Keybank Swift Codes for International Wire Transfers

KeyBank is one of the popular banks in USA. You can search for the swift codes for this bank using the search tool below. Swift Codes are required for international wire transfers across banks. These codes are also sometimes referred to as BIC codes.


Search Bank Swift Code

E.g. Keybank in Portland


Bank Name Location/Address Swift Code
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

ALBANY,NY

KEYBUS33ALB
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 101 WEST BENSON BOULEVARD

ANCHORAGE,AK

KEYBUS33ANK
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

ANN ARBOR,MI

KEYBUS33ANN
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 702 WEST IDAHO STREET

BOISE,ID

KEYBUS33BOI
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

BURLINGTON,VT

KEYBUS33BUR
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

CLEVELAND,OH

KEYBUS33CUS
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

DENVER,CO

KEYBUS33DEN
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION CORPORATE SERVICE CENTER
FLOOR 4
CLEVELAND,OH
KEYBUS33FEX
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

INDIANAPOLIS,IN

KEYBUS33IND
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

CLEVELAND,OH

KEYBUS33INV
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 127, PUBLIC SQUARE
FLOOR 7
CLEVELAND,OH
KEYBUS33LCC
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION ONE CANAL PLAZA

PORTLAND,ME

KEYBUS33MAI
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 1211 S.W. FIFTH AVENUE
SUITE 300
PORTLAND,OR
KEYBUS33POR
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION KEYBANK
SUITE 420
SEATTLE,WA
KEYBUS33SEA
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

CLEVELAND,OH

KEYBUS33SLC
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 50 SOUTH MAIN STREET

SALT LAKE CITY,UT

KEYBUS33UTA
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 4910 TIEDEMAN ROAD
MAILCODE OH-01-51-0641
CLEVELAND,OH
KEYBUS33XXX

Bank of America (BofA) Swift Codes

Bank of America, also known as BofA, is one of the biggest bank in the USA. It has hundreds of branches around the world. If you are looking to make an international wire transfer to any of the branches of BofA, you would require a swift code (also called BIC code) along with the account number of the recipient to make the successful transaction. Swift code for the various international branches of Bank of America is listed below. Just select the city or type in your search in the below box.


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Swift BIC Code

SWIFT Code stands for ‘Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication’ code. A SWIFT code is also called BIC Code – ‘Bank Identification Code’ which is used to identify banks uniquely throughout the world. A SWIFT code is recognized and approved by the International Standards Organization, or ISO, and represents a particular bank or bank branch. It is especially useful in facilitating international wire transfers.


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E.g. Wells Fargo in London

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The SWIFT code is an 8 or 11 alphanumeric characters code that uniquely identifies financial institution. If a SWIFT code is eleven characters, this means that the bank has added a three-digit code to denote a specific branch of a bank.

First 4 characters – Bank Code – Identifies financial institution uniquely (only letters)
Next 2 characters – Country Code (only letters)
Next 2 characters – Location Code (Letters and Digits)
Optional Last 3 characters – Branch Code of a bank (‘XXX’ for main office) (Letters and Digits)

The above mentioned format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) or Swift Code is approved by the International Standard Organization (ISO) and represents a particular bank or bank branch.

What is the use of Swift Codes?

When transferring money to another country or another bank, options include on-site express funds transfer services like Western Union, online funds transfer services like PayPal, or direct wire transfers from one bank to another. If a direct wire transfers is selected, the bank will probably ask for a SWIFT code for the bank receiving the funds. The SWIFT code is universally recognized and usually necessary for a funds transfer. These codes are used for transferring the money between banks especially the international wire transfers and are also used for exchanging other messages between banks. If you want to do a international direct wire transfer between banks, your bank will probably ask for the SWIFT code of the bank receiving the funds.

Most of the international banks use the SWIFT network for interbank messages. As of September 2010, SWIFT linked more than 9,000 financial institutions in 209 countries and territories, who were exchanging an average of over 15 million messages per day (compared to an average of 2.4 million daily messages in 1995).

SWIFT does not facilitate funds transfer; rather, it sends payment orders, which must be settled by correspondent accounts that the institutions have with each other. Each financial institution, to exchange banking transactions, must have a banking relationship by either being a bank or affiliating itself with one (or more) so as to enjoy those particular business features.