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What is South Africa Bank Branch Code?

Branch Code of any financial institution or bank in South Africa helps to identify the particular bank & they have also assigned branch code to each bank branch to identify the specific branch of the bank. This code used to transfer money or fund between local bank account, online bank transation etc.

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LOCATE ANY BANK BRANCH IN KENYA

Get Detailed Information of any Bank Branch in Kenya.


Or Validate Kenya Bank SORT Code 
Or Select a Bank from these
BANK OF BARODA    8 Branches
BANK OF INDIA    5 Branches
CENTRAL BANK OF KENYA    4 Branches
CHARTERHOUSE BANK LTD    9 Branches
CITIBANK N.A.    4 Branches
CO-­‐OPERATIVE BANK    94 Branches
CREDIT BANK LTD    5 Branches
DIAMOND TRUST BANK    32 Branches
ECOBANK KENYA LTD    12 Branches
EQUITY BANK    118 Branches
FAMILY BANK LTD    52 Branches
FINA BANK    11 Branches
FIRST COMMUNITY BANK    18 Branches
GIRO BANK LTD    7 Branches
GUARDIAN BANK    7 Branches
GULF AFRICAN BANK LTD    9 Branches
HABIB BANK A.G.    4 Branches
HABIB BANK LTD    3 Branches
IMPERIAL BANK LIMITED    12 Branches
JAMII BORA BANK LTD    2 Branches
K-­‐REP BANK    27 Branches
KENYA COMMERCIAL BANK LTD    167 Branches
NATIONAL BANK OF KENYA    34 Branches
NIC BANK    13 Branches
PRIME BANK LIMITED    13 Branches
STANDARD CHARTERED    37 Branches
UBA KENYA LTD    4 Branches
UNKNOWN    1 Branches

General Information About Brazil Bank Number / Numero do Banco / Código de Compensação do Banco & ISPB Code


What is Brazil Bank Number or Código COMPE?

The Brazil Código COMPE (Code for the System of Monetary Transactions and Clearing of Other Papers) or bank number is a three digits numeric unique code that helps to identify a particular bank or financial institution.

This Numero do Banco or Código COMPE helps to identify which bank holds a specific account.


What is Brazil ISPB Code?

TThe ISPB Code (Identificador do Sistema de Pagamento Brasileiro / Brazilian Payment System Identifier) used to identify banks through the reserve transfer system of the Central Bank of Brazil.

ISPB is an eight digits numeric code & this code used in the same way as the shorter bank code, to guide payments to the right recipient account such as clearing of Brazilian bank cheques, TED (Available Electronic Transfer) and DOC ( Credit Order Document) payments.