Malaysian Banks SWIFT/BIC codes
SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication), BIC (Bank Identifier Codes) code or bank routing code is a unique identifier for an individual bank.
This code is used when making cross-border money transfer, particularly for international wire transfers.
You are usually asked for your bank’s SWIFT/BIC code when people want to credit your bank account with a fund originating from a foreign bank or an online payment system such as PayPal.
|AFFIN BANK BERHAD|| |
|ALLIANCE BANK MALAYSIA BERHAD|| |
|AMBANK BERHAD|| |
|BANK ISLAM MALAYSIA BERHAD|| |
|BANK KERJASAMA RAKYAT BERHAD|| |
|BANK MUAMALAT BERHAD|| |
|BANK OF AMERICA MALAYSIA BERHAD|| |
|BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA BERHAD|| |
|BANK SIMPANAN NASIONAL|| |
|CIMB BANK BERHAD|| |
|CITIBANK BERHAD|| |
|DEUSTCHE BANK|| |
|EON BANK BERHAD|| |
|HONG LEONG BANK BERHAD|| |
|HSBC BANK MALAYSIA BERHAD|| |
|MALAYAN BANKING BERHAD|| |
|OCBC BANK (M) BERHAD|| |
|PUBLIC BANK BERHAD|| |
|RHB BANK BERHAD|| |
|STANDARD CHARTERED BANK MSIA BHD|| |
|THE ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND BERHAD (RBS)|| |
|UNITED OVERSEAS BANK|| |
Sometimes you are also asked for IBAN or ABA number. These two bank identification numbering standards are not applicable to Malaysian local banks, so you can disregard it.
International Bank Account Numbers (IBAN) are account number standards primarily used in Europe. ABA or Bank Transit Routing number are used in the United States.