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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
701 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) KIRSEHIR (KIRSEHIR BRANCH) INGBTRIS283
702 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) KOCAELI (GEBZE CORPORATE BRANCH) INGBTRIS373
703 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) KOCAELI (IBRAHIMAGA CADDESI BRANCH) INGBTRIS729
704 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) KONYA (KONYA BRANCH) INGBTRIS137
705 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) KONYA (KONYA BUSAN SANAYI BRANCH) INGBTRIS667
706 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) KONYA (KONYA TICARI BRANCH) INGBTRIS668
707 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) KUSADASI (KUSADASI BRANCH) INGBTRIS149
708 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) KUTAHYA (KUTAHYA BRANCH) INGBTRIS288
709 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) LULEBURGAZ (LULEBURGAZ BRANCH) INGBTRIS370
710 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MALATYA (MALATYA BRANCH) INGBTRIS112
711 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MALATYA (MALATYA CEVREYOLU BRANCH) INGBTRIS735
712 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MANAVGAT (MANAVGAT BRANCH) INGBTRIS296
713 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MANISA (MANISA BRANCH) INGBTRIS118
714 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MANISA (MANISA SANAYI BRANCH) INGBTRIS390
715 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MANISA (TURGUTLU BRANCH) INGBTRIS673
716 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MARDIN (MARDIN BRANCH) INGBTRIS320
717 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MARMARIS (MARMARIS BRANCH) INGBTRIS157
718 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MERSIN (MERSIN BRANCH) INGBTRIS134
719 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MERSIN (METROPOL BRANCH) INGBTRIS436
720 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MERSIN (MEZITLI BRANCH) INGBTRIS677
721 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MERSIN (POZCU BRANCH) INGBTRIS500
722 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) MUGLA (MUGLA BRANCH) INGBTRIS120
723 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) NAZILLI (NAZILLI BRANCH) INGBTRIS121
724 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) NEVSEHIR (NEVSEHIR BRANCH) INGBTRIS292
725 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) NIGDE (NIGDE BRANCH) INGBTRIS284
726 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ODEMIS (ODEMIS BRANCH) INGBTRIS122
727 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) ORDU (ORDU BRANCH) INGBTRIS243
728 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) OSMANIYE (OSMANIYE BRANCH) INGBTRIS272
729 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) POLATLI (POLATLI BRANCH) INGBTRIS271
730 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) RIZE (RIZE BRANCH) INGBTRIS244
731 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SALIHLI (SALIHLI BRANCH) INGBTRIS123
732 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SAMSUN (ATAKUM BRANCH) INGBTRIS781
733 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SAMSUN (CIFTLIK BRANCH) INGBTRIS490
734 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SAMSUN (GULSAN BRANCH) INGBTRIS734
735 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SAMSUN (SAMSUN BRANCH) INGBTRIS139
736 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SANLIURFA (SANLIURFA BRANCH) INGBTRIS180
737 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SIIRT (SIIRT BRANCH) INGBTRIS353
738 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SINCAN (SINCAN BRANCH) INGBTRIS448
739 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SIVAS (SIVAS BRANCH) INGBTRIS245
740 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SOKE (SOKE BRANCH) INGBTRIS276
741 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) SOMA (SOMA BRANCH) INGBTRIS124
742 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TARSUS (TARSUS BRANCH) INGBTRIS242
743 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TAVSANLI (TAVSANLI BRANCH) INGBTRIS309
744 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TEKIRDAG (CERKEZKOY BRANCH) INGBTRIS489
745 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TEKIRDAG (TEKIRDAG BRANCH) INGBTRIS248
746 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TOKAT (TOKAT BRANCH) INGBTRIS285
747 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TRABZON (TRABZON BRANCH) INGBTRIS173
748 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) TRABZON (TRABZON DEGIRMENDERE BRANCH) INGBTRIS689
749 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) URLA (URLA BRANCH) INGBTRIS126
750 ING BANK A.S. (FORMERLY OYAK BANK A.S.) USAK (USAK BRANCH) INGBTRIS127

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.