List of All SWIFT Codes of Philippine Banks and Other Financial Institutions in Philippines

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When transferring money internationally (from other country into the Philippines), most financial institutions such as banks requires your to enter the swift code of the recipient bank in the Philippines.

Swift code is a unique identification code assigned to a financial or non-financial institution (bank or non-bank). It’s a standardized code to identify the source and recipient of the money transfer.

Swift code is also known as BIC or Bank Identifier Code. For non-financial institutions, it’s also called BEI or Business Entity Identifier.

If you’re transferring or sending money to the Philippines and you’re being required to enter the SWIFT CODE or BIC of the local bank in the Philippines, then, you must enter or provide that swift code.

We provide you below the ULTIMATE LIST OF OFFICIAL SWIFT CODES (BIC) of all the SWIFT-registered banks, financial and non-financial institutions in the Philippines.

There are two tables provided below. First is the “List of SWIFT Codes (BIC) of BDO, BPI, Metrobank, LandBank, other Popular Banks in Philippines” and second is the “Complete List of Swift Codes (BIC) of All SWIFT-Registered Banks, Financial and Non-Financial Institutions in Philippines

You can easily find a bank’s swift code by using the Search form in the table. Just search the name of the bank and it will show you the result instantly.

List of SWIFT Codes (BIC) of BDO, BPI, Metrobank, LandBank, other Popular Banks in Philippines

Complete List of Swift Codes (BIC) of All SWIFT-Registered Banks, Financial and Non-Financial Institutions in Philippines

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Can I use the BDO swift code (listed in the first table above) in Cebu, Davao, Iloilo or any BDO branch in the Philippines?

Yes. You can use the BDO swift code BNORPHMM in any BDO branches all over the Philippines.

Can I use the RCBC swift code (listed in the first table above) in Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, or any RCBC branch in the Philippines?

Yes. You can use the RCBC swift code RCBCPHMM in any RCBC branches all over the Philippines.

If you’re confused on what SWIFT CODE to use for a particular bank, just tell us in the comment below.

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