BNP Paribas Singapore SWIFT Code

BNP Paribas Singapore SWIFT Code

When you want to perform an international money transfer, there is one additional detail you will need to submit apart from the account number and the correct name of the account holder, namely a SWIFT code.

It’s a code that is used to identify the bank, the country, and the unit office to which the account is registered. In addition to conducting wire transfer between banks, either domestically or internationally, the bank also uses the SWIFT code to exchange messages with another financial institution.

If you want to transfer some money to your family’s bank account in BNP Paribas Singapore, the SWIFT code you need to submit is BNPASGSGXXX. The four first digit letters are used to identify the bank, the next two letters refer to the country, and the other 2-digit characters refer to the bank’s primary office location. Each branch of the bank uses the same SWIFT code.

However, to ensure the money is transferred to the correct destination, the bank requires the customers to also provide the 8-digit SWIFT code followed by three additional letters. The code can be accessed through the bank statements or the bank’s website. You can also find the code through the following list of BNP Paribas Singapore SWIFT code.

Detailed information about SWIFT Code BNPASGSG 
SWIFT codeBNPASGSGXXX
Swift code (8 characters)BNPASGSG
Branch nameBNP PARIBAS - SINGAPORE BRANCH
Branch address20 COLLYER QUAY, 01-01
Branch codeXXX
Bank nameBNP PARIBAS - SINGAPORE BRANCH
CitySINGAPORE
CountrySingapore
SWIFT Code BNPASGSG Breakdown
SWIFT Code BNPASGSG or BNPASGSGXXX
Bank CodeBNPA - code assigned to BNP PARIBAS - SINGAPORE
Country CodeSG - code belongs to Singapore
Location CodeSG - code represents the institution location
Code StatusG - G means active code
Branch Codenot assigned or XXX - code indicates this is a head office

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