Plan to send money to your friend’s State Bank of India account number in Singapore but have no idea the details you must prepare? In addition to knowing the correct account number and the name of the account holder, you will also need to know the SWIFT code.
It’s basically an 8 to 11-digit code that is used to specify a certain bank or financial institution all over the world. Without this code, the bank might be incapable of processing your money transfer. Apart from a fund transfer, a SWIFT code is also used by the banks for exchanging information with another banking company.
If you are looking for the SWIFT code for the State Bank of India in Singapore, then the code is SBINSGSG. This 8-digit identifier is identifying the name of the banking company, the country where the company is located, and the location of the bank’s head office.
Besides this 8 digits code, the bank usually requires you to also provide the code identifying the unit office where the account is created.
You can easily find the SWIFT code in your bank statements or through the bank’s website. Apart from these two options, you can also find the State Bank of India Singapore SWIFT code in the list below.
|Detailed information about SWIFT Code SBINSGSG|
|Swift code (8 characters)||SBINSGSG|
|Branch name||STATE BANK OF INDIA|
|Branch address||MYP PLAZA, 01-00, 135 CECIL STREET|
|Bank name||STATE BANK OF INDIA|
|SWIFT Code SBINSGSG Breakdown|
|SWIFT Code||SBINSGSG or SBINSGSGXXX|
|Bank Code||SBIN - code assigned to STATE BANK OF INDIA|
|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|