAJOKI
SIILINJARVI SIMPELE SOMERNIEMI SOMERO
SONKAJARVI SOTKAMO SULKAVA SUOMENNIEMI
SUOMUSSALMI SUONENJOKI SYSMA TAAVETTI
TAIVALKOSKI TAIVASSALO TAMMIJARVI TAMPERE
TAPIOLA TARVASJOKI TERVO TERVOLA
TIISTENJOKI TOHOLAMPI TOIJALA TORNIO
TURENKI TURKU TUUPOVAARA TUUSNIEMI
TYRNAVA ULLAVA URJALA UTAJARVI
UUKUNIEMI UUSIKAUPUNKI VAAKSY VAASA
VALKEAKOSKI VAMPULA VARPAISJARVI VASKIO
VEHMERSALMI VEIKARS VESANTO VETELI
VIEREMA VIHANTI VIMPELI VIROLAHTI
VIRRAT VORA YLANE YLIHARMA
YLITORNIO YLIVIESKA YPAJA

What is Bank SWIFT Code?

SWIFT Code is a unique identification code for a particular bank and it is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC). SWIFT Codes are used for transferring money and messages between banks. SWIFT Code is 8 or 11 characters for a bank. If SWIFT Code is 8 character code then it points to the primary branch/office

  • First 4 characters represents bank code.
  • Next 2 characters represents ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
  • Next 2 characters represents location code. (letters and digits) (passive participant will have "1" in the second character)
  • Last 3 characters represents branch code. These characters are optional. ('XXX' for primary office)

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