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Turkey The table below are the list of Swift Codes for all banks and institutions in Turkey. Click on the Swift Code to find out the bank or institution details, address & maps.


No Bank or Institution City Branch SWIFT Code
551 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) BURSA (OZLUCE BRANCH) INGBTRIS686
552 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) BURSA (YILDIRIM BRANCH) INGBTRIS450
553 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) CANAKKALE (CANAKKALE BRANCH) INGBTRIS281
554 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) CESME (ALACATI BRANCH) INGBTRIS305
555 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) CESME (CESME BRANCH) INGBTRIS128
556 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) CIZRE (CIZRE BRANCH) INGBTRIS314
557 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) CORLU (CORLU BRANCH) INGBTRIS156
558 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) CORUM (CORUM BRANCH) INGBTRIS179
559 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) DENIZLI (BAYRAMYERI BRANCH) INGBTRIS681
560 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) DENIZLI (DENIZLI BRANCH) INGBTRIS116
561 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) DIYARBAKIR (DICLEKENT BRANCH) INGBTRIS431
562 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) DIYARBAKIR (DIYARBAKIR BRANCH) INGBTRIS194
563 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) DIYARBAKIR (KAYAPINAR BRANCH) INGBTRIS778
564 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) DUZCE (DUZCE BRANCH) INGBTRIS282
565 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) EDIRNE (EDIRNE BRANCH) INGBTRIS218
566 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ELAZIG (ELAZIG BRANCH) INGBTRIS219
567 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ERZINCAN (ERZINCAN BRANCH) INGBTRIS220
568 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ERZURUM (ERZURUM BRANCH) INGBTRIS290
569 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ESKISEHIR (ESKISEHIR BRANCH) INGBTRIS138
570 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ESKISEHIR (ESKISEHIR ORGANIZE SANAYI BRANCH) INGBTRIS440
571 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ESKISEHIR (KOPRUBASI BRANCH) INGBTRIS726
572 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) FETHIYE (FETHIYE BRANCH) INGBTRIS117
573 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) GAZIANTEP (GATEM BRANCH) INGBTRIS652
574 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) GAZIANTEP (GAZIANTEP BRANCH) INGBTRIS188
575 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) GAZIANTEP (GAZIANTEP TICARI BRANCH) INGBTRIS721
576 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) GAZIANTEP (SIREHAN BRANCH) INGBTRIS377
577 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) GAZIANTEP (SUBURCU BRANCH) INGBTRIS135
578 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) GEBZE (GEBZE BRANCH) INGBTRIS164
579 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) GIRESUN (GIRESUN BRANCH) INGBTRIS275
580 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) GOLCUK (GOLCUK BRANCH) INGBTRIS331
581 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISKENDERUN (ISKENDERUN BRANCH) INGBTRIS133
582 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISPARTA (ISPARTA BRANCH) INGBTRIS152
583 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (4. LEVENT BRANCH) INGBTRIS199
584 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (ACIBADEM BRANCH) INGBTRIS398
585 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (AKSARAY BRANCH) INGBTRIS249
586 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (ALEMDAG CADDESI BRANCH) INGBTRIS475
587 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (ANADOLU YAKASI CORPORATE BRANCH) INGBTRIS264
588 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (ARNAVUTKOY BRANCH) INGBTRIS710
589 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (ATASEHIR BRANCH) INGBTRIS657
590 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (ATATURK CADDESI BRANCH) INGBTRIS183
591 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (AVCILAR CARSI BRANCH) INGBTRIS237
592 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (BAGCILAR BRANCH) INGBTRIS222
593 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (BAGDAT CADDESI OZEL BANKACILIK CENTRAL BRANCH) INGBTRIS713
594 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (BAHCEKAPI BRANCH) INGBTRIS195
595 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (BAHCELIEVLER ISTANBUL BRANCH) INGBTRIS250
596 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (BAHCESEHIR BRANCH) INGBTRIS445
597 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (BAKIRKOY BRANCH) INGBTRIS106
598 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (BAKIRKOY INCIRLI BRANCH) INGBTRIS716
599 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (BAYRAMPASA BRANCH) INGBTRIS255
600 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ISTANBUL (BEBEK BRANCH) INGBTRIS184

What is a SWIFT Code?

Swift code or also commonly known as BIC Code is a standard format to uniquely identify a bank, financial institution and non-financial institution. This standard approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). BIC stands for Business Identifier Codes.

The codes are widely used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers or telegraphic transfer. Other uses include to transmit messages between financial institutions and banks.

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The Swift code can be either 8 or 11 characters long, and 8 digits code refers to the primary office. The code consists of 4 separate section, and the format arrange in the following manner;

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • The first 4 characters ("AAAA") specify the institution. Only letters.
  • The next 2 characters ("BB") specify the country where the instituions located. The code follows the format of ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
  • The next 2 characters ("CC") specify the instiution's location. Can be letters and digits. Passive participants will have "1" in the second character,
  • The last 3 characters ("DDD") specify the institution's branch. This section is an optional. A 'XXX' refers to a primary office. Can be letters and digits.

There are 2 types of Swift Codes, namely Live & Passive Codes. The Live Codes are for institutions who are actively connected to the Swift Network while Passive Codes are used for manual transactions.

Swift Code registrations and management are the responsibility of "Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication" (“SWIFT”) which is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

SWIFT is the registered trademarks of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.