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The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) code is also known as Bank Identifier Code (BIC) or ISO 9362 code approved by the International Standard Organization (ISO). It is unique identification for a particular bank, mainly use for the money transferring between banks, particularly for International Wire Transfers and for the other message exchange between banks. The structure of the SWIFT Code is given below:
The SWIFT Code consists of 8 or 11 characters and the main difference between 8 and 11 characters are the 8-digits code refers to the primary office and the 11-digit code refers the sub office for example AAAA BB CC DDD:
You can read more about the SWIFT Code at Wikipedia website.