Georgia - All Banks Swift Codes / BIC Codes List

Are you looking for Georgia - 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 Georgia with their Branch SWIFT/BIC Code details, Which is required to transfer money from Georgia's Bank to Other country banks. You can use our simple online SWIFT Code lookup tool to find Georgia - All Banks Swift Codes / BIC Codes List details quickly.

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S.No.Swift CodeBank NameCityBranch
1 BAGAGE22CUS BANK OF GEORGIA TBILISI (CUSTODY SERVICES)
2 BAGAGE22BOG BANK OF GEORGIA TBILISI (HEAD OFFICE)
3 BAGAGE22GTS BANK OF GEORGIA TBILISI
4 BAGAGE22 BANK OF GEORGIA TBILISI
5 REPLGE22 BANK REPUBLIC (SOCIETE GENERALE GROUP) TBILISI
6 CBASGE22 BASISBANK JSC TBILISI
7 CNSBGE22 CONSTANTA BANK TBILISI
8 GTJSGE21 GALT AND TAGGART (JSC) SECURITIES TBILISI
9 GEIGGE21 GEORGIAN INVESTMENT GROUP TBILISI
10 HABGGE22 HALYK BANK GEORGIA JSC TBILISI
11 IBAZGE22 INTERNATIONAL BANK OF AZERBAIJAN GEORGIA TBILISI
12 IJSMGE22 INVESTBANK JSC TBILISI
13 DISNGE22 JSC BTA BANK TBILISI
14 CRTUGE22092 JSC CARTU BANK BATUMI (BATUMI BRANCH)
15 CRTUGE22087 JSC CARTU BANK KUTAISI (KUTAISI BRANCH)
16 CRTUGE22086 JSC CARTU BANK TBILISI (MTATSMINDA BRANCH)
17 CRTUGE22 JSC CARTU BANK TBILISI
18 KSBGGE22 JSC KOR STANDARD BANK TBILISI
19 LBRTGE22 JSC LIBERTY BANK TBILISI
20 PAHAGE22 JSC PASHA BANK GEORGIA TBILISI
21 CAVOGE22 JSC PRIVATBANK TBILISI
22 UGEBGE22617 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA AKHALTSIKHE (AKHALTSIKHE BRANCH)
23 UGEBGE22655 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA BATUMI (BATUMI BRANCH)
24 UGEBGE22622 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA GARDABANI (GARDABANI BRANCH)
25 UGEBGE22602 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA GORI (GORI BRANCH)
26 UGEBGE22624 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA GURJAANI (GURJAANI BRANCH)
27 UGEBGE22605 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA KUTAISI (KUTAISI BRANCH)
28 UGEBGE22639 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA MARNEULI (MARNEULI BRANCH)
29 UGEBGE22643 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA OZURGETI (OZURGETI BRANCH)
30 UGEBGE22606 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA POTI (POTI BRANCH)
31 UGEBGE22607 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA RUSTAVI (RUSTAVI BRANCH)
32 UGEBGE22687 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA TBILISI (ABKHAZETI BRANCH)
33 UGEBGE22615 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA TBILISI (CENTRAL BRANCH)
34 UGEBGE22665 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA TBILISI (DIDUBE BRANCH)
35 UGEBGE22 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA TBILISI (HEAD OFFICE)
36 UGEBGE22668 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA TBILISI (KRZANINI BRANCH)
37 UGEBGE22666 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA TBILISI (MTATSMINDA BRANCH)
38 UGEBGE22604 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA TBILISI (RUSTAVELI BRANCH)
39 UGEBGE22670 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA TBILISI (SABURTALO BRANCH)
40 UGEBGE22629 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA TELAVI (TELAVI BRANCH)
41 UGEBGE22603 JSC VTB BANK GEORGIA ZUGDIDI (ZUGDIDI BRANCH)
42 INEXGE22 MFO INTEL EXPRESS GEORGIA LTD TBILISI
43 MLNMGE22 MILLENNIUM WORX LLC TBILISI
44 BNLNGE22 NATIONAL BANK OF GEORGIA TBILISI
45 MIBGGE22 PROCREDIT BANK GEORGIA TBILISI
46 PRSGGE22 PROGRESSBANK TBILISI
47 RGBRGE21 RUSSIAN GEORGIAN BANK OF RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT TBILISI
48 TCZBGE22 T.C. ZIRAAT BANKASI A.S. TBILISI BRANCH TBILISI
49 TBCBGE22835 TBC BANK BATUMI (BATUMI BRANCH)
50 TBCBGE22762 TBC BANK BORJOMI (BORJOMI BRANCH)

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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