Business Identifier Code

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Business Identifier Code. An international identifier for financial and non-financial institutions used to facilitate automated processing of information for financial services

The BIC is used for addressing messages, routing business transactions and identifying business parties. Note that the use of OrganizationPartIdentifier in FIBO corresponds to the Branch Code in the SWIFT scheme.


  • Swift Id

See Also

  • ISO 9362:2014 Banking -- Banking telecommunication messages -- Business identifier code (BIC)


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