How do I find my BSB code?
BSB numbers can be found in a variety of ways. If you bank in Australia, simply sign into your online banking portal to find the BSB code of your branch. If you need to transfer money to a bank in Australia, BSB numbers can generally be found on the bank’s website, often included with a branch locator.
Which bank does this BSB belong to?
Bank State Branch
A Bank State Branch (often referred to as “BSB”) is the name used in Australia for a bank code, which is a branch identifier….List of Australian bank codes.
|03 or 73||WBC||Westpac|
|06 or 76||CBA||Commonwealth Bank|
|08 or 78||NAB||National Australia Bank|
What’s ANZ BSB number?
You can find your BSB and account number several ways: By logging into ANZ Internet banking. Your BSB and account number will be displayed on the home page. The first 6 digits are your BSB number (if applicable) followed by your 9-digit account number.
What is the BSB for Commonwealth Bank of Australia?
BSB Number for Commonwealth Bank
Is BSB the first 6 numbers?
The first six digits make up your BSB (like 306-089) and the next seven digits make up your account number (like 0001234). If you know the store your account was opened at, you can also search for that store’s BSB number.
Is Iban same as BSB?
Australian banks don’t use IBANs. Foreign Currency Accounts don’t require a BSB. If the sender requests one the BSB 082-039 can be used.
What is the swift code for ANZ Bank Australia?
ANZ Australia’s SWIFT/BIC code is ANZBAU3M.
What is BSB No?
A BSB number, otherwise known as Bank State Branch number, is a 6-digit number that distinguishes banks and branches across Australia. Essentially, it is a bank branch identifier that is used by Australian banks to identify an account’s bank branch. It’s used with a bank account number to send money to a recipient.