Global Banking Directory 2.0
Press Release Distribution Service
Add Bank | Banking Forum Online
BankDEP Crypto Bank
BanksDaily on Twitter BanksDaily on LinkedIn BanksDaily on Instagram

SWIFT/BIC Codes in Georgia

BanksDAILY provides you with a list of 8 digit SWIFT codes for all banks in Georgia. What are SWIFT and BIC codes? A SWIFT Code, also called a BIC number, is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks (international wire transfers). SWIFT codes are also used for messaging between banks.


SWIFT codes usually encompass 8 to 11 character strings. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in "XXX") refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows: AAAA BB CC DDD


First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant has "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
Last 3 characters (optional) - branch code (letters and digits)


Company SWIFT-code (BIC)
BASISBANK, JSC CBASGE22
E. MARKET LLCEGE22
FINCA BANK GEORGIA JSC FGEOGE22
HALYK BANK GEORGIA JSC HABGGE22
JSC 'CARTU BANK' CRTUGE22
JSC 'LIBERTY BANK' LBRTGE22
JSC 'VTB BANK GEORGIA' UGEBGE22
JSC BANK OF GEORGIA BAGAGE22
JSC CAUCASUS TRUST BANKERS CTRBGE22
JSC CREDO BANK JSCRGE22
JSC ISBANK GEORGIA ISBKGE22
JSC PASHA BANK GEORGIA PAHAGE22
JSC POSTA PAY POSPGE22
JSC TERABANK TEBAGE22
JSC ZIRAAT BANK GEORGIA TCZBGE22
NATIONAL BANK OF GEORGIA BNLNGE22
PROCREDIT BANK, GEORGIA MIBGGE22
SILK ROAD BANK JSC DISNGE22
TBC BANK TBCBGE22
TREASURY SERVICE MINISTRY OF FINANCE OF GEORGIA TSMFGE22


2007-2024 © BanksDAILY.com | All Banks in One Place | Privacy Policy