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-    1 Branches
ANTRIM    1 Branches
ARMAGH    2 Branches
BALLYCASTLE    1 Branches
BALLYCLARE    1 Branches
BALLYMENA    5 Branches
BALLYMONEY    1 Branches
BALLYNAHINCH    2 Branches
BANBRIDGE    3 Branches
BANGOR    3 Branches
BELFAST    251 Branches
COLERAINE    7 Branches
COOKSTOWN    1 Branches
CRAIGAVON    3 Branches
DOWNPATRICK    4 Branches
DUNGANNON    3 Branches
ENNISKILLEN    4 Branches
FIVEMILETOWN    1 Branches
HILLSBOROUGH    1 Branches
LARNE    1 Branches
LIMAVADY    2 Branches
LISBURN    2 Branches
LONDON    2 Branches
LONDONDERRY    2 Branches
MAGHERAFELT    2 Branches
NEWRY    4 Branches
NEWTOWNABBEY    5 Branches
NEWTOWNARDS    7 Branches
OMAGH    3 Branches
PORTADOWN    2 Branches
STRABANE    3 Branches

Format of Northern Bank Limited Ta Danske Bank Sort Code

Northern Bank Limited Ta Danske Bank or any banks in UK Sort code is a six-digit number, is usually formatted as three pairs of numbers, for example 12-34-56.

The Structure is-







Identify Bank

Branch Location

  • 95 - First two digits is bank code. Any Northern Bank Limited Ta Danske Bank Sort Code start with 95.

  • XXXX - Next four digits is an unique identifier number that specifies the particular bank branch location.

  • * In some cases the first digit of the UK sort code identifies the bank itself.

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    General Information About UK Bank Sort Code

    What is UK Bank Sort Code?

    A UK SORT Code is a six-digit numerical code, which is used to identify the particular UK bank branch location of the bank where the account is held. The allocation of sort codes is managed by Bacs Payment Schemes Limited (BACS). UK Sort codes are encoded into International Bank Account Number (IBAN), but are not encoded into Business Identifier Codes (BIC).

    Structure of the UK Sort Code

    UK Sort Code is a six digits unique code & this code is formatted into three pairs which are separated by hyphens, as an example: 12-34-56. The first 3 digits is bank code & last 4 digits is an unique identifier number for the particular bank or financial institution branch. This code identifies both the bank / financial institution (in the first two digits or in some cases in the first digit) and the branch where the account is held.

    Example: Breakdown of UK Sort Code








    Identify Bank

    Branch Location

    Where are UK Sort Codes used?

    UK Sort Code is used to recognise where a payment originates & confirm it is being sent to a valid bank/financial institution and verify that institution can accept the payment type. The sort code is also used to route the payment to the correct organisation and identify who will settle the payment. It is therefore essential to the functioning of the payment systems.