BIC Code (Bank Identifier Code)
A unique address that identifies precisely the financial institutions involved in international financial transactions. A BIC (sometimes referred to as a BIC code) consists of eight or eleven characters comprising the first three or all four of the following components: Bank Code, Country Code, Location Code and Branch Code. BICs are allocated and managed by SWIFT.
For more information, see:
- Bank Identifier Code (BIC code)
- IBAN (International Bank Account Number) - an introduction
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