Standard bank branch code: Standard bank branch code universal

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If you are search for branch codes for South Africa banks, I think this post id for you. Standard bank is one of the largest banks in South Africa that has been existing for more than 150 years now with thousands of satisfied customers; they also have branches in some part of Africa like Nigeria and the rest. In this post, I will show you standard bank branch codes which you can use for online transactions and also standard bank universal branch codes.

bank code is a code that is usually assigned by a central bank, a bank supervisory body or assigned to Bankers Association in a country to all its licensed member banks or financial institutions respectively. The rules tend to vary to a great extent between the countries. Also the name of bank codes usually varies. In some countries the bank codes can be viewed via the internet or otherwise, but mostly in their respective local language. Example, standard bank branch code has its own unique figures.

Note that the (national) bank codes usually differ from the international Bank Identifier Code (BIC/ISO 9362, a normalized code – also known as Business Identifier Code, Bank International Code and SWIFT code). Those countries that use International Bank Account Numbers (IBAN) have mostly integrated the bank code into the prefix of specifying IBAN account numbers. Note that the bank codes also differ from the Bank card code (CSC).

The term “bank code” is sometimes or most times (inappropriately) used by merchants to refer to the Card Security Code printed on a credit card which is usually wrong. Read below for standard bank branch code universal.

STANDARD BANK BRANCH CODE AND STANDARD BANK BRANCH CODE UNIVERSAL.

Now, the standard bank branch code universal that is recognized and used everywhere is 051 001. This code is universal and can be used by any branch. Below are some standard bank branch codes universal for some cities.

 
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Read this; South Africa bank branch codes 

 

BRANCH NAMECITY NAMEBRANCH CODE
BRIARDENEKWAZULU NATAL043626
ALEXANDRIA 050817
ARANOS 080071
ALIWAL NORTH 050020
BRANDWAG 055534
BEDFORD GARDENS 018305
ALBERTON 012342
BLOEMFONTEINBLOEMFONTEIN , FREE STATE055034
BOTHAVILLEFREE STATE055036
AUSSPANNPLATZ 082672
AUSSPANNPLATZ CASH CENTREWINDHOEK086072
BLOEMHOF 052538
BROOKLYNGAUTENG011245
BRAKPAN 012042
BURGERSFORT 052751
BEAUFORT WESTWESTERN CAPE050008
BRAAMFONTEIN 004805
BREDASDORP 050012
BARBERTONMPUMALANGA052552
BUREAU SERVICESGAUTENG002756
BERRY’S CORNER CLOSED 00-05-27 050517
BARKLY WESTNORTHERN CAPE050202
BARKLY EASTEASTERN CAPE050120
BERRY’S CORNERPORT ELIZABETH024210
BETHAL 052544
ARCADIAPRETORIA , GAUTENG010845
BETHLEHEM 055033
ALICE 050119
BRITSNORTH WEST052546
AMERSFOORT 052543
BELLVILLE CASH SERVICESWESTERN CAPE032610
BALFOUR MPUMALANGA 052643
BURGERSDORP 050220
BARONGWANORTH WEST017045
BEDFORD EASTERN CAPE 050219
AMANZIMTOTIKWA-ZULU NATAL057527
BLUFFDURBAN, KWAZULU NATAL043326
BOKSBURG 011842
BRITSTOWN 050004
BRAMLEY 004005
BLUFF 041127
ABERDEEN 050016
ALBERT STREET 040826
BALLITOKWAZULU NATAL040027
BELA-BELALIMPOPO053047
BAYSIDE 022209
BLUE ROUTEWESTERN CAPE025609
BRIDGE CITYDURBAN , KWA-ZULU NATAL040927
BRONKHORSTSPRUIT 052850
BALFOUR PARKJOHANNESBURG, 009160

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