How do I find the BIC/SWIFT and IBAN code for my account?

Some banks may refer to your Bank Identification Code (BIC) as a SWIFT code.

If you have a NatWest account, your BIC/SWIFT will be: NWBKGB2L.

If you're asked for an 11 character BIC/SWIFT, just add XXX at the end.

 

To find your BIC/SWIFT and International bank account number (IBAN) on Bankline:

  1. Select 'Accounts', then 'View account balances and statements'
  2. Select the account you need the BIC/SWIFT and IBAN for
  3. On the statement for the account, select '+ More account information' next to your account name
  4. You'll then see them listed in the table below

If you're making an international payment and need the BIC/SWIFT code for the payee, you should check what it is with them.

 

Find out what information you need to provide to someone who is paying you from outside the UK

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Some banks may refer to your Bank Identification Code (BIC) as a SWIFT code.

If you have a NatWest account, your BIC/SWIFT will be: NWBKGB2L.

If you're asked for an 11 character BIC/SWIFT, just add XXX at the end.

 

To find your BIC/SWIFT and International bank account number (IBAN) on Bankline:

  1. Select 'Account information' in the left hand menu, then 'View account statement'
  2. Select the 'Account ID' of the account you need the BIC/SWIFT or IBAN for
  3. You'll then see them in the 'Account information' box above your statement

If you're making an international payment and need the BIC/SWIFT code for the payee, you should check what it is with them.

 

Find out what information you need to provide to someone who is paying you from outside the UK

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