When conducting international financial transactions, you’ll often come across a term known as the SWIFT code. In the case of ANZ Bank, this SWIFT code can also be referred to as ANZ’s BIC Code (Bank Identifying Code) or simply Bank Code.
ANZ Bank ID
ANZ’s SWIFT code is either ANZBNZ22 or ANZBAU3M, and it plays a crucial role in ensuring the smooth and secure flow of funds across borders.
A Bank Identifier Code (BIC) or SWIFT code is a standardized code used to identify a specific financial institution, usually a bank, during international financial transactions. The code is a unique combination of letters and numbers that helps ensure the accurate routing of funds across borders.