Nicaragua Bank Swift Code and BIC Code


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Id Bank City Swift Code
1 BANCO CENTRAL DE NICARAGUA MANAGUA BCNINIMA
2 BANCO CENTROAMERICANO DE INTEGR MANAGUA BCIENIM1
3 BANCO CORPORATIVO, S. A. MANAGUA BOFPNIMA
4 BANCO DE AMERICA CENTRAL MANAGUA BAMCNIMA
5 BANCO DE CENTRO AMERICA MANAGUA BCEANIM1
6 BANCO DE CREDITO POPULAR MANAGUA CRPONIM1
7 BANCO DE EXPORTACION MANAGUA EXPTNIM1
8 BANCO DE FINANZAS, S.A.(BDF) MANAGUA BBDFNIMA
9 BANCO DE LA PRODUCCION S.A. MANAGUA BAPRNIMA
10 BANCO DE LA VIVIENDA DE NICARAG MANAGUA BVISNIM1
11 BANCO DE PRESTAMOS MANAGUA BPRENIM1
12 BANCO EUROPEO DE CENTRO AMERICA MANAGUA BEUCNIM1
13 BANCO FICOHSA NICARAGUA S.A. MANAGUA BUNONIMA
14 BANCO LAFISE BANCENTRO, S.A. MANAGUA BCCENIMA
15 BANCO MERCANTIL MANAGUA BMRCNIM1
16 BANCO NACIONAL DE DESARROLLO MANAGUA BNDENIM1
17 BANCO PROCREDIT NICARAGUA MANAGUA PRCBNIMA
18 BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO CENTRA MANAGUA BATSNIM1
19 CENTRAL NICARAGUEENSE DE VALORE MANAGUA CNVCNIM1
20 CITIBANK N.A. MANAGUA CITINIM1

What is Nicaragua SWIFT Code?

SWIFT code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and serves as a unique identifier for a bank or financial institution.
These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. On top of that, the code is used to transmit messages between financial institutions and banks in the Nicaragua.

The SWIFT code can be either 8 or 11 characters long and 8 digits code refers to the primary office. The format of SWIFT Code is as follows;

AAAA NI CC DDD


Nicaragua, officially the Republic of Nicaragua, is the largest country in the Central American isthmus, bordered by Honduras to the northwest, the Caribbean to the east, Costa Rica to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest. Managua is the country's capital and largest city and is also the third-largest city in Central America, behind Tegucigalpa and Guatemala City. The multi-ethnic population of six million includes people of indigenous, European, African, and Asian heritage. The main language is Spanish. Indigenous tribes on the Mosquito Coast speak their own languages and English.

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