Indonesian Banks Swift Code List

What is the SWIFT Code? The SWIFT address is an 8 or 11 alphanumeric characters long international standard uniquely identifying your financial institution. The SWIFT address is also known as BIC (=Bank Identifier Code). Usually swift code used to transfer money from bank to bank (internationally). Please contact your bank for details. The followings are working SWIFT code for some popular banks in Indonesia as of 3 Nov 2007. Provided by ABN AMRO Bank: ABNAIDJA Hagabank: HAGAIDJA Bank Artha Graha: ARTGIDJA Bank Bumiputera Indonesia: BUMIIDJA Bank Mandiri (not Bank Syariah Mandiri): BEIIIDJA Bank Niaga: BNIAIDJA Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI): BNINIDJA Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI): BRINIDJA Bank Bukopin: BBUKIDJA Bank Central Asia (BCA): CENAIDJA Deutsche Bank AG: DEUTIDJA Bank Mizuho Indonesia: MHCCIDJA Hongkong and Shanghai Banking (HSBC): HSBCIDJA Bank Internasional Indonesia (BII): IBBKIDJA Bank Indonesia: INDOIDJA Lippobank: LIPBIDJA Bank NISP: NISPIDJA Bank Rabobank International Indonesia: RABOIDJA Bank Tabungan Negara (BTN): BTANIDJA Bank UOB Indonesia: UOBBIDJA Bank Maybank Indocorp: MBBEIDJA Bank Chinatrust Indonesia: CTCBIDJA Bank Sumitomo Mitsui Indonesia: SUNIIDJA Bank OCBC Indonesia: OCBCIDJA Bank DBS Indonesia: DBSBIDJA Bank Mega: MEGAIDJA Bank of China, Jakarta Branch: BKCHIDJA Bank Syariah Mandiri (not Bank Mandiri): BSMDIDJA