New Zealand Bank BSB / Clearing Code



New Zealand Bank BSB / Clearing Code

In New Zeland BSB / Clearing Code is a six digits numerical code used to identify individual branch of a Bank / Financial institution.

The first 2 digits indicate the bank and remaining 4 digits indicating the branch. All digits, along with the seven-digit account number and two or three digit suffix, are required for all wire transfers regardless of whether the transfer in intra-bank or interbank.

In New Zealand, Bank Codes are coordinated by Payments NZ who administer the Bulk Electronic Clearing System (BECS)


Format



Bank Account Number is like AA BBBB CCCCCCC DD(D):

  • AA = Two digits Bank Number
  • BBBB = Four digits Branch Number
  • CCCCCCC = Seven digits Account Number
  • DD(D) = Tow / Three digits Account Suffix
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