What is Swift Code? Swift Code of all banks in Vietnam

By F | Experience

What is Swift Code

If you regularly transfer international money transfers, you must have had many contact with Swift Code.

In this article, I will introduce the Swift Code list of banks in Vietnam for your convenience when searching.

In addition, in the sections below, I will explain in detail about Swift Code, as well as instructions for using and distinguishing it from Bank Code.

Let's go!

In Vietnam, banks will have their own Swift Code. Please note there is no swift code of the bank branch.

To quickly find swift code, click Ctrl + F (with Window) or Command + F (with Mac).

Below is a list of swift codes of all banks in Vietnam.

Bank name

English name

Acronym

Swift Code

Asia Commercial Bank

Asia Commercial Bank

ACB

ASCBVNVX

Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam

Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam

Vietcombank

BFTVVNVX

Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade

Vietnam Bank for Industry and Trade

VietinBank

ICBVVNVX

Vietnam Technological and Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Vietnam Technological and Commercial Joint Stock Bank

TechcomBank

VTCBVNVX

Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam

Bank for Investment and Development Vietnam

BIDV

BIDVVNVX

Vietnam Maritime Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Vietnam Maritime Comercial Joint Stock Bank

Maritime Bank

MCOBVNVX

Vietnam Prosperity Bank

Vietnam Prosperity Bank

VPBank

VPBKVNVX

Bank for Agriculture and Development of Vietnam

Vietnam Bank For Agriculture and Rural Development

AgriBank

VBAAVNVX

Vietnam Export Import Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Vietnam Export Import Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Eximbank

EBVIVNVX

Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Sacombank

SGTTVNVX

Dong A Commercial Joint Stock Bank

DongA Bank

DongA Bank

EACBVNVX

Bac A Commercial Joint Stock Bank

North Asia Commercial Joint Stock Bank

NASB

NASCVNVX

ANZ Vietnam Ltd.

Australia and New Zealand Banking

ANZ Bank

ANZBVNVX

Phuong Nam Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Southern Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Phuong Nam Bank

PNBKVNVX

Vietnam International Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Vietnam International Commercial Joint Stock Bank

VIB

VNIBVNVX

Viet A Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Vietnam Asia Commercial Joint Stock Bank

VietABank

VNACVNVX

Tien Phong Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Tien Phong Commercial Joint Stock Bank

TP Bank

TPBVVNVX

Military Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Military Commercial Joint Stock Bank

MB Bank

MSCBVNVX

Ocean Bank 1 member limited

OceanBank

OceanBank

OJBAVNVX

Petrolimex Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Petrolimex Group Commercial Joint Stock Bank

PG Bank

PGBLVNVX

Lien Viet Post Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Lien Viet Post Joint Stock Commercial Bank

LienVietPostBank

LVBKVNVX

HSBC Bank (Vietnam) Ltd.

HSBC Bank (Vietnam) Ltd

HSBC

HSBCVNVX

Mekong Delta Housing Development Bank

Mekong Housing Bank

MHB Bank

MHBBVNVX

Southeast Asia Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Southeast Asia Commercial Joint Stock Bank

SeABank

SEAVVNVX

An Binh Commercial Joint Stock Bank

An Binh Commercial Joint Stock Bank

ABBank

ABBKVNVX

Citibank Vietnam

CitiBank Vietnam

Citibank

CITIVNVX

Ho Chi Minh City Development Commercial Joint Stock Bank

HoChiMinh City Development Joint Stock Commercial Bank

HDBank

HDBCVNV

Global Petroleum Bank

Global Petro Bank

GBBank

GBNKVNVX

Orient Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Orient Commercial Joint Stock Bank

OCB

ORCOVNVX

Saigon - Hanoi Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Saigon - Hanoi Commercial Joint Stock Bank

SHB

SHBAVNVX

Nam A Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Nam A Commercial Joint Stock Bank

NamABank

NAMAVNVX

Saigon Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade

Saigon Bank For Industry And Trade

Saigon Bank

SBITVNVX

Saigon Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Saigon Commercial Bank

SCB

SACLVNVX

Vietnam Construction Commercial Bank

Vietnam Construction Joint Stock Commercial Bank

VNCB

GTBAVNVX

Kien Long Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Kien Long Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Kienlongbank

KLBKVNVX

Shinhan Bank

SHINHAN Bank

SHINHAN Bank

SHBKVNVX

Bao Viet Bank

Baoviet Joint Stock Commercial Bank

Bao Viet Bank

BVBVVNVX

Vietnam Thuong Tin Bank

Viet Nam Thuong Tin Commercial Joint Stock Bank

Vietbank

VNTTVNVX

Frequently asked questions about Swift Code

What is Swift?

Swift stands for Society Worldwide Interbank and Financial Telecommunication. This is a global inter-bank financial telecommunications association established in Brussels (Belgium) in 1973.

According to my research, Swift has linked more than 10,000 banks in 212 countries and territories around the world. Allow sending and receiving information about mutual financial transactions.

What is Swift Code?

Swift Code is an international bank code used to identify a bank or financial institution in the world.

Swift Code is also known as Business Identifier Code (BIC).

The code usually consists of 8 - 11 characters, containing the bank, country and branch information of that bank.

Convention on writing Swift Code

Swift Code is written according to the following convention:

AAAABBCCDDD

In which:

  • YYYY: English abbreviation of the bank name. As a rule, only applies to letters and ordinal numbers that do not match.
  • BB: National English abbreviation. When you look at the Swift code of banks in Vietnam, you will see the word VN in the 5th and 6th places.
  • CC: Local identification code, can use both letters and numbers.
  • DDD: An identification of a bank branch, can use both letters and numbers.
What is Bank Code? Is Bank Code Swift Code?

Bank Code is a bank code issued by a central bank or central bank supervision to a bank operating in a country.

In Vietnam, the Bank Code is an 8-digit sequence of adjacent letters.

In essence, Bank Code and Swift Code are completely different. If Swift Code is issued by an international organization, Bank Code is only valid within a country.

Therefore, you should distinguish these two terms to avoid confusion in making transactions.

What are the advantages of Swift Code?

Help transaction security

Swift Code is only used in banking system so it can be strictly controlled when used.

Fast processing speed

Fast information processing system, which can handle many transactions at the same time.

Optimize the cost

Compared with mailing or telex trading, when you use Swift Code, you can reduce transaction costs and faster processing time.

What is Swift Code used for?

In addition to the required information such as account name, account number, bank name, Swift Code is an indispensable factor in international money transfer.

Through the Swift Code, you can track down the bank information. In case of wrong transfer, you can contact the bank to resolve.

In short, Swift Code is used in international money transfers.

Summary

For traders who have foreign bank accounts, when they want to withdraw money to Vietnamese bank accounts, they must use the Swift code.

Through this article, I hope you have a reliable source of information to refer and save the Swift Code of the banks that are often used, convenient for transactions.

If you have any questions, feel free to comment Coin98 the earliest reply.

See you in the next posts!

F

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