Bank Codes Used

a. Swift Code (8 or 11 characters)

Preferred code to be used for all beneficiary banks worldwide especially if the wire payment is bound outside USA and if an intermediary bank (where the beneficiary bank maintains a nostro account / settlement account) is needed.

b. Fedwire (9 digit code preceded by an “FW”)

FEDWIRE routing number also known as ABA Routing Number would always be used for US Domiciled Banks that are smaller financial institutions.

Specific requirements for various countries

Aside from the SWIFT Code of the Beneficiary Bank, if you are sending funds to banks in the following countries, please request your beneficiary to provide relevant routing code (or account numbers) applicable to his account in the countries listed below.

Here is a simple guide on what you should supply to your BPI Branch:

CountryBank Code/Code Required
United KingdomSort Code: SC + 6 Digits
AustraliaBSB Number: AU + 6 Digits
CanadaTransit Number: CC + 9 Digits
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