What Is a Bank Branch Code?

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A bank branch code is a number that makes part of an individual account number and is an identifying code for the bank branch that holds an individual's account. It is very important in financial transfer services as it helps to prevent transfer money from being sent to the wring bank branches.
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I think particular branches donot have Swift codes. But the stanbic bank as a whole has a Swift code. this is my view.
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Our name in full: National Westminster Bank Plc. Our SWIFT address: NWBKGB2L. http://www.natwest.com/commercial/international/international-payments/g1/receiving-payments/electronic-payments.ashx
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Seem to be a few - http://bsbnumbers.com/advanced.php. BSB Institution | Branch Street Address Suburb State. 082-750 National Australia Bank Limited Level 1, 295 High Street Penrith
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