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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 Norway. Click on a City to see Bank SWIFT Code and more details of a bank.
AAHEIM AALESUND AALGAARD AANDALSNES
AFJORD AKREHAMN AL ALVDAL
ANDEBU ANDENES ARDALSTANGEN ARENDAL
ASEN ASKIM AURLAND AURSKOG
BERGEN BIRKELAND BJORKELANGEN BJUGN
BO I TELEMARK BODOE BOESTAD BOGEN I OFOTEN
BRATTVAAG BREKSTAD BREMNES BROENNOEYSUND
BRUMUNDDAL BRYNE DALE I SUNNFJORD DRANGEDAL
EGERSUND EIDSVAG ELNESVAGEN ELVERUM
ENEBAKK ENGERDAL ETNE ETNEDAL
EVJE FARSUND FAUSKE FJELL
FLEKKEFJORD FLISA FLOROE FOERDE
FOLLDAL FORNEBU FORUS FOSNAVAAG
GAUPNE GEILO GOL GRAN
GRIMSTAD GRONG HALDEN HALTDALEN
HAMAR HAREID HARSTAD HAUGESUND
HEGGENES HEGRA HEMSEDAL HJELMELAND
HOENEFOSS HOEVIK HOKKSUND INNDYR
JEVNAKER JOERPELAND KIRKENAER KLAEBU
KLEPPE KONGSVINGER KOPPANG KRAGERO
KRAGEROE KRISTIANSAND S KRISTIANSUND N KVINESDAL
KYRKSAETEROERA LANGEVAAG LARSNES LARVIK
LEKNES LENA LILLESAND LILLESTROEM
LOETEN LOM LYNGDAL LYSAKER
MANDAL MELBU MELDAL MELHUS
MO I RANA MOELV MOLDE MOSJOEN
MOSS MYRE MYSEN NARVIK
NES PA HEDMARK NESBYEN NISSEDAL ODDA
OELEN OERNES OPPDAL ORJE
ORKANGER ORSKOG OS OS I OESTERDALEN
OSLO OTTESTAD RAMSUND RENA
RENDALEN RINDAL RISOER RJUKAN
ROGNAN ROMEDAL ROROS SAGSTUA
SANDEFJORD SANDNES SANDNESSJOEN SAULAND
SELBU SELJORD SETSKOG SKARNES
SKIEN SKOTTERUD SLIDRE SOEGNE
SOGNDAL SOKNEDAL SOLA SON
SORTLAND SORUMSAND SPJELKAVIK SPYDEBERG
STADSBYGD STAMSUND STANGE STATHELLE
STAVANGER STEINKJER STJOERDAL STOKMARKNES
STORD STORDAL STRANDA STROEMMEN
SUNDEBRU SUNNDALSORA SURNADAL SYKKYLVEN
TINGVOLL TOLGA TONSBERG TROGSTAD
TROMSOE TRONDHEIM TRYSIL TVEDESTRAND
TYNSET UGGDAL ULEFOSS ULSTEINVIK
UTNE VAALER VAALER I SOLOER VALLE
VANG I VALDRES VEGARSHEI VESTNES VIKERSUND
VIKISOGN VINSTRA VOLDA VOSS

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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