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


No Bank or Institution City Branch SWIFT Code
1901 BARCLAYS BANK PLC FARNHAM BARCGB210DV
1902 BARCLAYS BANK PLC FLINT (NORTH EAST WALES GROUP) BARCGB210CZ
1903 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GATESHEAD (HIGH STREET) BARCGB2103F
1904 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GLASGOW BARCGB2102S
1905 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GLASGOW (BARCLAYS STOCKBROKERS LTD, BARCLAYSHARE) BARCGB2111K
1906 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GLASGOW (BARCLAYS STOCKBROKERS LTD, PEP4) BARCGB2111L
1907 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GLASGOW (SOUTH SCOTLAND AND GLASGOW THREE) BARCGB2112K
1908 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GLOUCESTER BARCGB210EA
1909 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GLOUCESTER (GLOUCESTER 2) BARCGB2118V
1910 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GRANTHAM BARCGB210ED
1911 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GRAYS BARCGB210EE
1912 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GRAYS (GRAYS (THURROCK) THREE) BARCGB2113K
1913 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GRAYS (SOUTH ESSEX THREE) BARCGB2112Y
1914 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GREAT YARMOUTH BARCGB2104K
1915 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GRIMSBY BARCGB210EF
1916 BARCLAYS BANK PLC GUILDFORD BARCGB2104L
1917 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HALIFAX (COMMERCIAL STREET) BARCGB210EK
1918 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HALIFAX (HALIFAX RE 203581) BARCGB210EL
1919 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HANLEY (HANLEY 2) BARCGB2110U
1920 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HANLEY (HANLEY 4) BARCGB2118Q
1921 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HANLEY (NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE GROUP OF BRANCHES) BARCGB2102M
1922 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HARLOW BARCGB210EM
1923 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HARROGATE BARCGB210EN
1924 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HARROW BARCGB210EP
1925 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HARROW (HARROW 4) BARCGB2118H
1926 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HARROW (HARROW THREE) BARCGB2112B
1927 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HAVERFORDWEST BARCGB210ES
1928 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HEMEL HEMPSTEAD BARCGB2102P
1929 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HENLEY-ON-THAMES BARCGB210EV
1930 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HEREFORD BARCGB210EW
1931 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HEXHAM BARCGB210EZ
1932 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HIGH WYCOMBE BARCGB210FA
1933 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HIGH WYCOMBE (HIGH WYCOMBE THREE) BARCGB2112C
1934 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HITCHIN (THE NORTH HERTS AND WELWYN GROUP) BARCGB2104T
1935 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HORSHAM BARCGB210FC
1936 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HOUNSLOW BARCGB210FD
1937 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HOUNSLOW (HOUNSLOW AND SOUTHALL GROUP 2) BARCGB210XN
1938 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HUDDERSFIELD BARCGB2104U
1939 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HULL BARCGB2104A
1940 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HULL (HULL 2) BARCGB210WV
1941 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HUNTINGDON BARCGB210FE
1942 BARCLAYS BANK PLC HUNTINGDON (HUNTINGDON THREE) BARCGB2113D
1943 BARCLAYS BANK PLC ILFORD (ILFORD 2) BARCGB2117B
1944 BARCLAYS BANK PLC ILFORD (ILFORD GROUP OF BRANCHES) BARCGB210FG
1945 BARCLAYS BANK PLC IPSWICH BARCGB210FI
1946 BARCLAYS BANK PLC KEIGHLEY BARCGB210IB
1947 BARCLAYS BANK PLC KELSO BARCGB210FK
1948 BARCLAYS BANK PLC KENDAL (SOUTH LAKELAND GROUP) BARCGB210FL
1949 BARCLAYS BANK PLC KETTERING BARCGB210FM
1950 BARCLAYS BANK PLC KETTERING (KETTERING 2) BARCGB210ZK

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.