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Find your IBAN and BIC

IBAN is your International Bank Account Number. BIC is the Bank Identifier Code (also known as a SWIFT code).

You need these to receive payments from some countries. They're used instead of your account number and sort code.

If you're paying a person or company in the EU or EEA, or certain other countries, you'll need their IBAN and BIC.

This page is for business customers

Find out about international payments for personal customers, including where to find your IBAN and BIC.

International payments

I use Online for Business

  1. Log onto Online for Business.
  2. Select More actions next to the account the money is being paid into.
  3. Select Account information to find the IBAN and BIC.

I use Commercial Banking Online

To view your IBAN:

  1. Log on to Commercial Banking Online
  2. Go to Manage Payments and select Bank Account Summary. You’ll see a list of your accounts. ​
  3. Select Manage Columns on the right-hand side.​
  4. Tick IBAN and select OK. You’ll see a new column with IBANs for all of your accounts.​

Tip: to save this change for next time, select Save view in the top right corner. You can then quickly return to this view by selecting it from the View menu.​

You'll find your BIC or SWIFT on your bank statement. At the moment you can't view this in Commercial Banking Online.

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