What is the SWIFT code for ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited?


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What’s the SWIFT code for ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited in New Zealand?

The BIC/SWIFT code for ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited is ANZBNZ22.¹

If you’re making an international transfer to a bank account at ANZ, or if you want to receive money from abroad into your account at ANZ, you’ll need the SWIFT code. You may also need the following information:

Bank NameANZ Bank New Zealand Limited¹
SWIFT/BIC Code for ANZ Bank New Zealand LimitedANZBNZ22
Bank address, city & stateANZ Bank New Zealand Limited, ANZ Centre, 23-29 Albert Street, Auckland 1010, New Zealand.¹
Beneficiary account numberComplete ANZ bank account number of the recipient (including leading zeros)
Beneficiary nameThe name on the recipient’s account as it appears on one of their bank statements

What’s a SWIFT Code?

A SWIFT code, which is also known as a Business Identifier Code (BIC), is an international bank code that’s used to identify individual banks and financial institutions all over the world. The SWIFT code contains important information about the bank, including where a bank is located. If you’re sending or receiving an international wire transfer at ANZ, you’ll need to know the correct SWIFT code.²

A SWIFT code is 8-11 characters, formatted like this: AAAABBCCDDD.²

AAAA: Bank code

BB: Country code

CC: Location code

DDD: Optional branch code

What’s the difference between a SWIFT code, a BIC, an IBAN and a routing number?

SWIFT codes are used globally and identify specific banks. IBANs, which stands for International Bank Account Number, are used in the EU plus Norway, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Hungary, and identifies individual accounts, not banks. Routing numbers are similar to SWIFT codes, but they only identify US banks, not institutions around the globe.

Do SWIFT codes change from branch to branch?

Yes, so use this tool to look up the correct SWIFT code for your ANZ branch. If you’re not sure which branch specific code to use, you can use the general code, which will work for all ANZ branches in New Zealand.

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¹ https://www.anz.co.nz/personal/migrants-travel-foreign-exchange/microsite/en/living-in-nz/

² https://www.commbank.com.au/support/faqs/757.html

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