Belarus - All Banks Swift Codes / BIC Codes List

Are you looking for Belarus - All Banks Swift Codes / BIC Codes List?. If yes then you have reached at right place. Here we have listed all the active banks in Belarus with their Branch SWIFT/BIC Code details, Which is required to transfer money from Belarus's Bank to Other country banks. You can use our simple online SWIFT Code lookup tool to find Belarus - All Banks Swift Codes / BIC Codes List details quickly.

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Country
Bank
City
S.No.Swift CodeBank NameCityBranch
1 ABLTBY22240 ABSOLUTBANK JOINT STOCK COMPANY MINSK (MINSK BRANCH 101)
2 ABLTBY22 ABSOLUTBANK JOINT STOCK COMPANY MINSK
3 ALFABY21274 ALFA BANK BREST (BREST REGIONAL BRANCH)
4 ALFABY21178 ALFA BANK GOMEL (GOMEL REGIONAL BRANCH)
5 ALFABY21770 ALFA BANK MINSK (BRANCH OF ALFA-BANK)
6 ALFABY21136 ALFA BANK MINSK (MINSK REGIONAL BRANCH)
7 ALFABY2X ALFA BANK MINSK
8 ALFABY21162 ALFA BANK MOGILEV (MOGILEV REGIONAL BRANCH)
9 ALFABY21169 ALFA BANK NOVOPOLOTSK (NOVOPOLOTSK BRANCH)
10 BELBBY21207 BANK BELVEB OJSC BARANOVICHI (BARANOVICHI)
11 BELBBY21214 BANK BELVEB OJSC BOBRUISK (BOBRUISK)
12 BELBBY21203 BANK BELVEB OJSC BORISOV (BORISOV)
13 BELBBY21201 BANK BELVEB OJSC BREST (BREST REGIONAL BRANCH)
14 BELBBY21794 BANK BELVEB OJSC GLUBOKOYE (GLUBOKOYE)
15 BELBBY21213 BANK BELVEB OJSC GOMEL (GOMEL REGIONAL BRANCH)
16 BELBBY21204 BANK BELVEB OJSC GRODNO (GRODNO REGIONAL BRANCH)
17 BELBBY21210 BANK BELVEB OJSC KOBRIN (KOBRIN)
18 BELBBY21216 BANK BELVEB OJSC LIDA (LIDA)
19 BELBBY21209 BANK BELVEB OJSC MINSK (MINSK BRANCH 1)
20 BELBBY21215 BANK BELVEB OJSC MINSK (MINSK BRANCH 2)
21 BELBBY21217 BANK BELVEB OJSC MINSK (MINSK BRANCH 3)
22 BELBBY21220 BANK BELVEB OJSC MINSK (MINSK BRANCH 4)
23 BELBBY21251 BANK BELVEB OJSC MINSK (MINSK BRANCH 5)
24 BELBBY21728 BANK BELVEB OJSC MINSK (MINSK BRANCH CENTRAL)
25 BELBBY2X BANK BELVEB OJSC MINSK
26 BELBBY21202 BANK BELVEB OJSC MOGILEV (MOGILEV REGIONAL BRANCH)
27 BELBBY21211 BANK BELVEB OJSC MOLODECHNO (MOLODECHNO)
28 BELBBY21205 BANK BELVEB OJSC MOZIR (MOZYR)
29 BELBBY21206 BANK BELVEB OJSC ORSHA (ORSHA)
30 BELBBY21212 BANK BELVEB OJSC PINSK (PINSK)
31 BELBBY21221 BANK BELVEB OJSC RECHITSA (RECHITSA)
32 BELBBY21848 BANK BELVEB OJSC VERKHNEDVINSK (VERKHNEDVINSK)
33 BELBBY21208 BANK BELVEB OJSC VITEBSK (VITEBSK REGIONAL BRANCH)
34 BELBBY21219 BANK BELVEB OJSC VOLKOVISK (VOLKOVISK)
35 MMBNBY21282 BANK MOSCOW MINSK JSC BREST (BREST BRANCH)
36 MMBNBY21275 BANK MOSCOW MINSK JSC GOMEL (GOMEL BRANCH)
37 MMBNBY21279 BANK MOSCOW MINSK JSC GRODNO (GRODNO BRANCH)
38 MMBNBY22 BANK MOSCOW MINSK JSC MINSK
39 MMBNBY21271 BANK MOSCOW MINSK JSC MOGILEV (MOGILEV BRANCH)
40 MMBNBY21277 BANK MOSCOW MINSK JSC VITEBSK (VITEBSK BRANCH)
41 BAPBBY2X BELAGROPROMBANK JSC MINSK
42 AKBBBY21802 BELARUSBANK BARANOVICHI (BARANOVICHI BRANCH 802)
43 AKBBBY21703 BELARUSBANK BOBRUISK (BOBRUISK BRANCH 703)
44 AKBBBY21612 BELARUSBANK BORISOV (BORISOV BRANCH 612)
45 AKBBBY21100 BELARUSBANK BREST (BREST REGIONAL BRANCH 100)
46 AKBBBY21302 BELARUSBANK GOMEL (GOMEL BRANCH 302)
47 AKBBBY21300 BELARUSBANK GOMEL (GOMEL REGIONAL BRANCH 300)
48 AKBBBY21400 BELARUSBANK GRODNO (GRODNO REGIONAL BRANCH 400)
49 AKBBBY21113 BELARUSBANK KOBRIN (KOBRIN BRANCH 113)
50 AKBBBY21712 BELARUSBANK KOSTUKOVICHI (KOSTUKOVICHI BRANCH 712)

What is Swift Code?

A SWIFT code is an international bank code that identifies particular banks worldwide. It’s also known as a Bank Identifier Code (BIC). Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them.

The registrations of Swift Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (“SWIFT”) and their headquarters 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.

The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The code formatted as below:-

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - location code (letters and digits) (passive participant will have "1" in the second character)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office) (letters and digits)

The format of Swift Code is as follows:-

A A A A B B C C D D D
Bank Code Country Code Location Code Branch Code

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