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What's the official Swift Code of BDO (Banco de Oro)?

If you're into an online banking transaction such as money wire transfer, you're most likely required to enter the Swift Code of a bank. And if you're using your BDO ATM card to receive or send money online, you need to know the swift code of BDO. Swift code is also known as the Bank Identification Code (BIC).

What's the official Swift Code or Bank Identification Code of BDO?

According to BDO Customer Service, the official swift code of BDO is BNORPHMM.

It applies to all BDO branches. It means BNORPHMM is the swift code (Bank Identification code) of all BDO branches.


About SWIFT Code

SWIFT is an organization. It stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication. Their job is to assign swift codes to financial and non-financial institutions. The swift codes are used when transferring money between banks. They're also use for communication between banks.

Can you tell us what type of transaction in which you need to enter BDO swift code?
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3 arnel baste villacin   (28 November 2016 4:59 PM)
may i know which bdo swift code shall i use,is it BNORPHMM or BNORPHMMXXX? please advise.

thanks
Engr. arnel baste villacin
BDO Customer

1 Elmer Rapsing   (26 September 2016 12:09 PM)
Greetings..I am adding my beneficiary to my bank account in Saudi Holandi Bank, Saudi Arabia. I just want to know the SWIFT CODE for Banco De Oro, SM Fairview Branch, Novaliches, Quezon City. Please reply.
Thank you.

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2 admin   (29 September 2016 8:53 PM)
It's BNORPHMM.