The Bank of America SWIFT code for U.S. dollar wire transfers is BOFAUS3N, while the code for wire transfers sent to Bank of America in foreign currency is BOFAUS6S, according to the bank's official website. Not all banks require SWIFT codes to complete a wire transfer.Continue Reading
Wikipedia defines SWIFT codes as standard Business Identifier Codes that serve as identifier codes for both nonfinancial and financial institutions. They are commonly used when transferring funds between banks, especially during international transactions, but they are also used to send other types of messages between institutions. The structure includes a four-letter bank code, two-letter country code, two-character location code and optional three-character branch code for messages sent to a primary office.
SWIFT is the acronym for the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Communication, a member-owned cooperative headquartered in Belgium that serves more than 10,500 institutions spanning more than 200 countries. The company prides itself in enabling its customers to perform standardized, automated financial transactions with complete security. According to the SWIFT website, the company does not manage customer accounts, store financial information or hold funds. The Bank of America website states that SWIFT codes are often used by investment managers, broker-dealers and financial institutions.Learn more about Banks
A SWIFT code is used to transfer money from bank to bank - primarily international wire transfers. SWIFT codes are also used to transfer messages from one bank to another.Full Answer >
The SWIFT code for the CIMB Bank Berhad in Kuala Lumpur is CIBBMYKL. In this code, CIBB stands for the specific bank code; MY, the country code, which is in this case Malaysia; and KL, the location code. The CIMB Bank is a commercial bank that manages financial transactions for small and medium-sized companies.Full Answer >
The SWIFT code for TD Canada Trust Bank is TDOMCATTTOR. If asked by the originator of the wire transfer for the full name and location of the bank, it is: Toronto-Dominion Bank, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.Full Answer >
People can find a SWIFT code, also known as a bank identification code, by using the BIC search on the official Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication website at Swift.com. Customers who need this information to transfer money can also call a representative of the bank.Full Answer >