New to international fund transfer? If this is a new world for you, there may be some terms that you haven’t heard before. One of them is SWIFT code. Well, this is known as the key code that’s used to perform international payment via SEPA transfers or wire transfers.
The code acts just similar as a home address, which will ensure that the payment will be delivered to the right addressee (the payee).
SWIFT code is different from one bank to another. Each bank may have more than one code, consisting of 8-11 digits which have letters-only or letters and numbers combination.
But for UCO Bank Singapore SWIFT code, you will find that there are no numbers in it as the code is written as follows: UCBASGSG. What does this letter sequence mean? You need to know that the code has three aspects coming with it.
First, the bank’s name is represented with the four foremost letters in the code (UCBA). Following it, there are country code embedded in the next two letters (SG), and branch code in another pair of letters (SG).
Sometimes, it may also come with three more letters/letter-number combination. But some others may only type it as XXX or simply let it to be an 8-digit code. Well, for a complete list of UCO Bank SWIFT code, you can get it on the list below.
|Detailed information about SWIFT Code UCBASGSG
|Swift code (8 characters)
|BHARAT BUILDING FLOOR 4 3 RAFFLES PLACE
|SWIFT Code UCBASGSG Breakdown
|UCBASGSG or UCBASGSGXXX
|UCBA - code assigned to UCO BANK
|SG - code belongs to Singapore
|SG - code represents the institution location
|G - G means active code
|not assigned or XXX - code indicates this is a head office