SWIFT Code of Bank of China Sri Lanka Colombo Branch
|SWIFT CODE (BIC)||BKCHLKLX|
|Institution Name (BANK Name)||BANK OF CHINA LIMITED|
|Branch Name||COLOMBO BRANCH|
|Address|| CARGILLS BUILDING FLOOR 2, 40 YORK STREET, COLOMBO, SRI LANKA |
Details of the Bank of China Colombo Branch
The Bank of China Colombo Branch was granted a Banking License by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka and became the first Chinese-funded financial institution in Sri Lanka. The opening of the Colombo branch marks the presence of Bank of China in 54 countries and regions overseas.
What is SWIFT Code
SWIFT code is a set of eight or eleven digits code that are used to identify bank and financial institutes world wide. SWIFT code also identified as BIC code , SWIFT ID, SWIFT BIC, SWIFT address, and ISO9362.
Composition of the SWIFT (BIC) Code can brake down as follow
AAAA BB CC DDD
- AAAA – BANK Code (Only Letters)
- BB – ISO 3166-1 Alpha 2 Country Code (2 Letters)
- Location Code ( Letters, Digits, Letters and Digits )
- Bank Code (Optional) (XXX for Primary Branch) (Letters and Digits)