Ae you looking for universal branch codes for South African Banks? Whatever bank that you are banking with, you have come to the right place.
When it comes to internet banking or telephone banking, you are bound to need bank branch codes. If you cannot the branch codes off by heart, here are the branch codes for all the bnaks in South Africa. Make sure you save this page for future references.
South Africa Bank’s Universal Branch Codes
|First National Bank / FNB Branch Code||250655|
|ABSA Branch Code||632005|
|Standard Bank Branch Code||051001|
|Nedbank Branch Code||198765|
|African Bank Branch Code||430000|
|Bidvest Bank Branch Code||462005|
|Investec Branch Code||580105|
|Tyme Bank Branch Code||678910|
|Capitec Branch Code||470010|
|SA Post Bank Branch Code||460005|
|Bank of Athens Branch Code||410506|
|Sasfin Bank Limited Branch Code||683000|
|RMB Private Bank Branch Code||222026|
|Old Mutual Branch Code||462005|
|Mercantile Bank Limited Branch Code||450905|
|HSBC Bank Branch Code||587000|
Banks and Branch Codes
Just in case you weren’t sure, branch codes exist as a way to idntify where the bank is located, so every single bank in South Africa would be assigned this number to identify it’s location.
Banks and Universal Branch Codes
A universal code is a code that separates the different banks from each other (i.e Absa, FNB etc). This code can be used for all of FNB’s transactions, regardless of the location of that particular bankl or where the bank account is held.
And it’s the same for all the other banks like Absa, or Nedbank or any one of them.
When Should You Use A Universal Branch Code?
You can use the universal code of the bank that you are transacting on, for any transaction that you are trying to do.
It will be the same code for anything that you are trying to do for that bank, regardless of where the bank is.
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