SWIFT code, also typically referred as BIC code, is a code with standardized format. It is used to specify a bank or its branch. You are required to use and provide the code when you’re going to transfer international wire transfer.
In addition, the code is also used when bank institutions are exchanging messages amongst each other. The code is comprised of 8 characters (if you want to remit funds to the primary office of the bank) and 11 characters (if you want to remit funds to the branch office of the bank).
In order to make your transferred money is going to the right landing place; you have to provide the right details. To wire money to OCBC Singapore and make the recipient receive Singapore Dollars, provide the OCBC Singapore SWIFT Code which is formatted in OCBCSGSGXXX.
First four characters, OCBC is the code represents Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited. The next two characters, SG is the ISO 3166 country code that represents Singapore. The following two characters SG is the location code.
Finally, the XXX is an optional code to be used for specific OCBC Singapore’s branch office. Discover the complete SWIFT codes for all OCBC Singapore offices in the list below.
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|Detailed information about SWIFT Code OCBCSGSG|
|Swift code (8 characters)||OCBCSGSG|
|Branch name||OVERSEA-CHINESE BANKING CORPORATION LIMITED|
|Branch address||OCBC CENTRE, FLOOR 10, 63 CHULIA STREET|
|Bank name||OVERSEA-CHINESE BANKING CORPORATION LIMITED|
|SWIFT Code OCBCSGSG Breakdown|
|SWIFT Code||OCBCSGSG or OCBCSGSGXXX|
|Bank Code||OCBC - code assigned to OVERSEA CHINESE BANKING CORPORATION 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|