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How do I find the BIC/SWIFT and IBAN code for my account?

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Some banks may refer to your Bank Identification Code (BIC) as a SWIFT code.

If you have an Ulster Bank North account, your BIC/SWIFT will be: ULSBGB2B.

If you're asked for an 11 character BIC/SWIFT, just add XXX at the end.

 

To find your BIC/SWIFT and International bank account number (IBAN) on Bankline:

1. Select 'Account information' in the left hand menu, then 'View account statement'

2. Select the 'Account ID' of the account you need the BIC/SWIFT or IBAN for

3. You'll then see them in the 'Account information' box above your statement

 

If you're making an international payment and need the BIC/SWIFT code for the payee, you should check what it is with them.

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