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IBAN number

IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number. IBANs were introduced to standardise the identification of bank accounts internationally. Your existing bank sort code and account numbers have not been replaced - your IBAN is just an internationally recognised format of your bank details. You can find your relevant IBAN on your account statement. It usually starts with two letters indicating the country where your account is domiciled. The format and length of an IBAN varies from country to country.

  • Your IBAN is your International Bank Account Number.
  • Found on your bank statement or via internet banking.
  • Your IBAN starts with a country code followed by letters and numbers.
  • The last string of numbers is usually your full bank account number.
  • Consists of up to 34 alphanumeric characters

An IBAN and SWIFTBIC is required on all international payments to and from Europe. You will typically find this number printed on your bank statement.

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