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What's the official Swift Code of LandBank?

In a money transfer from country-to-country, some banks, financial institutions, or online merchants requires you to provide the SWIFT CODE of the local bank here in the Philippines where you're going to send the money to.

If you're transferring money to LandBank here in Philippines, you need to enter the official swift code of LandBank as required by your online merchant or financial institution.

Note: Swift code is also known as the Bank Identification Code (BIC).

What's the official Swift Code or Bank Identification Code (BIC) of LandBank?

The official swift code of LandBank is TLBPPHMM.

LandBank Swift Code

You might asked, "What if my LandBank bank account is in Cebu, or in Iloilo or Davao? Can I use that swift code in LandBank branches of those areas?"

Yes. The swift code above applies to all LandBank branches in the Philippines. It means, you can use that swift code no matter what LandBank branches you're in.

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.

Through swift codes, the money transfer transaction can be traced. The details of the money transfer that can be traced includes the account number, country and name of the bank of the source and recipient.

Do you have any problem in using the LandBank swift code listed above?

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