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Swift codes of BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)
SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & Address
BREXPLPWMULBREXPLPW MUL
BREX PL PW MUL
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :MUL
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

(RETAIL BANKING)



City: LODZ
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWOLSBREXPLPW OLS
BREX PL PW OLS
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :OLS
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

GLAWACKIEGO 28

City: OLSZTYN
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWOPOBREXPLPW OPO
BREX PL PW OPO
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :OPO
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

(OPOLE BRANCH)



City: OPOLE
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWPOZBREXPLPW POZ
BREX PL PW POZ
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :POZ
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

WIELKA 26

City: POZNAN
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWRCOBREXPLPW RCO
BREX PL PW RCO
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :RCO
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

(REGIONAL OPERATION CENTER)

POWSTANCOW 43

City: KATOWICE
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWRYBBREXPLPW RYB
BREX PL PW RYB
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :RYB
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

(RYBNIK BRANCH)



City: RYBNIK
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWRZEBREXPLPW RZE
BREX PL PW RZE
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :RZE
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

(RZESZOW BRANCH)



City: RZESZOW
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWSZCBREXPLPW SZC
BREX PL PW SZC
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :SZC
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

TKACKA 55

City: SZCZECIN
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWWA1BREXPLPW WA1
BREX PL PW WA1
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :WA1
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

(BRANCH)

UL. SENATORSKA 18

City: WARSZAWA
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWWA2BREXPLPW WA2
BREX PL PW WA2
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :WA2
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

(WARSZAWA II BRANCH)



City: WARSZAWA
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWWA3BREXPLPW WA3
BREX PL PW WA3
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :WA3
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

(WARSZAWA III BRANCH)

OSTROBRAMSKA 95

City: WARSZAWA
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWWROBREXPLPW WRO
BREX PL PW WRO
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :WRO
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

UL PODWALE 63

City: WROCLAW
Country: POLAND
BREXPLPWZIEBREXPLPW ZIE
BREX PL PW ZIE
Bank code: BREX
Country Code: PL
Location Code: PW
Branch Code :ZIE
BRE BANK S.A. (FORMERLY BANK ROZWOJU EKSPORTU S.A.)

(ZIELONA GORA BRANCH)



City: ZIELONA GORA
Country: POLAND


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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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