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CALCULATE THE IBAN AND BIC/SWIFT CODE OF ANY ACCOUNT USING THE UNICAJA BANCO CALCULATOR

Calculate IBAN and BIC/SWIFT Code

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Your BIC code is:

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What is the IBAN code?

The International Bank Account Code (IBAN) is a number used to identify an account at national or international level.

It is comprised of 4 digits that are placed at the beginning of the bank account: country code (2 digits) + sort code (2 digits). In Spain, the current account would thus have 24 digits instead of 20, being as follows:

BIC or SWIFT Code

The BIC (Bank Identifier Code) or SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) code are necessary in order to perform an international transfer to identify a specific bank. The code contains between 8 and 11 digits.

 

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