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(SWIFT) Codes List for Philippine Banks – Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication

Sample Bank Swift Codes

How do you think it happens that bank telecommunication changes the lives of people, Filipinos in particular not just in the Philippines but all over the world? How do you think information is transferred so fast that you can’t imagine how lightning speed delivery of information in the banking system takes effect in so many processes you didn’t even think possible? Let’s go over some points in making you realize what SWIFT codes for Philippine banks is all about and how it helps transfer some banking communication messages be sent in a flash from the sending end to the receiving end.

SWIFT is the abbreviation of the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication. It was created in 1973 supported by 239 banks in 15 countries. The mission is to have a shared worldwide data processing and common protocol for international financial transactions. In short, this makes it easy for a bank to bank communication transaction to reach from one country to another in no time at all. Well, just today, after realizing this fact, I also cam to know that the community of financial sectors worldwide recognize the technological benefit of SWIFT system that it outperformed the TELEX system. Members of the SWIFT has its own id number called the BANK SWIFT CODE.

  • Allied Banking Corporation – ABCMPHMM
  • American Express Bank Philippines – AMEXPHMM
  • Banco de Oro Universal Bank – BNORPHMM
  • Bank of China Manila Branch – BKCHPHMM
  • Bank of Commerce – PABIPHMM
  • Bank of the Philippine Islands – BOPIPHMM
  • China Banking Corporation – CHBKPHMM
  • Development Bank of the Phil. – DBPHPHMM
  • East West Banking Corporation – EWBCPHMM
  • Equitable PCI Bank – PCIBPHMM
  • Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank – HSBCPHMM
  • International Comm Bank of China – ICBCPHMM
  • International Exchange Bank – INXBPHMM
  • Land Bank of the Philippines – TLBPPHMM
  • Maybank Philippines Incorporated – MBBEPHMM
  • Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co. – MBTCPHMM
  • Philippine Bank of Communications – CPHIPHMM
  • Philippine National Bank – PNBMPHMM
  • Philippine Veterans Bank – PHVBPHMM
  • Philtrust Bank – Allied Banking Corporation – ABCMPHMM
  • American Express Bank Philippines – AMEXPHMM
  • Banco de Oro Universal Bank – BNORPHMM
  • Bank of China Manila Branch – BKCHPHMM
  • Bank of Commerce – PABIPHMM
  • Bank of the Philippine Islands – BOPIPHMM
  • China Banking Corporation – CHBKPHMM
  • Development Bank of the Phil. – DBPHPHMM
  • East West Banking Corporation – EWBCPHMM
  • Equitable PCI Bank – PCIBPHMM
  • Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank – HSBCPHMM
  • International Comm Bank of China – ICBCPHMM
  • International Exchange Bank – INXBPHMM
  • Land Bank of the Philippines – TLBPPHMM
  • Maybank Philippines Incorporated – MBBEPHMM
  • Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co. – MBTCPHMM
  • Philippine Bank of Communications – CPHIPHMM
  • Philippine National Bank – PNBMPHMM
  • Philippine Veterans Bank – PHVBPHMM
  • Philtrust Bank – PHTBPHMM
  • Prudential Bank – PILBPHMM
  • Rizal Commercial Banking Corp – RCBCPHMM
  • Security Bank and Trust Corp – SETCPHMM
  • Standard Chartered Bank – SCBLPHMM
  • Union Bank of the Philippines – UBPHPHMM
  • United Coconut Planters Bank – UCPBPHMM
  • United Overseas Bank Philippines – UOVBPHMM
  • Prudential Bank – PILBPHMM
  • Rizal Commercial Banking Corp – RCBCPHMM
  • Security Bank and Trust Corp – SETCPHMM
  • Standard Chartered Bank – SCBLPHMM
  • Union Bank of the Philippines – UBPHPHMM
  • United Coconut Planters Bank – UCPBPHMM
  • United Overseas Bank Philippines – UOVBPHMM

So now it is clear to you that SWIFT CODE is use in the banking route for money remittance. Fast and secure as the system claims to be, through the use of SWIFT codes, money could be wire transferred internationally easily and without the worry about handling security and debates on the accuracy and speed of time.

Since these codes are very important and has become essential in terms of remittance for OFWs or even just the ordinary Pinoys working or living and who have migrated to other countries, knowing this bank number is a must and taking care not to share it with anyone else is an absolute SOP. For this use, I have the list of the different corresponding Philippine bank swift codes above and bank codes below.

Bank Codes

  1. Allied Bank 010320013
  2. Asia United Bank (AUB) 011020011
  3. Australia New Zealand (ANZ) 010700015
  4. Banco de Oro (BDO) 010530667
  5. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) 010030015
  6. Bank of China 011140014
  7. Bank of Commerce 010440016
  8. Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) 010040018
  9. Bank of Tokyo 010460012
  10. China Bank 010100013
  11. Chinatrust 010690015
  12. Citibank N.A. 010070017
  13. Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) 010590018
  14. Deutsche Bank 010650013
  15. East West Bank 010620014
  16. Equitable PCI Bank (EPCIB) 010530667
  17. Export and Industry Bank (Exportbank) 010860010
  18. Fuji Bank 010640010
  19. Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank (HSBC) 010060014
  20. International Commercial Bank of China 010560019
  21. International Exchange Bank (iBank) 010680012
  22. JP Morgan Chase Bank 010720011
  23. Korea Exchange Bank 010710018
  24. International Nederland Bank 010660016
  25. Land Bank of the Philippines (Landbank) 010350025
  26. Maybank of the Philippines 010220016
  27. Metropolitan Bank and Trust Co. (Metrobank) 010269996
  28. Philippine Bank of Communication (PBCom) 010110016
  29. Philippine Trust Company (Philtrust Bank) 010090039
  30. Philippine NATIONAL BANK (PNB) 010080010
  31. Prudential Bank 010150018
  32. Philippine Veterans Bank 010330016
  33. Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) 010280014
  34. Security Bank and Trust Company (Security Bank) 010140015
  35. Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) 010050011
  36. United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB) 010299995
  37. Union Bank of the Philippines (Unionbank) 010419995
  38. United Overseas Bank (UOB) 010270189

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