You’re in the right place! In this post, we will show you how to find your UOB SWIFT Code. This is a code that’s used when transferring money internationally. It’s just one of the many options for sending and receiving funds between countries and currencies. You can transfer funds using a bank account or debit card- but first, let’s get your Swift code!
UOB SWIFT Code is UOVBSGSGXXX, where ‘XXX’ is the code of the branch or it can be offices/departments.
For example, the SWIFT code for “Banknotes Department” is UOVBSGSGBNS, where the last 3 digits BNS represents the department.
How do I find my UOB SWIFT Code?
Finding your UOB SWIFT code is not a difficult task. There are three ways of doing so:1) visit the bank’s website 2) call up the customer service hotline, or 3) ask an officer at any branch near you.
And also I have listed all the SWIFT codes of UOB Singapore here.
United Overseas Bank (UOB) Singapore SWIFT Codes/ BIC codes
|Branch Name||Swift Code|
|UNITED OVERSEAS BANK LIMITED |
|UNITED OVERSEAS BANK LTD (BULLION, BROKERAGE AND CLEARING)||UOVBSGSGBBC|
|UNITED OVERSEAS BANK LTD (BANKNOTES DEPARTMENT)||UOVBSGSGBNS|
|UNITED OVERSEAS BANK LTD (CLIENT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT)||UOVBSGSGCPM|
|UNITED OVERSEAS BANK LTD (CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION)||UOVBSGSGCSD|
|UNITED OVERSEAS BANK LTD (TRANSACTION BANKING)||UOVBSGSGCMS|
UOB Call Center/Helpline Number
UOB Customer Service (Singapore Customers): 1800 222 2121
UOB Call Centre (Overseas Customers): (+65) 6222 2121
To check UOB Branch details you can click here to get all the branch list and addresses.
What is a SWIFT code?
A SWIFT code is a unique identifier for financial institutions. They are used in international transactions and consist of 8 or 11 characters, depending on the institution. The first 4 letters represent the country code, with 2 letters representing the bank’s code within that country. All other letters are either a check digit or an additional information letter (the meanings vary).
The SWIFT codes were developed by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) to facilitate communication between banks all over the world. They’re often used as identifiers for various currencies when doing international money transfers online.
What is a BIC Code?
A BIC code is an acronym for the term “Business Identification Code.” It identifies individual banks and financial institutions. The number consists of eight digits, which are assigned by the ISO (International Organization for Standardization). A BIC code can be found on a check or other banking document in order to identify where a bank was located, what branch it came from, and who issued the check. The first four digits represent what country it belongs to; next two numbers indicate the clearing district within that country; last four numbers refer to specific location. For example 001 would mean U.S., 010 would mean New York City, 100 would mean Bank One Corporation Miami Branch.