A SWIFT code or also known as a SWIFT number is a set of unique characters used to globally identify banks and financial companies. When you plan to perform a money transfer to an international bank, it’s vitally important to provide the correct SWIFT code.
Without this code, your transaction will not be able to be processed by the bank. You and the recipient can find the code through the bank statements or the bank’s official online platform.
The SWIFT code is made of eight to eleven characters. The four first characters are used to identify the bank, the following two letters are identifying the country, and the last two characters denote the head office’s location. This 8-digit code is identical for all the branches of the bank.
For instance, you want to send money to the Bank of East Asia in Singapore, the code is BEASSGSGXXX. The last 3-digit code refers to the branch, and the code for one unit office to another is different.
To ensure the funds you transfer received by the correct recipient, it’s critical to ensure the correctness of the SWIFT code. To help you find out the valid code, here is the complete list of Bank of East Asia Singapore SWIFT code and the codes for its subsidiaries.
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|Detailed information about SWIFT Code BEASSGSG|
|Swift code (8 characters)||BEASSGSG|
|Branch name||THE BANK OF EAST ASIA LIMITED|
|Branch address||BEA BUILDING, 60 ROBINSON ROAD|
|Bank name||THE BANK OF EAST ASIA LIMITED|
|SWIFT Code BEASSGSG Breakdown|
|SWIFT Code||BEASSGSG or BEASSGSGXXXX|
|Bank Code||BKCH - THE BANK OF EAST ASIA LIMITED|
|Country Code||SG - code belongs to Singapore|
|Location Code||SG - code represents the institution location|
|Code Status||G - G means active code|
|Branch Code||not assigned or XXX - code indicates this is a head office|