An IBAN is used in some countries to uniquely identify a customer’s bank account. The IBAN consists of an alphabetical country code, followed by two digits, and then up to thirty five characters for the bank account number. For payments being sent from Australia to an IBAN mandatory country, an IBAN must be included.

For those not listed, the IBAN may be optional or not required (for example the USA).

An IBAN is required for the following countries:

Country Number of Characters Examples of an IBAN (Do not include space or hyphens)
Austria 20 AT611904300234573201
Belgium 16 BE68539007547034
Bosnia & Herzegovina 20 BA391290079401028494
Bulgaria 22 BG80BNBG96611020345678
Croatia 21 HR1210010051863000160
Cyprus 28 CY17002001280000001200527600
Czech Republic 24 CZ6508000000192000145399
Denmark 18 DK5000400440116243
Estonia 20 EE382200221020145685
Finland 18 FI2112345600000785
France 27 FR1420041010050500013M02606
Germany 22 DE89370400440532013000
Greece 27 GR1601101250000000012300695
Hungary 28 HU42117730161111101800000000
Ireland 22 IE29AIBK93115212345678
Italy 27 IT60X0542811101000000123456
Luxembourg 20 LU280019400644750000
Macedonia 19 MK07300000000042425
Malta 31 MT84MALT011000012345MTLCAST001S
Mauritius 30 MU56BOMM0101123456789101000000
Netherlands 18 NL91ABNA0417164300
Norway 15 NO9386011117947
Poland 28 PL27114020040000300201355387
Portugal 25 PT50000201231234567890154
Saudi Arabia 24 SA0380000000608010167519
Serbia & Montenegro 22 CS73260005601001611379
Slovak Republic 24 SK3112000000198742637541
Slovenia 19 SI56191000000123438
Spain 24 ES8023100001180000012345
Sweden 24 SE3550000000054910000003
Switzerland 21 CH3900700115201849173
Turkey 26 TR330006100519786457841326
Israel 23 IL620108000000099999999
Pakistan 24 PK36SCBL0000001123456702

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