Argentina — CUIL/ CUIT

The Código Único de Identificación Tributaria (CUIT) and Código Único de Identificación Laboral (CUIL) are Argentina's tax identification numbers. Both are provided by the gover...

Australia — BSB Codes

A BSB code is the Bank/State/Branch number, and is the popular term for a Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used among banks in Australia to transfer funds. It is a six-digit code iden...

Brazil — CPF

The Cadastro de Pessoas Físicas (CPF) is the the Brazilian individual taxpayer registry identification number. It has 11 digits and can be found on your CPF card. You'll also ne...

Canada — Transit Number

A transit number is the Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used among banks in Canada to transfer funds. It is composed of a three-digit financial institution number which identifies yo...

Chile — RUT

The Rol Único Tributario (RUT) is the national identification number in Chile. It is typically 7-8 digits + 1 character numeric or alphanumeric (format: x.xxx.xxx-z or xx.xxx.xx...

Great Britain — Sort Codes

A sort code is the Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used among banks in the United Kingdom to transfer funds. It is a six-digit number that identifies your bank. With this simple code...

Hong Kong — Account number

Different banks in Hong Kong have different bank account format requirements for Direct to Local Bank transfers. Some banks may require you to add the bank code + branch code + ...

India — IFSC Branch Codes

An IFSC is an Indian Financial System Code and it is the popular term for a Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used among banks in India to transfer funds. It is an 11-digit code identi...

Malaysia — NRIC

The National Registration Identity Card Number (NRIC) is a 12 digit registration ID number in Malaysia. You can find yours on your official identity documents (such as MyKad). P...

Mexico — CLABE

The CLABE (Clave Bancaria Estandarizada) is a banking standard for bank account structure in Mexico. The CLABE is 18 digits and includes the structure: 3 digit bank code + 3 dig...

Philippines — BRSTN Codes

A BRSTN code is the Bank Routing Symbol Transit Number, and is the popular term for a Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used among banks in the Philippines to transfer funds. It is a n...

Russia — RUBIK

The RUBIK is a 9 numeric digit bank identification number in Russia. The form will require you to select whether your bank account is a corporate or personal account. If your ac...

Singapore — Branch code

Some banks in Singapore require you to enter a 3 digit branch code. In particular, HSBC, OCBC, and SBI Singapore require you to enter the 3 digit branch code in order for funds ...

SWIFT Bank Codes

Global SWIFT Codes SWIFT Code Troubleshooting Other Bank Codes Global SWIFT Codes A SWIFT code is a popular term for a Bank Identifier Code (BIC). SWIFT stands for the Societ...

United States — ABA Routing Number

An ABA routing number is the nine-digit number that the American Banking Association assigns to financial institutions, and they are required for ACH transfers. ACH transfers ar...

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