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Swift codes of ABSA BANK LIMITED
SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & AddressBranch Name
ABSAZAJJACSABSAZAJJ ACS
ABSA ZA JJ ACS
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :ACS
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: JOHANNESBURG
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(ABSA CAPITAL BROKERS)
ABSAZAJJCBFABSAZAJJ CBF
ABSA ZA JJ CBF
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :CBF
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: BLOEMFONTEIN
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(INTERNATIONAL CENTER BLOEMFONTEIN)
ABSAZAJJCCTABSAZAJJ CCT
ABSA ZA JJ CCT
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :CCT
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: CAPE TOWN
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(CORPORATE BANKING SERVICES - WESTERN CAPE/476)
ABSAZAJJCDBABSAZAJJ CDB
ABSA ZA JJ CDB
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :CDB
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: DURBAN
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(CORPORATE BANKING SERVICES - NATAL/479)
ABSAZAJJCNEABSAZAJJ CNE
ABSA ZA JJ CNE
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :CNE
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: NELSPRUIT
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(INTERNATIONAL BANKING CENTRE NELSPRUIT/449)
ABSAZAJJCPEABSAZAJJ CPE
ABSA ZA JJ CPE
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :CPE
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: PORT ELIZABETH
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(CORPORATE BANKING SERVICES - EASTERN CAPE/480)
ABSAZAJJCPTABSAZAJJ CPT
ABSA ZA JJ CPT
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :CPT
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: PRETORIA
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(CORPORATE BANKING SERVICES - NORTHERN TRANSVAAL/478)
ABSAZAJJCRDABSAZAJJ CRD
ABSA ZA JJ CRD
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :CRD
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: PRETORIA
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(CREDIT CARD ADMIN CENTRE)
ABSAZAJJCWIABSAZAJJ CWI
ABSA ZA JJ CWI
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :CWI
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: JOHANNESBURG
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(CORPORATE BANKING SERVICES - WITWATERSRAND/235)
ABSAZAJJMG1ABSAZAJJ MG1
ABSA ZA JJ MG1
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :MG1
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: JOHANNESBURG
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(ABSA ISSUING AGENT)
ABSAZAJJMG2ABSAZAJJ MG2
ABSA ZA JJ MG2
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :MG2
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: JOHANNESBURG
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(ABSA TRADE REPORTING)
ABSAZAJJMG3ABSAZAJJ MG3
ABSA ZA JJ MG3
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :MG3
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: JOHANNESBURG
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(ABSA CUSTODY)
ABSAZAJJMMDABSAZAJJ MMD
ABSA ZA JJ MMD
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :MMD
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: JOHANNESBURG
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(MONEY MARKET BRANCH)
ABSAZAJJREKABSAZAJJ REK
ABSA ZA JJ REK
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :REK
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: JOHANNESBURG
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(ABSA RECONCILITAION DIVISION)
ABSAZAJJSLBABSAZAJJ SLB
ABSA ZA JJ SLB
Bank code: ABSA
Country Code: ZA
Location Code: JJ
Branch Code :SLB
ABSA BANK LIMITED



City: JOHANNESBURG
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
(LENDING DIVISION)


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SWIFT Code Description from Wikipedia

The SWIFT code is 8 or 11 characters, made up of:
4 letters: Institution Code or bank code.
2 letters: ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code
2 letters or digits: location code
  • if the second character is "0", then it is typically a test BIC as opposed to a BIC used on the live network.
  • if the second character is "1", then it denotes a passive participant in the SWIFT network
  • if the second character is "2", then it typically indicates a reverse billing BIC, where the recipient pays for the message as opposed to the more usual mode whereby the sender pays for the message.
3 letters or digits: branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office). Where an 8-digit code is given, it may be assumed that it refers to the primary office.

SWIFT Standards, a division of The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), handles the registration of these codes. For this reason, Business Identifier Codes (BICs) are often called SWIFT addresses or codes.




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