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What is the SWIFT code for TD Canada Trust bank?

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The SWIFT code for TD Canada Trust Bank is TDOMCATTTOR. If asked by the originator of the wire transfer for the full name and location of the bank, it is: Toronto-Dominion Bank, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

SWIFT codes are bank identifier codes used by banks internationally to facilitate wire transfers and other communications. A SWIFT code will consist of either eight or 11 characters. When only eight characters are present, it is solely identifying the primary bank. The optional remaining three characters serve to identify a specific branch. SWIFT codes are also known as BIC codes. SWIFT is an acronym that stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication.


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