To all Filipino myLotters - All about Swift Codes

@jAyTriXz (528)
Philippines
June 21, 2007 10:57pm CST
To all Filipino myLotters, do you know any swift codes of our local banks? Can you post them so that we won't have any problem searching the swift codes of our local banks. Thanks!
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11 responses
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Hi there. I believe that all banks have swift codes because this is important for international telegraphic transfers. You just have to ask your bank about it. As for Land Bank, the swift code is TLBPPHMMAXXX.
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@secretbear (19476)
• Philippines
21 Sep 07
hey jay! this is absolutely very helpful for us filipinos. its been helpful for me. thanks a lot for posting this. ^__^
@jAyTriXz (528)
• Philippines
24 Jun 07
To all of the Filipinos looking for swift codes, I have found a list of swift codes in our local and other banks here in R.P.! Check this out! BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS - BOPIPHMM CITYBANK N.A. - MANILA BRANCH - CITIPHMX DEUTSCHE BANK AG - DEUTPHMM EQUITABLE-PCI BANK - PCIBPHMM HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION - HSBCPHMM INTERNATIONAL NEDERLANDEN GROEP BK - INGBPHMM JPMORGAN CHASE BANK N.A. - MANILA BRANCH - CHASPHMM LAND BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES - TLBPPHMM METROPOLITAN BANK AND TRUST COMPANY - MBTCPHMM RIZAL COMMERCIAL AND BANKING CORPORATION - RCBCPHMM SECURITY BANK CORPORATION - SETCPHMM STANDARD CHARTERED BANK - SCBLPHMM UNION BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES - UBPHPHMM UNITED COCONUT PLANTERS BANK - UCPBPHMM This is where I saw this lists of swift codes: http://earnmorebemore.blogspot.com/search/label/forum
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@jAyTriXz (528)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Thanks for responding! I guess I'll just open an account in Landbank for my moneybookers.
@hannah88 (258)
• Philippines
27 Jun 07
I have listed in one of my discussions the SWIFT code of some banks here in the philippines. http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/1170678.aspx To know the SWIFT code of your particular bank, it is safe to ask it from your bank.
@jAyTriXz (528)
• Philippines
27 Jun 07
Thanks for responding! I'll inquire for the specific swift code with their branch code in my bank. I'll also inquire about their charges for wire transfers.
@gigarange (1165)
• United States
23 Jun 07
Sorry. I have no idea about any swift codes of our local banks.
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@jAyTriXz (528)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Thanks for responding!
@luzamper (1360)
• Philippines
22 Jun 07
We have accounts in different banks which have different swift codes. It would be sure and also easy if you just call up your bank and ask the swift code. That is not secret and they will tell you the swift code. We cannot post the swift codes of all banks here and I think that is unnecessary. It's really very difficult to search so better ask your bank - that is very much easier.
@jAyTriXz (528)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Thanks for the response! That's what I'll be doing. I have the contact numbers of the local banks that I like to open my account with.
• Philippines
22 Jun 07
im having problems with swift codes too...
@jAyTriXz (528)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Thanks for your response! I'm also having problems with swift codes. I think we just have to call the banks for the swift codes like some of the pinoy myLotters have done.
@a_ce_e (1427)
• Philippines
22 Jun 07
You may try to visit your local banks website i am sure they posted there the swift code. You may go under remittance services under correspondent banks. The local banks had posted the ways how to remit money via correspondent bank which a swiftcode is needed. As for BPI Swift address :BOPIPHMM (BPI/BPI Family Bank account)
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@jAyTriXz (528)
• Philippines
22 Jun 07
Thanks for your reply! I would like to know what is the swift address that you given me? Is it the swift code or something else? Sorry I'm still new about swift codes and all that. :)
@Zelmarq (11228)
• Philippines
22 Jun 07
You can call your bank and ask for it. I was having second thoughts about it thinking that our local banks may not have this swift codes, but i am to tell you metro bank does have a swift code.
@jAyTriXz (528)
• Philippines
22 Jun 07
Thanks for responding! Do you know the numbers of EPCI and BPI? Thanks!
@Couch08 (36)
• United States
22 Nov 08
I believed there are swift code assigned for every local bank in the Philippines so if you are being asked for swift code or routing number you should ask your bank about it.
@jlamela (4912)
• Philippines
18 Nov 08
Hello there! Swift codes are letter combination from the banks where you opened your accounts. You can get it by asking your bank, usually it consists of 8 letters, for example, metrobank davao (roxaz branch) their swift code is MBTC PHMM, I have a swift code of BPI express banking-Davao, but I lost the paper where I wrote the combination.lol! Hope this information can help you.
@cyntrow (8527)
• United States
12 Nov 08
If you know the name of the bank in any country, you can find the swift code here: http://www.swift.com/index.cfm?item_id=43232
@chubibo (295)
• Philippines
15 May 08
i thought i can find SWIFT code in union bank's website..but i was wrong..hahahah..ill try to visit one of the branches of union bank one of this days.