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What is the SWIFT code for the CIMB Bank in Malaysia?

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The SWIFT code for the CIMB Bank Berhad in Kuala Lumpur is CIBBMYKL. In this code, CIBB stands for the specific bank code; MY, the country code, which is in this case Malaysia; and KL, the location code. The CIMB Bank is a commercial bank that  manages financial transactions for small and medium-sized companies.

SWIFT stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications.

A SWIFT code is an international banking code. The unique identifier is an eight- or 11-digit number that's also known as a BIC code. It may be required for wire transfers for both financial and non-financial institutions.  For example, in the United States, Bank of America's SWIFT code for U.S. dollar denominated wires is BOFAUS3N.


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