Bank Codes

There are THREE common bank identifying codes used internationally, and these are:
BRSTN: Bank Routing Symbol Transit Numbers for Major Banks in the Philippines….

SWIFT, BRSTN and CHIPS in Philippine Banks

There are THREE common bank identifying codes used internationally, and these are:


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BRSTN: Bank Routing Symbol Transit Numbers for Major Banks in the Philippines

This 9 digit code identifies the country, city, and name of your bank, and is the commonly used bank identifier code used among banks in the Philippines to transfer funds.

SWIFT: Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication. Business Identifier Codes (BICs) are often called SWIFT addresses or codes.

The SWIFT code is 8 or 11 characters, made up of:
4 letters: Institution Code or bank code.
2 letters: ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code eg: PH = Philippines
2 letters or digits: location code  eg:  the MM at the end of many codes = Metro Manila
The last 3 characters represent the local branch code.

CHIPS: Clearing House Interbank Payments System  http://www.chips.org

 

Although these are listed below, it is always advised to contact your bank to check the code before using it to transfer funds.
A wrong, or outdated, code could cause problems with your financial transactions. Trust ONLY your bank.

Some banks use a routing number of another bank that they route transfers through. For example BRSTN: 021000021 is actually JP Morgan Chase in New York, but used for at least BPI Family Bank and PSBank.

 

Bank BRSTN SWIFT CHIPS
Allied Banking Corp BRSTN: 010320013 ABCMPHMM 113391
Australia New Zealand BRSTN: 010700015
Asia United Bank BRSTN: 011020011
Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas BRSTN: 010030015
Bangkok Bank BRSTN: 010670019
Bank Of America BRSTN: 010120019
Bank Of China BRSTN: 011140014
Bank Of Makati BRSTN: to follow
Bank Of Tokyo BRSTN: 010460012
BDO Banco De Oro (& EPCIB) BRSTN: 010530667 BNORPHMM  342100
Bank Of Commerce BRSTN: 010440016
Bank Of The Philippine Islands BRSTN: 010040018 BOPIPHMMXXX
BPI Family Savings Bank BRSTN: 021000021 BPFFPHM1XXX
China Banking Corp BRSTN: 010100013
China Trust Comml Bank BRSTN: 010690015
Citibank N.A. BRSTN: 010070017
Citibank N.A. Cebu BRSTN: 010070017 CITIPHMXCBU
Citibank N.A. Manila Ibg-Treasury Services Unit BRSTN: 010070017 CITIPHMXTSU
Devt Bank Of The Phils BRSTN: 010590018
Deutsche Bank BRSTN: 010650013
East West Bank BRSTN: 010620014
Export & Industry Bank BRSTN: 010860010
Fuji Bank BRSTN: 010640010
HSBC BRSTN: 010060014 HSBCPHMM  070862
Intl Comml Bank Of China BRSTN: 010560019
Intl Exchange Bank BRSTN: 010680012
JP Morgan Chase Bank BRSTN: 010720011
Korea Exchange Bank BRSTN: 010710018
Intl Nederland Bank BRSTN: 010660016
Land Bank Of The Phils BRSTN: 010350025 TLBPPHMM
Maybank Of The Phils BRSTN: 010220016
Metrobank BRSTN: 010269996
Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co BRSTN: 010269996 MBTCPHMMXXX
Phil Bank Of Communication BRSTN: 010110016
Phil Trust Company BRSTN: 010090039
Philippine National Bank BRSTN: 010080010 PNBMPHMM
Prudential Bank BRSTN: 010150018
Phil Veterans Bank BRSTN: 010330016
PS Bank (Philippine Savings Bank) BRSTN: PHSBPHMMXXX
Rizal Comml Banking Corp BRSTN: 010280014
Security Bank & Trust Co BRSTN: 010140015
Standard Chartered Bank BRSTN: 010050011
United Coconut Planters Bank BRSTN: 010299995 UCPBPHMM
Union Bank Of The Phils BRSTN: 010419995
United Overseas Bank BRSTN: 010270189
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  2. I want to get the routing number for the dollar savings accounts with the PNB-San Pablo City branch. I called their telephone number, but unluckily nobody answer sent an e-mail request to the customer service of PNB-Main Office and hasn’t received a reply. When I went to my bank here in Illinois, they told me they need the routing number. Going to the PNB remittance center is not an option for a senior citizen like me who lives alone and has not driven for years. I am planning to wire transfer to my sister’s account. Thanks for your help.

    1. I find it odd that your bank, in Illinois, can’t get that number. I would have assumed that any bank would have access to all bank codes.

      Have you tried ringing the other numbers.

      Laguna-San Pablo City
      (049) 562-4522 / (049) 562-0608
      9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

      Laguna-San Pablo City Colago
      (049) 562-7904 / 562-7905
      9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

      Alternatively:
      Customer Care
      Customer Experience Division
      Philippine National Bank
      (632) 8573-8888
      customercare@pnb.com.ph

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