What is an IBAN?

The International Bank Account Number (IBAN) is an international standard for identifying bank accounts made up of up to 34 letters and numbers.

Example: GB22 BARC 1020 1133 4455 22, where GB is the United Kingdom country code. 

How to find an IBAN

You can find the IBAN code on the front page of most bank statements, via online banking services, or by calling the bank's customer services team.

How do I know if my IBAN is valid?

You can use our IBAN checker to validate that the IBAN is correct and confirm details such as the bank name, bank address, and the associated BIC / SWIFT code.

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