Bank details in Canada

Bank details: our directory makes it easy to find SWIFT (BIC) code, BSB code, Bank Sort code (BSC), Stock code, ABN of Canadian banks for wire transfer

What details are required for an international bank transfer?

We offer you the guide "Bank details". In this section of the site, we have collected the most important details of Canadian banks. Using the alphabetical index and clicking on the name of the bank, you will find out the following information about it: full name of the bank; SWIFT (BIC) code, BSB (Bank State Branch) code, BSC (Bank Sort code), Stock code, ABN. These bank details are needed by our country for the secure transfer of funds.

Transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers, we use bank details. Futhermore, there are other payments such as pension, social when you need to know the bank codes. Everyone can search for details of Canadian banks using the Bankchart.ca directory.

It should be noted, that the payers in certain countries may require you to provide IBAN. Canada does not use IBANs. That’s why you need to combine SWIFT Code and a bank account number.

What is a SWIFT bank code?

A SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch.

Do you want to know by email when we update the rates?