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Swift codes of banks in Norway

SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & AddressBranch Name
HALDNO21HALDNO21 XXX
HALDNO21XXX
HALD NO 21
HALD NO 21 XXX
Bank code: HALD
Country Code: NO
Location Code: 21
Branch Code :XXX
HALDEN SPAREBANK

WIELS PLASS 2

City: HALDEN
Country: NORWAY
HALTNO21HALTNO21 XXX
HALTNO21XXX
HALT NO 21
HALT NO 21 XXX
Bank code: HALT
Country Code: NO
Location Code: 21
Branch Code :XXX
HALTDALEN SPAREBANK



City: HALTDALEN
Country: NORWAY
HANDNOKKHANDNOKK XXX
HANDNOKKXXX
HAND NO KK
HAND NO KK XXX
Bank code: HAND
Country Code: NO
Location Code: KK
Branch Code :XXX
HANDELSBANKEN

POSTBOKS 1342 VIKA

City: N-0113 OSLO
Country: NORWAY
HANDNOKKCUSHANDNOKK CUS
HAND NO KK CUS
Bank code: HAND
Country Code: NO
Location Code: KK
Branch Code :CUS
HANDELSBANKEN



City: OSLO
Country: NORWAY
(NORDIC CUSTODY SERVICES)
HASBNO21HASBNO21 XXX
HASBNO21XXX
HASB NO 21
HASB NO 21 XXX
Bank code: HASB
Country Code: NO
Location Code: 21
Branch Code :XXX
HARSTAD SPAREBANK

RIK. KAARBOSPLASS 2

City: HARSTAD
Country: NORWAY
HAUGNO21HAUGNO21 XXX
HAUGNO21XXX
HAUG NO 21
HAUG NO 21 XXX
Bank code: HAUG
Country Code: NO
Location Code: 21
Branch Code :XXX
HAUGESUND SPAREBANK

HARALDSGATE 115

City: HAUGESUND
Country: NORWAY
HESPNOB1HESPNOB1 XXX
HESPNOB1XXX
HESP NO B1
HESP NO B1 XXX
Bank code: HESP
Country Code: NO
Location Code: B1
Branch Code :XXX
HEGRA SPAREBANK

EINAR BERGS VEG 1

City: HEGRA
Country: NORWAY
HELGNO21HELGNO21 XXX
HELGNO21XXX
HELG NO 21
HELG NO 21 XXX
Bank code: HELG
Country Code: NO
Location Code: 21
Branch Code :XXX
HELGELAND SPAREBANK

JERNBANEGATA 15

City: MOSJOEN
Country: NORWAY
HENRNOK1HENRNOK1 XXX
HENRNOK1XXX
HENR NO K1
HENR NO K1 XXX
Bank code: HENR
Country Code: NO
Location Code: K1
Branch Code :XXX
HEWLETT-PACKARD NORGE AS

OSTENSJOVEIEN 32

City: OSLO
Country: NORWAY
HJARNO21HJARNO21 XXX
HJARNO21XXX
HJAR NO 21
HJAR NO 21 XXX
Bank code: HJAR
Country Code: NO
Location Code: 21
Branch Code :XXX
HJARTDAL OG GRANSHERAD SPAREBANK



City: SAULAND
Country: NORWAY
HJELNO21HJELNO21 XXX
HJELNO21XXX
HJEL NO 21
HJEL NO 21 XXX
Bank code: HJEL
Country Code: NO
Location Code: 21
Branch Code :XXX
HJELMELAND SPAREBANK



City: HJELMELAND
Country: NORWAY
HCMSNOK1HCMSNOK1 XXX
HCMSNOK1XXX
HCMS NO K1
HCMS NO K1 XXX
Bank code: HCMS
Country Code: NO
Location Code: K1
Branch Code :XXX
HOEGH CAPITAL MANAGEMENT ASA

DRAMMENSVEIEN 134

City: OSLO
Country: NORWAY
HOLSNO21HOLSNO21 XXX
HOLSNO21XXX
HOLS NO 21
HOLS NO 21 XXX
Bank code: HOLS
Country Code: NO
Location Code: 21
Branch Code :XXX
HOL SPAREBANK

GEILOV 34

City: GEILO
Country: NORWAY
HOLLNO21HOLLNO21 XXX
HOLLNO21XXX
HOLL NO 21
HOLL NO 21 XXX
Bank code: HOLL
Country Code: NO
Location Code: 21
Branch Code :XXX
HOLAND SPAREBANK

BJORKEVEIEN 20

City: BJORKELANGEN
Country: NORWAY
HOSANO21HOSANO21 XXX
HOSANO21XXX
HOSA NO 21
HOSA NO 21 XXX
Bank code: HOSA
Country Code: NO
Location Code: 21
Branch Code :XXX
HOLLA OG LUNDE SPAREBANK

ULEFOSS-SENTERET

City: ULEFOSS
Country: NORWAY


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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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