IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number. This is your bank account number in an internationally recognised format.
An IBAN is made up of:
A Co-operative Bank IBAN might look like GB12CPBK12345612345678.
In this example the country code is GB, the check number is 12, the bank identified code is CPBK followed by the sort code and account details.
You can find your IBAN on your statements, or when you log into online banking and select the account you wish to find the IBAN for.
You can find out whether an IBAN you have been given is correct by visiting the UK Payments website.
Swift stands for the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications. It can be used to make an electronic payment of any amount, to almost anywhere in the world.
A SWIFT transfer normally takes between 1-4 working days to complete.
The Co-operative Bank's SWIFT code is: CPBKGB22.
To make a SWIFT payment you'll need the:
You'll also need to agree to the below declaration:
We may need to disclose limited information to third parties where reasonably necessary. This is for the purposes of the prevention and detection of crime, prosecution of offenders, for the purposes of national security or where required by law. This may mean that the information could be transferred to countries that do not provide the same level of data protection as the UK.
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